Add Muscle & Lose Fat

You drink milk, eat cheese and the occasional steak. All of these foods contain conjugated linolenic acid (CLA) which has been shown to help build muscle while reducing fat. The thing is, when the fat's removed from milk to make it skim, CLA is removed along with it. And because cows no longer graze in open pastures, the level of CLA available through beef has dropped dramatically over the years.

One solution is CLA supplementation. With its recent FDA-approved GRAS (generally recognized as safe) status as a food and drink ingredient, you're likely to see a number of new CLA-enriched products appear on grocery shelves. Of course, you always have ON's CLA softgels.

The Bigger Picture: Scientists believe that CLA can assist with body fat reduction, muscle mass gains and, in the process, provide anti-aging support to a nation of Baby Boomers. After the age of 50, people typical lose around half a pound of lean body mass while gaining a pound of fat. Used in conjunction with a sensible diet and regular exercise, CLA can play a role in reversing that trend.
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himanshu pandey
Sep 02, 2008
how i can get this product? and what is the procedure to take it?