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Can CLA Help You Lose Belly Fat?
Three new published research studies reveal that losing weight and reducing bodyfat, especially around the waist, could be as easy as taking a daily CLA supplement... and now combined with a new weight-loss blend, suggest it may make the weight loss easier and more profound.
Study #1: the US study set out to investigate conjugated linoleic acid (CLA, naturally derived from safflower oil) and included 40 overweight adults. For the duration of the study, participants took either CLA or a placebo (a pill that contains no active ingredients). During this time, the participants were asked not to change their diets. The researchers found those taking CLA lost significantly more bodyfat and weight than those taking the placebo. That's not all. During November and December (the US holiday season), those participants in the study taking the placebo gained more weight than those taking CLA.
Study #2: More recently, at the Experimental Biology medical conference, scientists presented a fascinating study in which another group was supplemented with CLA or CLA plus guarana. After only 6 weeks, both groups showed a substantial reduction in fat mass. In the CLA-only group, the decrease in fat mass was due to a reduction in fat-cell size, without a change in fat-cell number. In the CLA plus guarana group, both fat-cell size and number were reduced by 50% over the CLA-only group. (FASEB 2002).
Study #3: A study recently published in the International Journal of Obesity concluded that CLA reduces abdominal fat among men classified as abdominally obese. This double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial observed 25 men with significant abdominal fat for four weeks. At the conclusion of the study, the participants taking CLA lost an average of 1.4 cm in waist circumference (abdominal diameter) after only four weeks. What's interesting is that none of the study participants changed their eating or exercise habits during the trial period.
Start today, and although the results may vary, you could experience similar results to those test subjects in the most recent clinical studies, such as: