A lot of people have been talking about Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) recently. They commonly ask questions about it, although having no idea what it does how it does it, where it comes from and how much should be taken.
This material is intended to clarify the most important facts about the conjugated linoleic acid-CLA.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid, or CLA, is a mixture of fatty acids that have the general structure of linoleic acid where the double bonds exist two carbons away from each other. They are all polyunsaturated fatty acids, and some may be trans fatty acids.
CLA has been claimed to be a fat burner and health promoting agent due to its effect on a molecular signalling receptor family related to fat burning, inflammation, and lipid metabolism.
The causes of occurrence of this new substance are the studies done by Michael Parisa from the University of Wisconsin-Madison on the carcinogenic effects of different fats.
The initial experiments on laboratory animals (mice and rats), that were on an experimental diet with CLA exclusively, have found, after the dissection, that that there is a significant increase in muscle tissue and a decrease in fat.
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