Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) is a polyunsaturated fat found in linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid found mostly in plant oils. Naturally, CLA is a product of digestion by microbes in the first stomach (rumens) of grass-eating animals such as cows, so is found mainly in grass-fed beef and dairy products.
From the cakes and pastries to the bottled beverages and even the ready to cook items on the supermarket.. They are all loaded with sugar…
Unknowingly many living in the cities grow an addiction to sugar. Sugar in moderation is not harmful; however, many overdo it. A recent study conducted in America says that about 75% of Americans overeat sugars then the required amount.