An amino acid supplement. L-Carnitine has several functions, one of which is to transfer fatty acids into cells for use as energy.
In the body, L-Carnitine is produced naturally in the liver and kidneys and stored primarily in muscle. Red meat and dairy produce are the main sources of carnitine in the diet.
Each bottle contains 90 capsules, delivering between 30 and 90 servings dependent on usage.
Take one to three capsules per day, or as prescribed by a health practitioner.
This is a food supplement and should be used in conjunction with a balanced diet.
In a two-piece gelatin capsule: Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Maltodextrin, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.