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OPTIMUM NUTRITION CLA 750mg, Natural Weight Loss Fat Burner Supplement For Men and Women, 90 Softgels
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- 750 mg of Conjugated Linoleic Acid Per Serving
- Easy to Swallow Softgels
- Each softgel provides 750 milligrams of the pure CLA fats that you're looking for to help support your efforts with the fat that you're trying to lose.
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CLA or Conjugated Linoleic Acid is a group of fatty acids found naturally in eggs, dairy products and red meat, but not in appreciable amounts. Each ON CLA softgel contains Clarinol® brand CLA.
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