effective dosage of CLA?

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    tryfuhl New Member

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    I know a lot of you have said that it's too expensive to take CLA at an effective dosage, I have a shitton of this stuff laying around, so what's an effective dose? Might as well use up what I have
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    That's not why I don't recommend it...see below


     
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    All fats increase insulin resistance, no? Is CLA that much more "effective" at doing so?

    Don't all fatty acids oxidize when ingested? Or can be? I notice you say peroxidize, so that's worse than a 'basic' oxidization... Doesn't oxidization also help with the burning of fat? Or is that just in the liver, not digestive tract?

    Is there anything that you know of, other than Sesame Oil that can help prevent the oxidization of CLA? I know that the LEF formula has cla and sesame for this reason.
     
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    Hopefully people will read this, as they'd rather make fucking 4 pages out of the new broly smile than topics that actually mean something.

    just found this, basic info but I didn't know it



    sounds like I'll be ordering some of this stuff, and mixing it with the cla, as to somewhat mimic the LEF formula
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    You're better off asking Loki than me :o


    But as for your first question, omega 3's improve insulin sensitivity.
     
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