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L-Carnitine L-Tartrate L-Carnitine L-Tartrate

Raw Series L-Carnitine Tartrate is a dietary supplement containing L-carnitine tartrate, the purest and most stable form of L-carnitine available. The preparation helps to reduce adipose tissue, increases energy levels, and has a beneficial effect on the durability of the organism.

L-Carnitine is a substance that occurs naturally in the cells of the human organism. It is synthesised from lysine and methionine in the liver, the brain, and the kidneys. Carnitine is present in the organism in the form of two isomers – L and D; however, only L-carnitine exhibits biological activity.

The greatest amounts of L-carnitine are deposited in skeletal muscles and the heart (up to approximately 98%), and the remaining part is located in the liver and the kidneys. L-Carnitine is also found in other organs and extracellular fluids, for example in the brain and in semen.

The main source of L-carnitine in the diet is meat (mainly mutton, beef, pork, fish) and dairy products. The substance can also be found in plant products (avocado, soy, cereals) but its content is much smaller in their case.

History of the discovery of L-carnitine
The substance was first isolated in 1905 from muscles, hence its name (meat – Lat. carnus). At first, L-carnitine was considered one of the vitamins of the B complex because it was observed to have a similar mechanism of activity. Back then it was referred to as vitamin BT, as its deficiency in food resulted in the deposition of fat in Tenebrio molitor larvae. However, L-carnitine cannot be called a vitamin because it does not meet all the requirements. Therefore, similarly to coenzyme Q10, it is one of vitamin-like substances, the so-called quasi-vitamins.

Factors affecting increased L-carnitine demand
An increased risk of L-carnitine deficiency can occur among people who are malnourished, follow an imbalanced diet, or avoid products of animal origin (vegans, vegetarians). The demand for L-carnitine increases in the case of heavy physical effort connected, for example, with work of training.

It is extremely important that during physical effort, the total amount of L-carnitine in muscles does not change but the proportion of its free form to the esterified form is distorted. It has been observed that after physical activity lasting as little as 10 minutes, free carnitine constitutes only 40%, while its esters – 60%. It has also been demonstrated that the levels of L-carnitine and its esters in muscles decrease with age.

L-Carnitine synthesis requires amino acids methionine and lysine, as well as vitamin C, B3, B6, and iron; that is why an insufficient supply of the components can lead to reduced L-carnitine production. As L-carnitine is synthesised mainly in the liver, the brain, and the kidneys, diseases of those organs can also have a negative effect on its levels in the organism.

Increased energy production from fat
L-Carnitine has the ability to transport hydrophobic fatty acids through the mitochondrial membrane, which is often impermeable for that type of compounds. That property makes it possible for L-carnitine to oxidise and transport long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria, where they can be transformed in a way that releases the energy essential for the normal functioning of cells in the organism.

Help in detoxification
L-Carnitine also help to remove medium- and short-chain fatty acids from the mitochondria, which can be found in the form of bonds of acyl-CoA and can exhibit toxic properties when in excess. As a result of enzymatic reactions, L-carnitine binds with them and forms esters, which are then removed from the organism with urine. In that way, L-carnitine supports detoxification processes in the body. The substance also helps to eliminate some drugs from the organism, like ampicillin.

Improvement of exercise capacity
The substance is responsible for converting acetyl-CoA into acetylcarnitine and CoA, thanks to which it helps to increase the availability of CoA, a compound necessary for the oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvate, and to maintain the right proportion of acetyl-CoA to CoA in cells. That has a beneficial effect on the process of the Krebs cycle and helps to increase the organism’s exercise possibilities by increasing VO2max.

Accelerated adipose tissue burning
L-Carnitine helps to increase the use of fatty acids as a source of energy by as much as up to 70%, it stimulates the process of their burning and helps to reduce redundant adipose tissue.

Moreover, L-carnitine participates in lipid metabolism. It has been proven that thanks to the participation in energy metabolism of fatty acids, L-carnitine helps to reduce the concentration of cholesterol and triglycerides. As a result, L-carnitine can serve as an element of diabetes and atherosclerosis prevention and improves the organism’s tolerance to increased physical effort.

L-carnitine participates in the metabolic transformations of branched fatty acids (leucine, isoleucine, and valine) and is responsible for their oxidation and use in the process of gluconeogenesis. What is more, it reduces the use of glycogen for energy purposes, which is extremely important in the case of long-lasting physical activity.

