L-Carnitine, 500 mg, 30 Capsules, Energy Booster
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L-Carnitine, 500 mg, 30 Capsules, Energy Booster

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Benefits, side effects, review

  • Natural Energy Boosting Support
  • Doctor Formulated
  • Dietary Supplement

Benefit
L Caritine Dietary Supplement is used as a natural energy booster and has several important metabolic functions in the body.

How it works
L Carnitine is a naturally occurring substance found in most cells of the body, particularly the brain and neural tissues, muscles, and heart. It works in the mitochondria, the energy producing organelles found in cells.

Food source and dietary intake
Carnitine, whose structure is similar to choline, is widely available in animal foods (meat, poultry, fish and dairy products), whereas plants have very small amounts. Most non-vegetarians consume about 100 to 300 mg of carnitine a day, and the body is able to synthesize this nutrient if dietary intake is inadequate.*

Suggested Use, dosage, how much to take:
As a dietary supplement, take one capsule in the morning on an empty stomach or as recommended by your health care provider.

Updated: December 20 2016

L carnitine side effects, safety, danger, caution, risks
L carnitine is a safe nutrient in doses ranging from 50 to 500 mg. Higher doses can cause excess energy, a feeling of being restless or fidgety, and difficulty getting a deep sleep. See the latest research regarding side effects of high dose L-Carnitine use.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Bottle: 30 Capsules
Amount Per Capsule % Daily Value
L-Carnitine
500 mg

† Daily Value or Recommended Daily Intake Not Established

Other Ingredients : Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate, White Rice and Silicon.

L-Carnitine supplement source
Q. Where does l-carnitine come from when it is in a supplement form? Is it made in a laboratory or does it come from food or animal sources?
A. Although l-carnitine is a naturally occurring molecule in all living cells, commercially available carnitine sources such as acetyl L carnitine and carnitine tartrate are synthetically made by the chemical industry in the US.

L-carnitine vs acetyl l-carnitine
Q.
I am interested in taking a carnitine supplement but not sure whether acetyl l-carnitine would be preferable.
A. When ingested as a pill, carnitine is not able to cross the blood-brain barrier as well as its activated form acetyl l-carnitine which has a more noticeable effect on the mind. The acetyl form usually enhances mental clarity and focus, along with slight mood elevation. The effects of l-carnitine are more physical than mental, in the sense that carnitine enhances physical energy whereas acetyl l carnitine provides more mental energy.

Antioxidant benefit
Q.
Is carnitine an antioxidant? Which is a better antioxidant to take?
A. Both acetyl-l-carnitine and carnitine are excellent antioxidants, although the former is more potent. We also like carnosine.

L-Carnitine supplement source
Q. Where does l-carnitine come from when it is in a supplement form? Is it made in a laboratory or does it come from food or animal sources?
A. Although l-carnitine is a naturally occurring molecule in all living cells, commercially available carnitine sources such as acetyl L carnitine and carnitine tartrate are synthetically made by the chemical industry in the US.

L-carnitine vs acetyl l-carnitine
Q.
I am interested in taking a carnitine supplement but not sure whether acetyl l-carnitine would be preferable.
A. When ingested as a pill, carnitine is not able to cross the blood-brain barrier as well as its activated form acetyl l-carnitine which has a more noticeable effect on the mind. The acetyl form usually enhances mental clarity and focus, along with slight mood elevation. The effects of l-carnitine are more physical than mental, in the sense that carnitine enhances physical energy whereas acetyl l carnitine provides more mental energy.

Antioxidant benefit
Q.
Is carnitine an antioxidant? Which is a better antioxidant to take?
A. Both acetyl-l-carnitine and carnitine are excellent antioxidants, although the former is more potent. We also like carnosine.