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Doctor's Best, L-Carnitine Fumarate with Biosint Carnitines, 855 mg, 60 Veggie Caps

Item # : 1386
Manufacturer SKU : 753950001060
Product Code : DB0106
Package Details : 60 Veggie Caps
Serving Size : 1 Capsule
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 60 Days
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Doctor's Best, L-Carnitine Fumarate with Biosint Carnitines, 855 mg, 60 Veggie Caps
Price(र)  : 3356.00
Offer (र)  : 3020.00
Quantity

Ships in 10 to 12 days

Expiry Date : 31/03/2021

Description:

•   Dietary Supplement
•   Science-Based Nutrition
•   Helps the Body Burn Fat
•   Featuring Italian-Made Carnitine
•   Helps the body burn fat for energy.
•   Helps maintain normal cardiovascular health.

L-Carnitine is a nutrient that promotes energy production in cells by transporting fatty acids into the mitochondrion, an intracellular structure that generates metabolic energy in the form of ATP. In this role, L-carnitine helps the body efficiently metabolize fat. Fumarate is a naturally occurring compound in the body. Fumarate serves as an intermediate in the Krebs cycle, a key energy-producing process that takes place in the mitochondrion. The L-Carnitine Fumarate in this product is derived from a base of pharmaceutical grade L-Carnitine manufactured by a patented, FDA-approved process. It is GMO-free, pesticide-free and BSE free.

 

Suggested Use:

Take 1 to 4 capsules daily, without food.

 

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule

Servings Per Container: 60 Servings

 

Amount Per Serving

%DV

L-Carnitine Fumarate (yielding 500 mg L-Carnitine)

855 mg

† Daily Value not established.

 

Other Ingredients:

Magnesium stearate (vegetable source), silicon dioxide, vegetable-derived capsule.

Suitable for vegetarians.

Contains nothing other than listed ingredients.

Q. Which one is better for weight loss L-Carnitine OR Acetyl L-Carnitine?
A.L carnitine is better for weight loss, but a combination of both is recommended.

Q.Can I take L-Carnitine and Carnitine together?
A.Yes, you may take both the supplement together.

Q.What is Carnitine and where does it come from?
A.Carnitine is classified as an amino acid, although it is not an amino acid in the classic sense. Amino acids are generally used by the body for protein synthesis and/or as a neurotransmitter. Carnitine, which is closely related to B vitamins, is primarily used to facilitate the transport of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria of cells for energy production. This process provides muscular energy by burning fat, and also prevents fatty build-up around vital organs. Muscle cells that use the most energy, particularly the heart, can benefit by having adequate carnitine levels. Natural Carnitine is found primarily in red meat, so vegetarians may need to supplement to ensure healthy levels in their bodies.

Q.What are the uses of L-Carnitine ?
A.L-carnitine helps to reduce oxidative stress and has been either used or proposed to be used to treat a variety of health conditions as an adjunct therapy, meaning it is used in addition to other medical treatments. Conditions treated with carnitine include: angina, heart failure, Alzheimer's disease, kidney disease, male Infertility, chronic fatigue syndrome and hyperthyroidism. L-carnitine has also been marketed as both a weight loss product and an athletic endurance enhancing product, although there is a lack of scientific research backing up those claims.

Q.What food have L-Carnitine ?
A. Meat and Poultry:
The best sources of L-carnitine are animal products such as meat and poultry. Good sources of meat include ground beef and beefsteak. Other good sources include chicken breast and codfish.
Dairy Products:
Dairy products can be a rich source of L-carnitine. Good choices include whole milk, cheddar cheese and ice cream. Other dairy sources include yogurt and cottage cheese.
Grains and Vegetables:
Grains and vegetables offer a lesser supply of carnitine than do animal products. However, they contain small amounts. Including grains such as whole-wheat bread, whole-wheat pasta and brown rice can supply carnitine. Among fruits and vegetables, asparagus and avocado are sources of carnitine, according to the Linus Pauling Institute.