REMOVE STUBBORN BELLY FAT
Pharma CLA is an essential fatty acid that cannot be made by the body and is important for good health.* We get small amounts of it from the food we eat, but good sources are limited. Research has shown CLA to be beneficial in supporting a healthy body weight and promoting lean muscle mass, with even greater improvements in individuals who combine exercise with regular CLA intake.* One benefit in particular is that it helps to remove visceral fat around the mid section, which is a big contributor of heart disease.* The typical dosage used in clinical studies is 3-6 grams per day.
WHAT CAN PHARMA CLA FIGHT?
- HEART DISEASE*
- HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE*
- HIGH CHOLESTEROL*
- HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE*
- INCREASES METABOLIC RATE*
- DECREASES VISCERAL FAT AROUND THE GUT*
- PROMOTES MUSCLE GROWTH*
- STRENGTHENS IMMUNE SYSTEM*
- LOWERS CHOLESTEROL*
- LOWERS INSULIN RESISTANCE*
Recommended Use: Take one softgel 3-4 times daily.
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