CLA for Asthma

CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acids) is a fatty acid found in meat and dairy products that is gaining attention for its ability to improve the airway hyper-reactivity in asthma sufferers.  In studies a dose of 45 grams per day showed a significant reduction in air passage hyper-responsiveness.  CLA is an omega-3 fat that battles the specific inflammation that occurs during asthma attacks without harming arterial blood vessels.  CLA can also help in lowering blood pressure, managing body weight, building muscle, provide relief for arthritis, build endurance, and regulate insulin levels.[1]

Look for grass-fed beef in your grocery store.  CLA from organic, grass-fed meats will help balance your omega-3 fatty acids to omega-6 fatty acid ratios for better overall health.
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