- L-Carnitine is a non-essential amino acid that can be synthesized by the body, though supplemental intake ensures sufficiency.
- Found abundantly in red meats, carnitine is stored in skeletal muscles where it is needed to transform fatty acids into energy for muscular activity.
- Carnitine also facilitates the metabolism of long-chain fatty acids.
- It also increases stamina.
As a dietary supplement consume 1-2 serving per day. consume in divided doses, prior to meals on training days, consume one serving prior to exercise. Start with 1 capsule to assess tolerance.