|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Certification:||GMP , ISO 9001:2008|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10g|
|Packaging Details:||Disguised Package|
|Delivery Time:||2 Working Days|
|Payment Terms:||Bank Transfer - Bitcoin - Western Union - MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100 KG/Month|
|Appearance:||White Powder||Usage:||Weight Loss|
|Shipping Method:||EMS, HKEMS, FEDEX, DHL, UPS, Aramex, ETC||Color:||White|
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|Appearance||White Crystalline Powder||White Crystalline Powder|
|Identification||IR & NMR spectrum||IR & NMR spectrum|
|Specific Rotation||(-)9.5° ~ (-)11.0°||(-)10.4°|
|PH||3.0 ~ 4.5||3.5|
|Loss On Drying||0.5%max||0.10%|
|Residue on ignition||0.50% max||0.20%|
|Heavy Metals(As Pb)||10ppm max||Complies|
|Total Plate Count||1000cfu/gm||Complies|
L-Carnitine is an amino acid composite - one of the building blocks of protein. It is known to increase the number of androgen receptors in muscles. These receptors allow muscle to utilize testosterone resulting in an enhanced ability to build muscle. It also enhances the body's ability to metabolize fat thereby enhancing energy levels. For body builders, this means faster muscle building and for dieters, the combination of L-Carnitine and exercise enhances fat burning. L-Carnitine has become a popular supplement in the fitness industry and is now available in both oral and injectable supplements.
L-Carnitine benefits health,along with being used to turn fat into energy.To achieve the purpose of weight loss, Lowering triglycerides, Improving cognitive abilities, memory boost and Natural antioxidant,
L-Carnitine is used in drugs, Nutrition and health care products, Energy drinks and feed additives.
Carnitine is a nonessential amino acid formed in the kidneys from the amino acids lysine and methionine. ("Nonessential" means the body is able to produce the amino acid on its own.) Carnitine aids in converting fatty acids into energy used by muscles throughout the body. It is stored in the skeletal muscles, heart, brain, and sperm.
The heart contains the most carnitine of any organ in the body. Those suffering several heart or circulation conditions may benefit from additional carnitine intake. The heart requires a lot of energy, and carnitine appears to help it function better.
Each capsule of our product contains 500 mg of acetyl L-carnitine. A pharmaceutical company manufactures our product under strict quality-control standards without the use of harsh solvents. In our regulatory system, the manufacturing process is regulated to the same high standards as over-the-counter drugs.
Mechanisms of Action
L-carnitine cannot participate in protein biosynthesis, but it promotes ketone body utilization and nitrogen generation to an extent. Its main function is to promote fatty acid beta oxidation, which occurs in the liver and the mitochondria of other tissue cells. It is known that free fatty acids and acyl coenzyme A cannot penetrate the inner mitochondrial membrane, but acylcarnitine can do so swiftly. Thus, it is determined that L-carnitine is the carrier that transports fatty acid and acyl forms into the mitochondrial membrane.
The mechanisms of this transporting process are still unknown, but it is certain that carnitine acyl-CoA transferase is the key enzyme in this process. It has two isoenzymes, one of which is carnitine acyl-CoA transferase I, positioned on the outer side of the membrane. When fatty acid is catalyzed by acyl-CoA-synthatase to produce acyl-CoA, it is transported by carnitine acyl-CoA transferase I into the membrane. After it has entered the membrane, it is catalyzed by the second isoenzyme - carnitine acyl-CoA transferase II – to turned into a form of acyl-CoA that can be directly utilized by fatty acid catabolic enzymes. Afterwards, it releases energy through processes such as dehydrogenation and deoxygenation.
L-carnitine can also adjust the acyl ratio in mitochondria, thus affecting energy metabolism. L-carnitine can participate in the transportation of branched chain amino acid metabolites, which encourages the regular metabolism of branched chain amino acid.
Usually, your body can make all the carnitine it needs. Some people, however, may not have enough carnitine because their bodies cannot make enough or cannot transport it into tissues so it can be used. Other conditions, such as angina or intermittent claudication, can also cause low levels of carnitine in the body, as can some medications.
Carnitine has been proposed as a treatment for many conditions because it acts as an antioxidant. Antioxidants fight harmful particles in the body known as free radicals, which damage cells and tamper with DNA. Antioxidants can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or help prevent some of the damage they cause.
Carnitine may help treat are certain conditions. Serious diseases require conventional medical treatment, and you should talk to your health care provider before taking carnitine. For other conditions, such as fatigue or improving athletic performance, carnitine seems safe but may not help much.
1. Lost weight
2. Reduction of nervous tension
3. Promote cardiovascular patient rehabilitation
4. Enhance immunity, accelerate the rate of protein synthesis
5. Promote wound healing, protection of cell membrane stability
How to Take L-carnitine
The standard dose for L-carnitine is between 500-2,000mg.
There are various forms of carnitine supplementation available. Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is used for cognitive enhancement. L-Carnitine L-Tartrate (LCLT) is typically used for physical performance and power output. Glycine Propionyl L-Carnitine (GPLC) is used to alleviate intermittent claudication and blood flow issues.
300 mg - 500 mg when normally fatigued
750 mg bis 2,000 mg during fat loss
1,500 mg - 3,000 mg to improve the erection.
L-carnitine is supplemented daily.
The equivalent dosage range for other forms of L-carnitine are as follows: 630-2,500mg (ALCAR), 1,000-4,000mg (LCLT) and 1,000-4,000mg (GPLC).
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