Supplementation with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) prevented
age-related bone loss in mice, says a new study that could offer a
dietary therapy for protecting against the ever-growing threat of
Supplementation with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) could prevent
weight and fat gain at times of the year when people are most
susceptible, as well as during the natural ageing process, says a
new study supported by Cognis.
Netherlands-based Lipid Nutrition has introduced a 95 per cent
concentration of its Clarinol brand conjugated linoleic acid (CLA),
said to be the highest form of CLA available to the nutraceutical
Dutch firm Loders Croklaan Lipid Nutrition is the first company to
demonstrate the safety of its conjugated linoleic acid, a fatty
acid hailed as the next big weight loss ingredient, writes
Canadian researchers are working to develop milk that contains
higher levels of a "good fat" that they say could fight cancer and
heart disease. Recent studies suggest that CLA - conjugated
linoleic acid - could have major...
A new EU-funded project will focus on the effect of Conjugated
linoleic acids (CLA) on overweight reduction. The overall objective
of the new study is to develop a CLA containing food, designed to
reduce overweight and the negative...