Natural amino acid derivative!
It can also affect weight loss, brain function, and athletic performance
L-Carnitine is a nutrient and dietary supplement. It plays an important role in energy production by delivering fatty acids to the mitochondria of cells. Mitochondria act as motors in cells, burning fats to create energy that can be used by the body.
The body can produce L-carnitine from the amino acids lysine and methionine. In order for the body to produce enough, it needs plenty of vitamin C. In addition to being produced by the body, L-carnitine can also be obtained by consuming small amounts of animal products such as meat or fish. It is possible that vegans or those with certain genetic problems are unable to supply their body with enough L-carnitine.
These make L-carnitine a vital nutrient.
The main role of L-carnitine in mitochondrial function and energy production in the body. It helps transport fatty acids in the cells to the mitochondria, where they can be burned to produce energy. About 98% of L-carnitine stores are found in the muscles, with the remaining traces in the liver and blood.
L-carnitine can help enhance mitochondrial function, which plays a key role in disease and healthy aging.
Recent research is investigating the potential benefits of different forms of carnitine that can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including heart and brain disease.
L-carnitine tartrate, anticaking (silicon dioxide). Capsule coverage: gelatine
Natural materials; Artificial flavorless; Free-from artificial coloring; BSE/TSE-free; GMO free; Not-irradiated; No added sugars; Allergen free; Fat-free; Rich in protein
Dosage, recommended use, storage
One dose = 2 capsules
2x1 capsule daily
Storage: In a well-closed, dry, cool, sun-protected place, out of the reach of children
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