Origin: Supplements or food such as red meats, chicken, milk and dairy products, fish, beans, and avocado.
Also Known As: Carnitine
Overview: L-Carnitine is a “free form” amino acid which provides a major source of energy for muscles. Carnitine increases the likelihood for fat to be used as an energy source, thus preventing fatty buildup in the heart, liver, and skeletal muscle tissue.
It is is used to prevent fatigue and improve exercise performance. It also aids in building muscle tissue, increases stamina, and assists with weight loss.
- Increasing physical endurance especially among athletes
- Enhancing weight loss
- Prevention of muscular damage
- Boosting brain function
- Regulation of blood sugar
- Improving fat burning capacity of the body
Common Dosage: 500 to 2000 mg daily