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Infinite One Series: Clarinol CLA

Clarinol CLA, Infinite_One_Series
CLA is a commercially available weight loss supplement that has been associated with a reduction in muscle glycogen breakdown, improved endurance capacity, reduced body mass and a decreases in muscle damage and inflammatory responses.

Infinite One Series: Clarinol CLA

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a naturally occurring fatty acid that is found in beef (beef and lamb) and dairy products (milk and cheese). The CLA isomer that is involved in the body fat-lowering effect and active in lipid metabolism is the trans-10, cis-12 isomer, whereas > 90% of the total CLA intake from food in humans is accounted for by the cis-9, trans-11 isomer. CLA is a commercially available weight loss supplement that has been associated with a reduction in muscle glycogen breakdown, improved endurance capacity, reduced body mass and a decreases in muscle damage and inflammatory responses. It has been reported that CLA has anti-obesity potentials, such as reducing lipogenesis and food intake, and increasing energy expenditure, lipolysis, and fat oxidation.

Clarinol® is a patented version of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid), a component extracted from natural safflower oil that supports the fat burning process by targeting adipose tissue.*

Clarinol CLA, Infinite_One_Series
There have been eight clinical trials that have shown positive reductions in body fat with CLA supplementation.

Studies in both men and women that supplemented with CLA along with a standardized physical exercise protocol have shown effective in improving endurance performance and body composition. There have been eight clinical trials that have shown positive reductions in body fat with CLA supplementation. Although there are many suspected mechanisms for fat loss with CLA, it seems the main reason is that CLA inhibits the activity of the enzyme lipoprotein lipase (LPL). This enzyme transfers fats from the bloodstream to the fat cells. As a result of the decreased enzyme activity, the transport of fat into fat cells is blocked.

At the same time, CLA also stimulates the breakdown of stored body fat (lipolysis); additional studies have shown that CLA increases the disintegration of cells (apoptosis), resulting in a decreased number of existing fat cells. A 2007 study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison confirmed that CLA supplementation increased calorie and fat burning during the night by almost 15% as compared to the control group. Over time, the small increase in fat burning that occurs during sleep can lead to a significant loss of body fat.

Clarinol® is a patented version of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid), a component extracted from natural safflower oil that supports the fat burning process by targeting adipose tissue.*

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