A Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA
), found naturally in meat and milk, is a polyunsaturated fatty acid that's growing in popularity as a dietary supplement.
affords those afflicted with mild to moderate IBD an effective treatment without the unwanted side effects of many synthetic drugs.
Foram avaliados dois tratamentos: dieta controle, sem adicao de CLA
, e com adicao de cinco kg de CLA
/ton, o qual foi adicionado em substituicao parcial ao oleo de soja degomado.
One mechanism of interest is DHA's interaction with a recently discovered hormone known as "adiponectin." Scientists already know some of the basics: Adiponectin is produced by fat cells in adipose tissue; low levels of adiponectin have been associated with insulin resistance; CLA
depletes the adipose tissue in which adiponectin is made; and DHA can restore adipose tissue, thus indirectly increasing adiponectin levels.
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Methods: In this study, 33 volunteer patients with rectal cancer treated with preoperative chemoradiotherapy were allocated in the CLA
(n=16) and the placebo groups (n=17).
In animal nutrition, a main goal is to produce livestock and poultry products that contain CLA
, while maintaining flavor and other desirable food qualities.
There is another antiplatelet agent, CLA
, which can improve the hemocompatibility of biomaterials.
Ltd., 100% subsidiary of MAN Truck & Bus AG, Germany, world's leading manufacturer of trucks and buses, today unveiled the CLA
EVO range of heavy commercial vehicles.
Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, and the U.K.-based Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA
) announced a collaboration to develop CLAs
Digital Content Store (DCS) for higher-education institutions (HEIs).
HOUSING must be available to those who need it most in rural areas, the CLA
If that's the case, its big brother CLA
45 AMG should be called Brutal.