MRM CLA 1250 Review
Whoever thought that meat and cheese could be substitute for a diet pill? Well, eating a lot of meat and cheese may not really be the best idea, but one chemical found in it has gotten a lot of attention for potentially promoting weight loss. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) has been shown in a number studies to be associated with moderate weight loss and MRM CLA 1250 is a diet pill that throws its entire formula behind those studies…but are the potential results worth the money?
MRM CLA 1250 Ingredients
MRM definitely made this pretty simple for you with just one ingredient. Guess what it is?
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid – 1250 mg – Minimum 80% CLA (1000 Mg)
MRM CLA 1250 actually derives its CLA from safflower oil, but we’re talking about the same compound. Of over 30 studies which have been done on the effectiveness of CLA, about 18 are comparable and a 2007 analysis found that in the course of a several months, test subjects taking 3.2 grams per day of CLA saw an average weight loss of 0.09 kg (0.2 pounds) greater than those taking placebo. An individual study found an average of four pounds over the course of a year. With a recommended dosage of about 3 grams per day, one month of MRM CLA 1250 might reasonably be expected to help you lose less than one pound. Less than one pound?!
Some studies suggest that CLA supplementation may put people who are obese at an increased risk for Type 2 Diabetes as it may aggravate your body’s resistance to insulin.
MRM CLA 1250 Marketing
MRM made some interesting claims about CLA 1250 considering the research on it, but made sure it keep it very non-commital. This “high potency CLA combined with regular exercise helps to stimulate lean muscle development and fat loss, allowing you to feel strong and healthy even during dieting…as lean muscle is increased, the body burns more calories in order to function, thereby speeding up the fat burning process which further slims your body.” While the part about lean muscle may be true, there is no evidence that CLA actually does anything for lean muscle development. That’s what we call marketing “slight of hand.” Lastly, they claim that CLA helps by “possibly” inhibiting fat from being transported into fat cells.
MRM CLA 1250 Price
The original pricing on one bottle of MRM CLA 1250 was $20.99 but is sold for about $15 nowadays. Buying it in bulk, depending on the deal, you can get it for about $9 per bottle plus shipping. The huge discount is probably due to the fact that it has been discontinued by MRM.
MRM CLA 1250 Guarantee
As it has been discontinued, you are not going to find any sort of satisfaction guarentee with MRM CLA 1250, though you should at least be able to return unopened bottles for a refund depending on the retailer.
MRM CLA 1250 Conclusion
If you can find a bottle of MRM CLA 1250 online that isn’t already expired, you’re looking at a one-dimensional diet pill that could “possibly” inhibit fat storage. While a little bit of weight loss may be better than none, there is no reason to throw all your eggs (or money) into the MRM CLA 1250 basket. There are better diet pills out there.