MRM CLA 1250 180 Softgels

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  • MRM CLA 1250

  • Expires 09/2021
  • SUPPORTS METABOLIC RATE*
  • SUPPORTS IMMUNE FUNCTION*
  • OFFERS POWERFUL CARDIOVASCULAR SUPPORT*
MRM's Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) contains 1000mg of active cla per softgel. CLA is a naturally occurring free fatty acid commonly concentrated in both grass-fed meat and dairy products

To gain benefit from naturally occurring CLA, a gross consumption of both meat and dairy would be required - with the potential side effects being elevated cholesterol and compromised cardiovascular system, as well as the addition of unnecessary fats and calories to the diet.*

MRM's CLA 1250 is derived solely from safflower seed oil, to allow for precise CLA intake, and appropriate supplementation without the calories.

Make MRM's CLA part of your healthy lifestyle of regular exercise and a balanced diet to help achieve your goals.

To gain benefit from naturally occurring CLA, a gross consumption of both meat and dairy would be required - with the potential side effects being elevated cholesterol and compromised cardiovascular system, as well as the addition of unnecessary fats and calories to the diet.

CLA AND MUSCLE

CLA has been suggested to counteract catabolism by reducing its negative effects - post-workout - or when the diet is deficient of calories.* With a marked decrease in fat accumulation, studies also suggest an increase in protein accumulation, depending upon the type of food consumed.* A high protein, medium fat, low carbohydrate diet is advised to accompany the supplementation of CLA.*

CLA: IMMUNE & CARDIO HEALTH

CLA has antioxidant benefits.* It also supports the production of key immune system cells.*

CLA plays a key cardiovascular role in supporting healthy blood vessels.* With regular CLA supplementation, researchers have found higher concentrations within the heart muscle.* This concentrated abundance is thought to be the mechanism that improves the efficiency of fat transport and metabolism in cardiac mitochondria, both of which may result in supporting a healthy heart.*