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Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)
A natural fat occurring in free-range beef cattle. This was discovered as recently as 1980 by Professor Michael Pariza of the University of Winconsin, while he was conducting research on whether hamburgers could be a potential cause of cancer. CLA in fact has anti-cancer properties and also stimulates the human body"s conversion of stored fats into energy.
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