Do fancier, more expensive products work better? Or are you simply paying more for the glossy magazine advertisements and slick product packaging?
Is CLA for weight loss something you're considering trying? You certainly wouldn't be alone, or misguided. In all my years working with or within the Fitness industry, I've found that the number one most common body composition goal of gym goers has to do with leaning out or losing weight. Even the GymRats who are focused on packing on muscle will at some point try to lean out a little bit and shed a pound or two of body fat if they can. There are just about as many supplements out there touting weight loss and fat burning as there are unused gym memberships (and that's a lot). So what's worth trying and what can you expect? Here's my Trusted Nutrients Review:
In one of my recent 1st Phorm Reviews I examined thermogenic supplements and specifically 1st Phorm Commander. These are hugely popular weight lifting supplements and function in part by raising the heart rate (often with caffeine) which in turn increases body temperature and "burns" calories. These supplements are often stacked with many other ingredients to form "proprietary" blends.