May help support a modest reduction in fat mass when used with a program of reduced intake of dietary calories and increased physical activity.
the key word is MAY.
Don't expect magic results, but it's probably not the worst thing you can consume
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I would consider CLA to be a healthy fat and inclusion in one's diet. I think, as with every healthy change, outward visible results aren't always apparent. Ex: I do not see calcium making my bones stronger.
I've read a lot of positive information about CLA tonalin and bought myself a pack from the bluebonnet brand. Has anyone tried it before? Is it really helpful at maintaining/developing more muscles? Any feedback would be highly appreciated!
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