L-Carnitine is essential for transporting long-chain fats into the cell. When L-Carnitine is consumed, it taps into your fat supply helps to provide support to burn it as fuel, resulting in increased energy. If you don’t take L-Carnitine, then these fats cannot be burned for energy and are instead shunted to stored body fat.
L-Carnitine also helps to enhance performance by increasing the body’s dependence on fat for energy; this reduces depletion of muscle glycogen. When you reduce the muscle tissue lactic acid build-up, then the performance you get using L-Carnitine can be extend duration of muscular exertion before fatigue.
L-Carnitine functions in conjunction with pantothenic acid or otherwise known as vitamin B5. Vitamin B5 is a important factor of coenzyme A. This is because it is involved in the transport of fatty acids into the mitochondria making it an essential component of L-Carnitine supplementation.
Allmax Nutrition Liquid L-Carnitine is in a liquid form making it a convenient and delicious way to get your pure L-Carnitine. Allmax provides only the utmost in quality and purity with rapid delivery, rapid absorption Liquid L-Carnitine.
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As a dietary supplement, one tablespoonful (15 ml) of Liquid L-Carnitine can be taken up to 2 times daily preferably on an empty stomach or as directed by a medical professional. On workout days, consume 30 to 60 minutes prior to training. On non-workout days, consume anytime throughout the day. Don’t forget to refrigerate after opening
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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