GM Nutrition CLA Supplement (Natural Fat Burner) Review

GM Nutrition CLA Supplement Review, Price, Nutritional Facts, Dosage

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is related to omega-6 fatty acid. CLA is present is number of natural products such as dairy fat, animal fat but can’t be produced by human body.

Why to take CLA? Why to take CLA supplement?

CLA supports retaining muscles while reducing fat & stimulant free support of

  • Utilization of stored fat as fuel
  • Recovery after intense workout
  • Lean muscle development
  • Increase metabolic rate

GM Nutrition is a California based sports nutrition company. Founder and CEO of GM Nutrition is Guru Mann. They aim to provide you the high quality health products and nothing is better when product is Made in the USA. They claim that product is FSSAI approved & has been produced in a cGMP registered facility.

In this article we are reviewing the GM Nutrition CLA Product:

GM Nutrition CLA Nutritional Information

According to label of product, One softgel (or one serving) contains:

Nutrient Amount per serving
Energy 10 Kcal
Total Fat 1 g
Vitamin E 5 IU
CLA Complex 1000 mg (80% CLA)


For reducing body fat in obese person, a dose of 1.8-3 g per day has been used. Howerver, doses >3.4 g per day doesn’t seem to offer any additional benefit

Take 1 serving 2-3 times a day with breakfast & before med meal.

Who can buy it?

According DoctorAlerts recommendations, anyone can buy it whether you are doing workout or not. It is specially indicated to burn the fat.


GM Nutrition CLA is a very much decent product with good amount of CLA. Thumbs up for this product.

DoctorAlerts Rating

Overall ⇒ 8/10
Quality ⇒ 8/10
Effectiveness ⇒ 9/10
Price ⇒ 7.0/10
Nutrition Profile ⇒ 9.0/10
Authenticity ⇒ 9.0/10

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