Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is made from safflower oil, it can scavenge free radicals, enhance oxidation resistance and immunity of the body, promote the growth and development, promote human body protein synthesis, and so on. We can provide the type of TG/EE/FFA.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid Specification
|Appearance||White or off white,|
|Pure CLA Content as TG (mg/g)||400 Min./600|
|Peroxide Value (meq/kg)||10.0 Max.|
|Loss on Drying (%)||4.0 Max.|
|Bulk Density (g/mL)||0.40-0.60|
|Particle Size||95% through 40 mesh|
|Lead (ppm)||1.0 Max.|
|Arsenic (ppm)||1.0 Max.|
|Cadmium (ppm)||1.0 Max.|
|Mercury (ppm)||0.1 Max.|
|Total Plate Count (CFU/g)||3,000 Max.|
|Yeasts and Molds (CFU/g)||300 Max.|
|Coliform (CFU/g)||10 Max.|
Conjugated Linoleic Acid Applications
- To prevent and treat cancer
Although animal studies suggest CLA has antioxidant properties and may reduce cancer risk, studies in humans are limited and mixed. Therefore, clinical trials to confirm safety and effectiveness are needed.
- To treat high cholesterol
Although a few studies suggest CLA may reduce a type of fat in the blood called triacylglycerols, it was shown to increase total cholesterol and may also reduce HDL, or good cholesterol levels.
- To promote healthy weight
CLA may improve body fat mass in some people, but results are mixed, and CLA may actually be harmful in some populations. For example, in obese men with metabolic syndrome or at high risk for heart disease, CLA supplementation decreased insulin sensitivity or caused insulin resistance. In addition, it does not appear to enhance the benefits of exercise.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid Description
Conjugated Linoleic Acid is commonly found in dairy products and beef and is made by microbes that live within the gut of certain animals. It is also found throughout the body. CLA is often marketed as a supplement for weight loss.