CLA Green Tea Reviews

CLA Green Tea is a weight loss supplement product that is sold in the form of a capsule. It is a diet pill that is made and manufactured by the company called USN, which is based in the U.K. USN stands for Ultimate Sports Nutrition, as this is a company that makes products not only for weight loss, but also for overall health and for athletic and bodybuilding customers.

In the case of CLA Green Tea, though, it is the dieting category to which USN is catering. As the name suggests, this product is based primarily on CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) and green tea, but it also contains some vitamin E. The CLA and the green tea in this product have each been independently studied by a number of different research organizations and there is a growing body of evidence to support claims that they can assist in weight loss, particularly in the case of green tea. CLA has more controversy attached to it than the green tea.

According to USN, this diet pill will provide nutrition, a “vital energy source”, overall good health maintenance, weight loss support, and body fat reduction. These claims are not supported by any studies that have been cited on the website. Though some studies do exist, their conclusions are not as powerful as what the manufacturer indicates.

In order to take this product according to the directions provided on the official website at the time this review was written, dieters will need to take 1 to 2 capsules 2 to 3 times every day. That said, no more than 6 capsules should be taken in any single period of 24 hours. Because of the range of recommended uses, this could greatly alter the daily dose as well as the cost of using this product.

If the product was taken the minimum number of times every day, 1 pill, twice per day, then a bottle of 45 capsules would last for 22 and a half days. This would make the price per month £21.33 (approximately $33, depending on the exchange rate), which is quite reasonable. However, that is only the starter price. For customers who use 2 capsules, 3 times per day, the monthly price would be £64.00 (approximately $100), which is considerably higher, particularly when considering the ingredients within this product and that they are available in rival supplements for a notably more affordable price.

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