What's the difference between CLA from safflower oil and CLA from sunflower oil?

Add your answer...

1 Answer

CLA from safflower oil is identical to CLA from sunflower oil. The main benefit of safflower oil is that, gram for gram, it provides a richer source, which allows us to deliver a more concentrated form in a smaller capsule. How is CLA different from Omega-3 fatty acids? CLA belongs to the Omega-6 family of fatty acids, not the Omega-3 family. They have a different chemical structure. Omega-6 fatty acids are typically found in sunflower, safflower, and other plant oils, while Omega-3 fatty acids are typically found in fish. Each family of fatty acids can produce biologically active compounds that affect circulatory health, heart rate, fat metabolism, and immune function. However, the types of compounds they each can form affect the body differently. What is the difference between the CLA product and chromium picolinate? Chromium picolinate is a source of the trace mineral chromium. It's an ideal complement to CLA, because it is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and ... more
Thanks for your feedback!

Related Videos

Not the answer you're looking for? Try asking your own question.