I won't recommend using it.
Thank you for asking
CLA aka conjugated linoleic acids are proved efficacious in losing body fat mass but they have also proved to reduce leptin
a hormone which acts on hypothalamus
and curbs appetite and increase fat consumption when fat stores increase.so use of CLA has been reported to reduce fats but lead to long term morbid obesity
and weight gain.its game of hormones a price body pays for messing with leptin and it's receptors.
Now your g6pd is not cool with CLA because it reduces hemoglobin
levels and we don't want to reduce our already compromised and vulnerable to break blood cells. Also it increases liver
enzymes and cholesterol
levels. Only good thing it does is increase HDL
a good cholesterol but that is not worth it in your case.
So I suggest don't use it or seek your haematologist and a dietitian for a final call as prevention is better than cure.
It just reduces body fat mass not BMI and that also temporarily with a rebound weight gain higher than loss.so net is loss.and we don't wanna lose.
I hope it helps. Consult your haematologist and a dietitian for final call.
Take good care of yourself and don't forget to close the discussion please.
May the odds be ever in your favour.