CLA CORE SUMMARY:
MusclePharm CLA Core is a naturally-occurring fatty acid found in meat, dairy, and safflower oil. MusclePharm CLA Core is the highest quality, purity- and potency-conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) available. It’s formulated to fit the fat-reducing, lean-muscle maintenance needs of an individual.
CLA CORE BENEFITS:
- Helps reduce fat without reducing muscle
- Supports weight loss
- Supports a healthy cholesterol level already within normal range
- Promotes a healthy metabolism
- Supports loss of body fat
- Supports a healthy appetite level
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM TAKING CLA CORE:
Individuals who want a fat burner supplement that contains a combination of high-quality, research suggested ingredients designed to suppress hunger and increase the metabolism naturally.
KEY INGREDIENTS/PROPRIETARY BLENDS FOUND IN CLA CORE:
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA):
CLA may support weight loss and promote a healthy metabolism.[1,2]
Virgin olive oil:
Virgin olive oil may support a healthy appetite level and healthy blood sugar levels already in normal range.[3,4]
Avocado oil is a potent antioxidant and promotes healthy skin collagen levels.
As a dietary supplement, consume 1-2 CLA Core softgels with morning, noon, and evening meals or use as directed by a physician or licensed nutritionist.
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