NUTRILITE® CLA 500 can help you get the maximum return on your workout investment.
- Helps reduce body fat.
° NUTRILITE CLA 500 contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), which is an essential fatty acid from vegetable sources like safflower oil, and has been shown to support lean muscle retention.
- Supports lean muscle retention.
° May help increase lean muscle tissue if taken in conjunction with a regular strength-training routine.
- Supports your results from diet and exercise.
° Because it helps reduce body fat and supports lean muscle retention, NUTRILITE CLA 500 can be a big boost for anyone trying to get into shape.
NUTRILITE® CLA 500 is derived from 100% natural safflower oil.
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) is a fatty acid that occurs naturally in small quantities in meat and dairy products.
- When combined with a reduced-calorie diet and moderate physical activity, NUTRILITE CLA 500 may play a role in reducing body fat and supporting lean muscle retention.
Children under 12 years of age, pregnant women or nursing mothers, or anyone with a medical condition should consult with a physician before using this product. Keep out of reach of children.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I take CLA 500, do I still need to exercise?
Yes. Exercise is important for healthy weight loss and weight maintenance. An ideal exercise program should include aerobic exercise, resistance training, and flexibility training. Aerobic exercise, such as walking, running, biking, or swimming, helps burn calories and improves overall fitness. Resistance training, using free weights, resistance bands, or weight machines, helps build strength and tone muscles. Flexibility training helps increase your range of motion, relieve tight muscles, and prevent injury.
How long should I keep taking CLA 500?
You may take it, as directed on the label, for as long as you like.
What's the difference between CLA from safflower oil and CLA from sunflower oil?
CLA from safflower oil is identical to CLA from sunflower oil. The main benefit of safflower oil is that, gram for gram, it provides a richer source, which allows us to deliver a more concentrated form in a smaller capsule.
How is CLA different from Omega-3 fatty acids?
CLA belongs to the Omega-6 family of fatty acids, not the Omega-3 family. They have a different chemical structure. Omega-6 fatty acids are typically found in sunflower, safflower, and other plant oils, while Omega-3 fatty acids are typically found in fish. Each family of fatty acids can produce biologically active compounds that affect circulatory health, heart rate, fat metabolism, and immune function. However, the types of compounds they each can form affect the body differently.
What is the difference between the CLA product and chromium picolinate?
Chromium picolinate is a source of the trace mineral chromium. It's an ideal complement to CLA, because it is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
2 softgels, 3 times a day, preferably with meals.
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