L-Carnitine is a vitamin like nutrient related to the vitamin-B family and is a physiological substance essential for energy production. This process takes place in the mitochondria inside the cell. L-Carnitine is actually responsible for the transportation of fatty acids into the cell.
The richest natural sources of L-Carnitine are meats such as sheep, lamb, and beef. A great source of L-Carnitine is my liquid carnitine. It bypasses the liver to get into the blood stream quickly. Put one tablespoon in your water before and during workouts and then consume one tablespoon after workouts. It is a safe and effective way to improve fat burning during the thermogenic effect. L-carnitine is just another way of maximizing your physiology to burn the fat.
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