CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid), 1000 mg, 90 softgels, 250 ml bottle

CLA – Conjugated Linoleic Acid – 1000 mg

Food supplement

Ingredients: Conjugated Linoleic Acid 80% CLA, capsule shell: gelatine, glycerol (substance sustaining humidity), water

Nutrients per serving (3 capsules): active isomers CLA 2400 mg, not specified NRV (NRV – Nutrient Reference Value for adults)

Bottle contains 90 capsules: 30 daily portions

Recommended daily intake: 3 capsules per day with a meal. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.

Safety precautions: Do not use in case of hypersensitivity. The product must not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Storing conditions: Store in a cool and dry place out of the reach of children

Capsule does not contain: sugar, iodine, casein,
lactose, alcohol, gluten, salt,
starch, wheat, corn, dairy, preservatives, or dyes, magnesium stearate, or similar chemical compounds, allergens, GMO products, Novel Food.
Odourless capsules.
Capsules and their content were not subject to irradiation. Neither the product, nor any of its ingredients contain forbidden substances.

CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) is ranked among unsaturated fatty acids Omega-6. It is one of the fatty acids produced by animals. It naturally appears in beef, milk and dairy products, in mutton, sheep milk and its products (they have the highest concentration of CLA, but are less accessible). Relatively high concentrations of CLA are observed in fermented dairy products as well. Human milk does not contain CLA; therefore, we can only obtain it from food.

An average intake of CLA in the diet is 0,4 -1,4 g/per day – much less than the suggested dose which has a positive impact on our health, i.e. approximately 3 g/per day.

CLA plays an important role in many metabolic processes in cells. In our food, especially in highly-processed food, there is less and less of this substance. Conjugated Linoleic Acid has an influence on the reduction of body mass, shows an ability to reduce fat tissue, and regulates metabolic rate. It reduces fat deposition and increases its usage as energy. It stimulates the transport of fatty acids to mitochondria ,where they are burnt up. CLA is a very strong antioxidant, with 100 times higher anti-oxidative activity than vitamin E, thus helping to minimize the formation of free radicals and delaying the ageing process. It improves bone mineralization and normalizes the glucose level in the blood.


  • Helps to fight obesity and reduces fatty tissue
  • Contributes to building muscle mass
  • Has anti-cancer effect thanks to anti-oxidative properties
  • Lowers cholesterol level
  • Increases muscle mass
  • Improves the immune system
  • Increases insulin sensitivity
  • Can have an impact on suppressing arteriosclerosis.

Possible side effects in case of exceeding the recommended doses:

  • taking higher doses with supplements can cause cardiovascular disease
  • should not be taken by people with low blood coagulability because it decreases coagulability
  • it is necessary to go off CLA for 2 weeks prior to a planned surgical procedure
  • high doses of CLA can result in fatty liver
  • supplementation can sometimes cause nausea, diarrhoea, and other intestinal discomfort
  • pregnant women should not supplement conjugated linoleic acid without consulting a doctor.