CLA Superior is a nonprescription diet pill that is marketed as a top solution for losing weight as well as slimming down and toning the body. Clearly this is a very common claim within this industry, but there are some products that are far better than others, so it’s a good idea to do some research into each one you are considering before you decide on something specific.
In the case of CLA Superior, like other diet pills, it’s a good idea to begin your efforts with a visit to the doctor. That way, you can know with much more certainty whether or not this is likely to be both safe and effective for you to use. Keep in mind that just because this is safe for some people. it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will be appropriate for you and your medical conditions, or any supplements or medications you happen to be taking.
The official website for this product claims that it has been scientifically proven to be able to produce the results that it claims dieters will achieve through its use, which include fat burning, preserving lean muscle mass and boosting the metabolism. In fact, it goes so far as to take shots at the research cited by other products, which is often based only on studies in which mice were the subjects.
That said, after all the song and dance over appropriate research, the site doesn’t bother actually citing any large and reputable studies published in medical journals. While there has been some research conducted on CLA, it hasn’t necessarily been considered to be proven as being directly responsible for weight loss through fat burning.
One study was mentioned by the site, though nothing was mentioned with regards to who conducted it, where it was published or what specific methods were used. It did say that it occurred in Scandinavia, but no more details about the research – other than the outcomes – were mentioned. Without that information, it could easily be referring to research that was not conducted scientifically and that would not be deemed acceptable by the medical community.
The only active ingredient in CLA Superior is conjugated linoleic acid from natural safflower oil. To take this pill, two capsules need to be taken two or three times per day. As each bottle contains 90 capsules, this means that a bottle will last 15 to 22 and a half days, depending on how many pills are taken each day. At $33.25 per bottle (discounted from a full price of $57.77 on the official website), the cost of using this product would add up very quickly.