November 14, 2007
LAS VEGASProminent CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) researcher at University of Wisconsin, Leah Whigham, PhD, shared compelling evidence from a recent meta-analysis to further support the well-known, body-toning benefits of Tonalin CLA (Tonalin.com). During her seminar at SupplySide West, Dr. Whigham summarized 18 randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled CLA trials of which 15 were conducted with Tonalin CLA. This meta-analysis suggests that CLA may be effective in combating the small, gradual weight gains that build over time and contribute to health problems down the road, Dr. Whigham explained. When the body of evidence is considered as a whole, CLA does have a beneficial effect on human body composition.
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