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Best CLA Supplement

CLA 1,000MG™

CLA 1,000MG™



Concentrated CLA


  • Increases Body Fat Metabolism*
  • Enhances Muscle Hypertrophy*
  • Improves Insulin Sensitivity*
  • Aids Fat Loss*
  • 100 Servings






Conjugated Linoleic Acid, or CLA, is a healthy polyunsaturated fat that influences fat cell metabolism. CLA acts on a family of receptors known as PPAR (peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor). The PPARs control the rate of body fat reduction, and CLA increases PPAR’s rate of lowering body fat. CLA may have several other health effects, such as:


  • Increasing lean body mass and muscle hypertrophy.*
  • Enhancing testosterone synthesis in men.*
  • Improving muscular strength.*
  • Reducing insulin resistance.*


CLA has been a long-time staple in body composition optimization regimes. With CLA 1,000MG™, you get 100 servings of highly concentrated CLA for any and all dosing strategies. With dual functions as a body fat loss facilitator and muscle building agent, CLA is a perfect supplement for physique-oriented athletes and anybody that just wants to look better.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts

 Best CLA supplement

Ingredient Profile

Conjugated Linoleic Acid

CLA is a polyunsaturated fatty acid with pronounced health benefits, particularly those relating to body composition.


  • Studies on lean muscle mass have shown that CLA may enhance muscle gain by up to 13.7%
  • CLA works synergistically with common muscle-building supplements, creatine and whey protein. While creatine and whey increase muscle by 1.3% and strength by 9.7% over 5 weeks, just adding CLA to the supplement group enhanced muscle growth by 2.4% and 16.2% in the same time frame.
  • Simultaneous to muscle gain, CLA can promote fat loss by increasing metabolic rate (calorie burn).

Q: What is the best way to use CLA 1,000MG™?

A: As a dietary supplement, take 1 – 6 servings (1 – 6 Capsules) of CLA 1,000MG™ per day depending on your goals. Optimal body composition enhancement has been observed with 2 – 6 servings of CLA 1,000MG™ per day.


Q: Does CLA 1,000MG™ stack well with other supplements?

A: Yes! For muscle building, CLA enhances the effects of creatine and whey protein on gains in mass and strength by 50-70%. For creatine and whey protein supplements, Optitune™ has partnered with MuscleSport and Kodiak Sports Nutrition. Take 30% off with code, "OPTITUNE"


For losing body fat, stack CLA 1,000MG™ with Caffeine Anhydrous and Acetyl L-Carnitine or a Fat Burning complex from MuscleSport or Kodiak.


Q: What are PPARs?

A: PPARs, or peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors, are a group of proteins with several functions. Most often, PPARs are discussed for their effects on body fat regulation, and this is due to PPARs ability to influence genetic expression. By working at the genetic level, CLA 1,000MG™, via PPARs, is an effective way to manage body composition.




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