Vitamin Supplement
 

Conjugated Linoleic Acid Side Effects

 

 

What is Conjugated Linoleic Acid ?  Conjugated Linoleic Acid side effects has a chemical resemblance to linoleic acid and a number of health benefits which include possible enhancement of immunity, as well as potential protection from cancer and heart disease. 

 

Naturally, like any substance, Conjugated Linoleic Acid side effects also present. 

 

Conjugated linoleic acid  side effects works by stimulating growth of muscle tissue while promoting fat loss. 

 

Conjugated Linoleic Acid Sources: conjugated linoleic acid sides effects image

 

Meats have small amounts while dairy products have slightly larger concentrations. The big problems with Conjugated Linoleic Acid is the fact that foods that formerly contained substantial amounts do not contain enough of the nutrient to make them acceptable sources. 

 

In fact, since the 1960s, the CLA content of meat and dairy products has declined dramatically. 

 

 

 Dosage, Conjugated Linoleic Acid side effects: 

 

 

  •  Dosage Range The appropriate dosage range for humans is unknown. Recommendations on available CLA supplement products seems to be in the range of two to four grams daily. 

 

  •  Most Common Dosage The most common dosage cannot be determined at this time. 

 

  •  Dosage Forms Gelatin capsules 

 

  •  Benefits of conjugated linoleic acid side effects Study and Research: 

 

  •  It acts in the body as an antioxidant. 

 

  •  Conjugated linoleic acid  side effects helps the body fight skin, colorectal, breast, lung and prostrate cancers. 

 

  •  Latest research show that conjugated linoleic acid has potential ability to help stabilize blood sugar levels which makes CLA a good supplement in preventing and treating diabetes. 

 

  •  Studies suggest that it has the ability to help for lowering cholesterol levels .In fact ,it reduces harmful cholesterol levels while leaving levels of HDL "good cholesterol" intact. 

 

  •  It helps reducing the risk of atherosclerosis. 

 

  •  conjugated linoleic acid side effects also plays a role in the reduction of body fat and treating obesity. 

 

What do we recommend? 

 

  •  Doctor's Trust Tonalin CLA, 120 softgel, 1000 mg . 

 

  • TONALINĀ® with CLA 1000 mg. Softgels  from Puritan Pride. 

 

 

 

  •  conjugated linoleic acid side effects: 

 

  •  This supplement is considered safe. 

 

  •  Pregnancy/Breast-Feeding : Medical literature has not reported any adverse effects related to fetal development during pregnancy or to infants who are breast-fed. 

 

Health Conditions related to Conjugated Linoleic Acid side effects: 

 

 Obesity 

  •  Weight Loss 

 

Drugs/Nutrients Interactions: 

 

  •  Orlistat 
  •  Olestra 
  •  Bile acid sequestrants 
  •  Mineral oil 
  • Chitosan 
  • Lipase inhibitor supplements 
  •  Vitamin A