Conjugated Linoleic acid (CLA)
CLA is a type of “unsaturated fatty acid” and is found in beef, lamb, and dairy products, etc. The amount of CLA varies depending on animal breed, product processing, and animal feeding conditions, and the amount in dairy products. It is said that the standard daily intake of CLA is about 1,000 – 2,000mg, but the amount of CLA taken from the diet on a daily basis is much smaller, and it is insufficient to obtain physiological effects.
CLA is a multifunctional health ingredient on body fat, blood cholesterol, immune systems.
Common claims include:
- Burn and reduce body fats
- Modify body compositions
- Anti-cancer effect
- Reduce blood cholesterol
- Control blood glucose levels
Our CLA are prepared from safflower oil, which has the highest concentration of linoleic acid.
CLA Triglyceride Powder 60％ CLA Triglyceride Oil 80% Appearance White or off-white free-flowing powder A clear bright and light yellow oil CLA TG Minimum 540mg/g 78.0-84.0% Particle size 95% through 40 mesh Bulk density 0.35-0.6g/ml Loss on drying Maximum4.0% lead Maximum 1.0ppm Maximum 0.2ppm Arsenic Maximum 1.0ppm Maximum 0.2ppm Cadmium Maximum 1.0ppm Maximum 0.2ppm Mercury Maximum 0.2ppm Maximum 0.1ppm Total Plate Count Maximum 1000CFU/g Yeasts & Molds Maximum 100CFU/g Coliform Negative/10g E. coli Negative/g Salmonella Negative/25g Staphylococcus Aureus Negative/g
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