In this review, we are going to have a detailed look at San Pure CLA 1250 and consider its impact on weight and general health. San, the manufacturer of Pure CLA claim that it has yielded positive results in weight loss, as well as, in the development of lean muscle mass. It also claims that it can support healthy immune system function, converts fat into energy and that it is effective in lowering the level of triglycerides in fat cells because it reduces the activity of lipoprotein lipase. SAN is well-known in the industry for helping athletes meet their health requirements. SAN’s products are well-researched, safe, and effective supplements which meet the standards of the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
Safflower Oil is the main ingredient – One of the renowned plant sources of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) is the safflower seed and its cultivation has seen an increase due to the demand for CLA supplements. Specifically, it includes Cis-9, Trans 11 Isomer, and Trans 10, Cis-12 Iso. Other isomers were not identified.
Other ingredients –Stearic, oleic and palmitic acids, glycerin, caramel, bovine gelatin and purified water.
Does not contain dairy, wheat, salt, sugar, soy, corn, fish, yeast, citrus or preservatives
The recommended dose is to take 1 softgel three times a day with meals to avoid digestive issues. For a full month’s supply, you could purchase a 90 bottle or an 180 one for a duration of two months. In any case, we advise that you consult a doctor prior to taking this or any other supplement.
San Pure CLA 1250 comes in three different bottle sizes which are:
- 18 softgels bottle priced at $6.99
- 90 softgels bottle worth $24.99
- 180 softgels bottle sold for $39.95
There is up to 50% off and free shipping on orders over $75.
We didn’t find any manufacturer’s guarantee for this product.
Conclusion – SAN Pure CLA 1250
After our review of San Pure CLA 1250, we discovered many pros and cons. The benefits of this product are as follows: it improves muscle growth, reduces triglycerides and cholesterol, enhances the immune system, converts fat into energy and increases lean body mass. We liked that it comes in a quick-release softgel. We also liked that it did not include dairy, salt, sugar, soy, corn, fish, yeast, citrus or preservatives and that it was gluten-free but it did contain bovine gelatin, making unsuitable for vegetarians and vegans which we were not happy with. We were also not happy that we could not find any information on a manufacturer’s guarantee, which alarmed us. We tried to find some type of feedback on this product, but we couldn’t find anything. Without a guarantee or reviews to back up its claims, how are we supposed to know if it really works?