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What is a good, animal based CLA supplement?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created November 11, 2010 at 4:48 PM

I'm trying to find a CLA supplement that is based on vaccenic or rumenic acid, the more beneficial forms of CLA. This would be in contrast to all of the CLA supplements I've found, which come from some soy extract.

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 08:08 PM

Tonalin is the CLA from plant oils. I'm looking for pure vaccenic acid or rumenic acid. The research has shown that THESE CLA's, which have the cis-9, trans-11 isomer, are highly beneficial, whereas the trans-10, cis-12 (t10c12) isomer is linked to many adverse effects. This is the one as well that is found in large amounts in plant-derived CLA, so I'm looking for an animal based supplement.

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 08:00 PM

Tonalin is the CLA from soy. I'm looking for pure vaccenic acid or rumenic acid. The research has shown that THESE CLA's, which have the cis-9, trans-11 isomer, are highly beneficial, whereas the trans-10, cis-12 (t10c12) isomer is linked to many adverse effects. This is the one as well that is found in large amounts in plant-derived CLA, so I'm looking for an animal based supplement.

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 07:58 PM

Tonalin is the CLA from soy. I'm looking for pure vaccenic acid or rumenic acid. The research has shown that THESE CLA's, which have the cis-9, trans-11 isomer, are highly beneficial, whereas the trans-10, cis-12 (t10c12) isomer is linked to many adverse effects. This is the one as well that is found in large amounts in soy-derived CLA, so I'm looking for an animal based supplement.

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 07:56 PM

Yeah, I don't have the money to buy grass-fed beef. I'd like it if people would just answer if they have an answer to the question rather than.

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 07:54 PM

Price, I don't have the money for grass-fed beef, so I go with free-range poultry, etc.

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on November 11, 2010
at 04:54 PM

Is there a reason you want this over steak?

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Cf5c9ba3c06cf300ae23c52778dfd317

on November 11, 2010
at 05:22 PM

Pastured (100% grass-fed) beef and butter will give you lot's of CLA, as well as other good stuff.

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on November 11, 2010
at 05:25 PM

Grass fed lean beef has one of the highest concentrations of CLA. Eggs do as well. Have you thought about adding a CLA/Tonalin supplement to your regimen? Overweight individuals have to be careful with CLA as it has been shown to cause insulin resistance and increased cancer rates.

Dr. B

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 08:08 PM

Tonalin is the CLA from plant oils. I'm looking for pure vaccenic acid or rumenic acid. The research has shown that THESE CLA's, which have the cis-9, trans-11 isomer, are highly beneficial, whereas the trans-10, cis-12 (t10c12) isomer is linked to many adverse effects. This is the one as well that is found in large amounts in plant-derived CLA, so I'm looking for an animal based supplement.

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 07:58 PM

Tonalin is the CLA from soy. I'm looking for pure vaccenic acid or rumenic acid. The research has shown that THESE CLA's, which have the cis-9, trans-11 isomer, are highly beneficial, whereas the trans-10, cis-12 (t10c12) isomer is linked to many adverse effects. This is the one as well that is found in large amounts in soy-derived CLA, so I'm looking for an animal based supplement.

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 08:00 PM

Tonalin is the CLA from soy. I'm looking for pure vaccenic acid or rumenic acid. The research has shown that THESE CLA's, which have the cis-9, trans-11 isomer, are highly beneficial, whereas the trans-10, cis-12 (t10c12) isomer is linked to many adverse effects. This is the one as well that is found in large amounts in plant-derived CLA, so I'm looking for an animal based supplement.

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9f187c931f7ce55d375ed5806e254aaf

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on November 11, 2010
at 05:11 PM

Is there something keeping you from eating grass fed beef?

Af842c68e3d07fa0e35b4274f3acaeec

on November 11, 2010
at 07:54 PM

Price, I don't have the money for grass-fed beef, so I go with free-range poultry, etc.

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