Conjugated linoleic and conjugated linolenic acids!

What the heck is a CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) or CLnA (aka CLN or conjugated linolenic acid)? From Wikipedia, a conjugated molecule is an organic compound is one where atoms covalently bond alternating single and double bonds that influence each other to produce a region called the electron delocalization. In this region, electrons do not…...

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