In this review, we will be looking at a product called CLA Max 2000. Conjugated linoleic acid, which is abbreviated as CLA, is an omega fatty acid that is extracted from safflower oil and is found in meat and dairy products. If you include this supplement into your diet, you could possibly see dramatic differences in your overall health. The main function of CLA is to support the body in reducing fat and increasing the metabolic rate. Certain individuals even report that CLA facilitates the development of lean muscle, which in turn increases the rate at which calories are burned.
- Safflower Oil
- Carthamus Tinctorius Seed
- 80% Conjugated Linoleic Acid
- Purified Water
- Caramel Color
- Titanium Dioxide Color
At first glance, this seems like a good ingredient list however, we were quite concerned by the excessive amount of artificial ingredient included in this product. An additional concern that came up during our research was that this supplement contains 80% CLA the majority of healthcare practitioners recommend a daily dosage of 85% Conjugated Linoleic Acid.
According to the instructions available on the manufacturer’s website, the recommended dosage for this product is 1000 to 1500 mg taken three times daily before a meal. However, we found this quite confusing as a single softgel contains 2000mg. You cannot halve a softgel capsule so it is impossible to stick to the dosage advised by the manufacturer. We were also rather concerned about the huge amount of this product you will consume if you follow the recommended dosage. You will be taking 6000 mg while the ideal dosage for this supplement is 2000 mg daily.
The normal price for this dietary supplement is $27.99 for 90 softgel capsules. However, the manufacturer is currently running a promotion where you can buy one bottle for $19.99. Although this promotion is quite good, there are similar products available at a more affordable price.
After thorough research, we were unable to find any information regarding a guarantee. When you buy a product without a guarantee, it can be quite problematic as there is nothing you can do if you are unhappy with it. This indicates that the manufacturer is not entirely confident in the efficacy of their product.
Conclusion – CLA Max 2000
In this review, we found that CLA Max 2000 is a good product to facilitate fat loss. This product is made of safflower oil, which is an excellent source for conjugated linoleic acid. It is also currently available for a largely reduced price, which is good. However, we were rather concerned by the excessive dosage recommended by the manufacturer. Unfortunately, this product also contains quite a significant amount of artificial ingredients. A final concern, which was raised when we completed this review, was that there are no customer reviews available. This means that we were not able to see the objective opinions of customers who have bought this product.