Keyword "conjugated linoleic acid"

There are 10 articles tagged with keyword "conjugated linoleic acid".

  • How Much CLA is Enough?

    There is increasing evidence from the literature to suggest that conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) provides various health advantages. However, the amount of CLA that people need to consume to derive these potential benefits remains to be elucidated.

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  • What is CLA?

    Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) refers to a group of naturally occurring isomers of linoleic acid present in ruminant fats and dairy products. Unlike industrial trans fatty acids, trans CLA may be of great potential benefit to human health.

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  • The Effects of CLA on Health

    For the past two decades, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) has attracted significant research interest due to its favourable potential effects on health. While studies are still in their early phase, published reviews on CLA have highlighted the benefits of this natural ruminant fat.

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  • Differences in the Nutritional Composition of Organic Versus Conventional Milk

    There is limited research comparing organic and conventional foods, including milk. Emerging studies suggest that organic milk may contain higher levels of certain nutrients compared to conventionally produced milk, but the relevance of these findings regarding nutrition and health is unclear.

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  • Health Benefits of Vaccenic Acid

    While limited scientific evidence exists regarding the effect of vaccenic acid on health, the literature suggests that consumption of this natural trans fatty acid may impart favourable health effects.

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  • Milk Products and Colorectal Cancer

    According to the Third Expert Report by the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research,  the world’s leading authority on cancer prevention research related to diet, weight and physical activity, there is strong evidence (probable) that consuming dairy products (total dairy, milk, cheese) reduces the risk of colorectal cancer.

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  • The Role of Milk Products in Preserving Lean Mass During Weight Loss

    Several studies to date, including a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials, indicate that milk products may help promote healthy weight loss under caloric restriction by promoting fat mass loss while preserving lean mass such as muscle and bone.

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  • Healthy Weight: Research Synopsis

    Meta-analyses, randomized controlled trials, large population studies and mechanistic studies in humans indicate that adequate or higher intakes of milk products have a beneficial role in weight management and the prevention of obesity in both adults and children.

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  • Metabolic Syndrome and Milk Products

    Several studies, including meta-analyses, indicate that milk products are associated with a reduced risk of developing metabolic syndrome.

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  • Cardiovascular Disease and Milk Products: Summary of Evidence

    A large and robust body of evidence indicates that milk products are associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.

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