Ingredient Overview: Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) Posted on April 11, 2016 by , 0 comments
Our weekly blog series continues with profiles of each ingredient found in Body Regime™. This week we are discussing thermogenesis and how Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) can help support this important fat burning process.*
What is thermogenesis?
Thermogenesis is the production of heat in the body. This process occurs in all warm-blooded organisms, as well as a small number of plant species. Thermogenesis can be started through exercise or diet. The process causes the body to increase its use of energy and promote fat oxidation.*
Conjugated Linoleic Acid is part of a family of 28 isomers found in meat and dairy products. CLA is marketed as a supplement and primarily used to support and promote a healthy weight management. Early research suggests that CLA may help promote the natural thermogenesis process in the body as well as help maintain a balanced appetite.*
Many weight management formulas focus on thermogenesis only. This is an incomplete approach to a goal that involves multiple body systems. Supporting healthy thermogenesis is successful, but it can be hindered if the individual has a core challenge with perceived appetite or overall energy. How can you truly promote thermogenesis if you don’t feel you have the energy to exercise? How do you make consistently good lifestyle choices if your overall mood is not optimal?*
Body Regime™ views CLA as an important piece in a much larger puzzle. We incorporate CLA into a complex whole health weight management formula. Yes, this includes ingredients that help support the body’s natural thermogenesis process, and it also provides other ingredients that help promote balanced appetite, as well as healthy mood and energy levels. When combined with other key ingredients that support appetite and mood, weight management goals are better respected and supported.*
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