CLA reduced abdominal adipose tissue in the metabolic syndrome – (09-02-01)By James Bogash
CLA reduced abdominal adipose tissue in the metabolic syndrome
Remember that CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) has a PPAR-gamma ligand effect, much like the new hotshot diabetes drugs (without the potential hepatic toxicity…). This study strongly supports the idea the CLA is another tool for the management of insulin resistance.
International Journal of Obesity abstract
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