L-CARNITINE 1,500MG

OVUKRC1139
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Vegan
1 tablets, 1 time(s) per day

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Capsule / Tablet Size

Suitability

Dosage

Category

Women Pregnancy

Ingredients

P0011 - Calcium Carbonate DC grade 95%, min 36% elemental Calcium
P0014 - L-Carnitine Tartrate 98%, actual L-Carnitine min 67.2% and actual L-Tartaric acid min 30.8%
P0035 - Magnesium Stearate
P0075 - Microcrystaline Cellulose
P0088 - Silicon Dioxide 99%
P0204 - Stearic Acid Powder, min 40%

Description

Carnitine is a natural structure that is produced in the body, and is derived from amino acids. It is an essential nutrient, and it converts fat into energy. It gets its name from the Latin �caro/carnis� (meaning flesh), as it was first extracted from meat, in 1905. As it has a key metabolic function, Carnitine is concentrated in tissues like skeletal and cardiac muscle that metabolize fatty acids as an energy source. Often very small or premature babies can�t make enough carnitine by themselves so they require milk that has been fortified with it.

Benefits

L-Carnitine Tartrate
Carnitine is a natural structure that is produced in the body, and is derived from amino acids. It is an essential nutrient, and it converts fat into energy. It gets its name from the Latin �caro/carnis� (meaning flesh), as it was first extracted from meat, in 1905. As it has a key metabolic function, Carnitine is concentrated in tissues like skeletal and cardiac muscle that metabolize fatty acids as an energy source. Often very small or premature babies can�t make enough carnitine by themselves so they require milk that has been fortified with it.

Calcium
Calcium is one of the most well-known compounds, particularly when it comes to health. It is the most common metal in the human body, and is the third most common metal in the earth�s crust. Its name derives from the Latin calx �lime�, because previously calcium was obtained by heating limestone. Some calcium compounds were known to the ancients, but their actual chemistry was unknown until the seventeenth century. Pure calcium was isolated in 1808 via electrolysis of calcium oxide by Humphry Davy, who named the element. Calcium compounds are widely used in many industries: in foods and pharmaceuticals for calcium supplementation, in the paper industry as bleaches, as components in cement and electrical insulators, and in the manufacture of soaps.

Calcium also has a lot of health benefits. It supports normal muscle function, in addition to contributing to the normal energy-yielding metabolism, and playing a role in the normal function of digestive enzymes. Calcium also supports normal blood clotting, normal bones, and normal teeth.