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From the News Archives...

CLA in North American hunter/gatherer diets

CLA, the cancer-fighting fat, has been found in North American game animals, suggesting that CLA has been a part of the human diet since the first spear was thrown. Deer, elk, and moose have about the same amount of CLA as cattle. Surprisingly, mountain lions and black bears have more (7 and 9 mg/g of fat, respectively) even though they are not herbivores.

Now, when is someone going to test and publish the CLA levels of free-range bison?

 

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