What is L-Carnitine and how can it help you to burn fat?
L-Carnitine is a substance similar to vitamins that boosts the production of energy by burning fat. It is widely used by athletes in the USA and Europe to achieve their workout goals. L-Carnitine latches onto your body fat and brings it into the mitochondria – the powerhouses of your cells. Here energy (ATP) is created by combining fats and sugars with oxygen:
√ Energy supply
√ Supports fat-burning
√ Safety and benefits indicated by clinical studies
Is L-Carnitine natural?
Your body needs and produces L-Carnitine. It is part of the natural fat-burning process. Normally your body produces L-Carnitine (with the help of iron and Vitamin C). L-Carnitine can also be found in food like red meat and fish contain L-Carnitine, but in smaller amounts: 150 gram of beef can have around 203 mg of L-Carnitine, while pollack contains around 20 mg. If you exercise a lot, your consumption of L-Carnitine can be higher than what your body can produce naturally. A limited supply of iron and Vitamin C can also limit your natural production of L-Carnitine.
What does Ceel L-CARNITINE contain?
L-Carnitine L-Tartrate 40 capsules (500mg)
√ No sugar
√ No preservation
√ All ingredients are GMP-Approved & Quality-Checked
How do you best use L-CARNITINE L-TARTRATE?
Take one capsule (500 mg) in the morning or around 30 minutes before your workout and consume with plenty of water. For the successful use of L-Carnitine it is important that you workout regularly and eat healthy.
Our tip: Are the capsules to big? Just pull them apart and blend the L-Carnitine with water or your protein drink.
Can you combine L-Carnitine with other food supplements?
L-Carnitine basically consists of amino acids, so you can combine it with your whey protein, BCAA, and also with creatine.
Our tip: You can improve the absorption of L-Carntine by consuming with carbohydrates.
Is L-CARNITINE L-TARTRATE safe?
Numerous clinical studies have indicated the benefit and safety for L-Carnitine L-Tartate in the recommended amount. For scientific reference see the website of the American National Institute of Health or the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). The EFSA allows a daily consumption of 1000 mg L-Carnitine.