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Tonalin Cla Side Effects Women
Does Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) has side effect on a 30 years old guy with no heart problem, only kidney stones.
Yes: Oh supplement should be considered like medications with effects and side effects that can be serious or rarely fatal. ...Read more
Grass-fed animals: Beef from grass-fed cows is high in cla; so is milk from them. Eggs (especially the yolks) from grass fed chickens are also high in cla. ...Read more
I want to know if it is true that conjugated linoleic acid helps remove fat. Also, my diet is healthy and I perform exercises.
Nobody knows: Cla is a supplement sold to consumers. Some studies show possible good effects, while others show possible bad effects. Cla is not an fda-approved medication, so it is untested and unproven what brand of cla, what type of cla, or what amount of cla will do in a particular person's body, regardless of his thyroid status. Finding good human research studies on such supplements is usually impossible. ...Read more
Is cla - conjugated linoleic acid good for lose weight and cutting/shredding and is it bad for liver or kidneys or in anyway is it bad for my health?
Yes: Cla is a supplement that may speed weight loss found more in meat and dairy. Cla 800 mg prometes fat burning. It is likely safe when is used in normal dosis. ...Read more
No: It does notGet a more detailed answer ›
It won't do any harm: But it's not a normal weight loss alternative. Weight loss has many things associated with it's effectiveness. So contact your doctor, and discuss the different ways you can begin this safely, including dietary guidelines for your body type, BMI, age, activity level, lifestyle, diet, sleep patterns that's in alignment with your target goals ...Read more
What type of omega fat is conjugated linoleic acid? Why is it good for you when linoleic acid is not?
Not sure: Many of these claims have no scientific basis ...Read more
What is the difference between linoeic acid and conjugated linoleic acid? Is one good and one bad? Are they both Omega 6?
LA: Linoelic acid (LA) is found in safflower oil, sunflower oil, poppy seed oil. Whereas conjugated LA found most in meat and diary products. They are isomers of LA. Both of them are polyunsaturated omega 6 fatty acid. Conjugated LA are usually found in supplements, pills etc. Both may POSSIBLY help with cancers and obesity. More studies need to be done. Hope this helps. ...Read more
No: There is no toxicity to this and the eye will flush it out with no difficulty. As long as it is not contaminated or mixed with something else, you should be fine. ...Read more
There are no common: Adverse interactions, however there is no known medical benefit to taking linoleic acid. ...Read more
I'm preparing for a fitness competition. I currently breastfeed my 8 month old daughter. Is it safe to consume conjugated linoleic acid and glutamine?
Is cla dangerous? It did helped me lose weight but I'm worried about future serious side -effects
Not known: Conjugated linoleic acid (cla) supplements are not fda approved medications, so there probably isn't any good research to support sellers' claims of health benefits. It's even more unlikely for there to be any good research on its side effects. The safer way to lose weight is the natural way, without the variety of "supplements" sold in stores or on the internet. ...Read more
Probably not: Known as "the fat that helps your body burn fat, " conjugated linoleic acid (cla) presumptively helps reduce body fat and supports lean mass to improve overall body composition. Whether this presumption is true remains to be determined. This is not an fda regulated substance. The only thing it will be guaranteed to do is change the shape of your wallet. ...Read more
Does cla really help lose fat and cellulite. Does it have any effect on fat loss or side effects?
Likely: Several studies have suggested a modest but statistically significant reduction of fat and an increase in lean body mass. At recommended dosage however, the weight loss is approx 1lb every 5 wks. Improvement in cellulite may result from weight loss but is not a direct result of the supplement. ...Read more
Yes: Don't know about the urine but you need to know these are not FDA approved because these companies do not do the rigorous testing that is required. There are some actions of these supplements that reduce caloric intake but no product beats your ability to make a choice at each meal about choosing the right food and eating only the amount you need for the day. Visit your meal on half. Simple. ...Read more
Diabetic t1. Trying to lose weight. I exercise >30/mins a day and am eating healthy. I've heard about suppl. Cla. Any neg. Side effects for diabetics?
What are U using: Them for? This is a loaded question, as knowing what your intentions are for using these supplements will reveal whether you need to be on them or not. If these are recommended by your PCP then it's best to contact her/his office to find out how much of each, or whether you can combine them or not. So start there. These are very specific indications, so ask first and then let us know so we can help! ...Read more
GNC: Healthtap Doctors are asked not to endorse specific brands or product lines. ...Read more
Nothing major: Assuming you are referring to the Multi-vitamin pack, it is simply an adult vitamin, that has minimal side-effects, similar to any multi-vitamin (possibly allergy to medication, gi upset, etc.) ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Kamagra is the generic form of sildenafil citrate, exactly the one for Viagra, which is manufactured in India. Its effect is just like that in men, i.e., erection, but clitorial erection for women while mentally and physically stimulated. Meanwhile the same precaution against concomitant use with nitrate or other BP-lowering drugs. More? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more
Typical OCP: The side effects aren't any different than from any other 3 dose combination oral contraception pill:the most serious of these is the rare case of a blood clot, heart attack, or stroke. More common SEs include nausea, vomiting, weight fluctuations, headache, depression, fluid retention, libido changes, breast pain or tenderness, rash, and vaginal discharge.Note that these are not guaranteed, just possible. ...Read more
Panic, seizures,: Psychosis, dissociation, racing thoughts, racing heartbeat, etc. Severe anxiety and psychosis can persist when the drug/s are stopped. Spice is a generic term for many different synthetic cannabinoids; they affect the same receptors as marijuana but are unpredictable in their effects. The drug/s are very addicting and often unpleasant in effect. It's unknown if they affect women differently. ...Read more
This product has not been studied in the us, and is not regulated by the fda. Its ingredients include vitamin e, aloe vera, and pomegranate extract.
If the vaginal tract has lost tightness after childbirth, these anatomical changes cannot be corrected without surgery. If the vaginal mucosa has thinned (usually in the absence of estrogen), then estrogen creams can correct that.
See your doctor. ...Read more
Not really: Sperm are produced continuously from stem cells and it is the healthiest/best swimmer that gets to the egg first and triggers pregnancy.There is a chance that some of the sperm may be less potent, but this is a situation where any effect limits the chance that single sperm would work. Fetal alcohol syndrome is an exposure duration issue where mothers consumption affects the fetus over time. ...Read more