Foods that have CLA are grass fed animal sources such as butter, milk, beef, poultry, and eggs. Ideally, CLA is best taken via the foods you eat. However, agriculture practices today have drastically reduced the amount of CLA found in dairy and beef. The best type of food to obtain CLA from is certified organic, 100% grass-fed beef and cheese, which tends to be on the expensive side. Unfortunately, there is not enough CLA found even in the highest quality meat and dairy foods. CLA is also difficult for vegans and vegetarians to get the recommended amount per day.
In order to get the recommended amount of CLA per day naturally from food for optimal fat burning potential, one would have to consume multiple servings of the above foods. As an estimate, you would likely need to spend around $100-200/week to get enough from food, depending on things like age, height, weight, gender, and activity level, etc.
Think about it this way...you would need to consume approximately 7 lbs of organic, grass-fed beef, 4 gallons of organic, grass-fed ice cream or 4 gallons of organic, grass-fed whole milk in order to get all of your CLA needs through food. Our non-GMO conjugated linoleic acid softgels can be an incredible way to supplement the food you are eating in order to get rid of the excess, stubborn fat.