Pros and cons of CLA consumption: an insight from clinical evidences

@inproceedings{Benjamin2015ProsAC,
  title={Pros and cons of CLA consumption: an insight from clinical evidences},
  author={Sailas Benjamin and Priji Prakasan and Sajith Sreedharan and Andr{\'e} Denis G Wright and Friedrich Spener},
  booktitle={Nutrition & metabolism},
  year={2015}
}
This comprehensive review critically evaluates whether supposed health benefits propounded upon human consumption of conjugated linoleic acids (CLAs) are clinically proven or not. With a general introduction on the chemistry of CLA, major clinical evidences pertaining to intervention strategies, body composition, cardio-vascular health, immunity, asthma, cancer and diabetes are evaluated. Supposed adverse effects such as oxidative stress, insulin resistance, irritation of intestinal tract and… CONTINUE READING
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