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L-Carnitine for weight loss

L-Carnitine Injections for weight loss

L Carnitine Injections

L–Carnitine is a non- essential amino acid and plays a vital role in the normal functioning of the body and good health. It is produced in the body through chemical synthesis of dietary amino acids (lysine and methionine). It is found in animal products including fish, mean, milk and poultry among others.

L- Carnitine plays an important role on how energy is generated in the body. This is achieved by the transportation of long- chain fatty acids in the mitochondria. The nutrient has numerous benefits to the body including gaining muscles and losing/ burning fat.

A good number of individuals are always looking to lose some fat and this amino acid would be very beneficial for this application. The long chain fatty acids transferred in the presence of L-Carnitine include triglycerides. These fatty acids are transferred into the mitochondria where they are oxidized for the production of energy. In addition, it reduces fatigue and serves to suppress appetite. This is beneficial since the amino acid helps the individual feel full even when they are dieting.

The amino acid does not just prevent the body from storing fats, but also increases the aerobic capacity of an individual which helps in burning even more calories. The normal burning of fats requires the presence of L- Carnitine. For this reason, Carnitine has been marketed for years as a fat burning supplement and has given good results. The other benefit of the amino acid is that it supports the cardiovascular system. This is because approximately 70% of the metabolic energy needed by the heart to function normally is supplied by fatty acids. For this reason, the heart contains the highest level of L- Carnitine.

In addition to the metabolism of fats, the individual benefits from increased weight loss. A good number of studies have shown that L- Carnitine promotes the deposition of muscles instead of fats.

  • L- Carnitine can be found in several forms including:
  • Acetyl L- Carnitine,
  • L- Carnitine tartrate,
  • L- Carnitine fumarate, and
  • L- Carnitine base which is the most common.