To sum up, Raw Series, L-Carnitine Tartrate is a dietary supplement which supports adipose tissue burning, increases the production of energy in the organism, and enhances exercise capacity. It is recommended especially for people who do sports requiring durability and for those who want to get rid of excess adipose tissue efficiently and safely. 

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  • Supports adipose tissue reduction
  • Helps to regulate blood lipid levels
  • Increases energy reserves in organism
  • Increases organism’s physical durability
  • Helps to boost energy by burning fat
  • Helps to remove toxic substances from organism
  • Prevents premature fatigue during workout
  • Supports functioning of heart and skeletal muscles

Raw Series L-Carnitine Tartrate is a dietary supplement containing L-carnitine tartrate, the purest and most stable form of L-carnitine available. The preparation helps to reduce adipose tissue, increases energy levels, and has a beneficial effect on the durability of the organism.

L-Carnitine is a substance that occurs naturally in the cells of the human organism. It is synthesised from lysine and methionine in the liver, the brain, and the kidneys. Carnitine is present in the organism in the form of two isomers – L and D; however, only L-carnitine exhibits biological activity.

The greatest amounts of L-carnitine are deposited in skeletal muscles and the heart (up to approximately 98%), and the remaining part is located in the liver and the kidneys. L-Carnitine is also found in other organs and extracellular fluids, for example in the brain and in semen.

The main source of L-carnitine in the diet is meat (mainly mutton, beef, pork, fish) and dairy products. The substance can also be found in plant products (avocado, soy, cereals) but its content is much smaller in their case.

History of the discovery of L-carnitine
The substance was first isolated in 1905 from muscles, hence its name (meat – Lat. carnus). At first, L-carnitine was considered one of the vitamins of the B complex because it was observed to have a similar mechanism of activity. Back then it was referred to as vitamin BT, as its deficiency in food resulted in the deposition of fat in Tenebrio molitor larvae. However, L-carnitine cannot be called a vitamin because it does not meet all the requirements. Therefore, similarly to coenzyme Q10, it is one of vitamin-like substances, the so-called quasi-vitamins.

Factors affecting increased L-carnitine demand
An increased risk of L-carnitine deficiency can occur among people who are malnourished, follow an imbalanced diet, or avoid products of animal origin (vegans, vegetarians). The demand for L-carnitine increases in the case of heavy physical effort connected, for example, with work of training.

It is extremely important that during physical effort, the total amount of L-carnitine in muscles does not change but the proportion of its free form to the esterified form is distorted. It has been observed that after physical activity lasting as little as 10 minutes, free carnitine constitutes only 40%, while its esters – 60%. It has also been demonstrated that the levels of L-carnitine and its esters in muscles decrease with age.

L-Carnitine synthesis requires amino acids methionine and lysine, as well as vitamin C, B3, B6, and iron; that is why an insufficient supply of the components can lead to reduced L-carnitine production. As L-carnitine is synthesised mainly in the liver, the brain, and the kidneys, diseases of those organs can also have a negative effect on its levels in the organism.

Increased energy production from fat
L-Carnitine has the ability to transport hydrophobic fatty acids through the mitochondrial membrane, which is often impermeable for that type of compounds. That property makes it possible for L-carnitine to oxidise and transport long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria, where they can be transformed in a way that releases the energy essential for the normal functioning of cells in the organism.

Help in detoxification
L-Carnitine also help to remove medium- and short-chain fatty acids from the mitochondria, which can be found in the form of bonds of acyl-CoA and can exhibit toxic properties when in excess. As a result of enzymatic reactions, L-carnitine binds with them and forms esters, which are then removed from the organism with urine. In that way, L-carnitine supports detoxification processes in the body. The substance also helps to eliminate some drugs from the organism, like ampicillin.

Improvement of exercise capacity
The substance is responsible for converting acetyl-CoA into acetylcarnitine and CoA, thanks to which it helps to increase the availability of CoA, a compound necessary for the oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvate, and to maintain the right proportion of acetyl-CoA to CoA in cells. That has a beneficial effect on the process of the Krebs cycle and helps to increase the organism’s exercise possibilities by increasing VO2max.

Accelerated adipose tissue burning
L-Carnitine helps to increase the use of fatty acids as a source of energy by as much as up to 70%, it stimulates the process of their burning and helps to reduce redundant adipose tissue.

Moreover, L-carnitine participates in lipid metabolism. It has been proven that thanks to the participation in energy metabolism of fatty acids, L-carnitine helps to reduce the concentration of cholesterol and triglycerides. As a result, L-carnitine can serve as an element of diabetes and atherosclerosis prevention and improves the organism’s tolerance to increased physical effort.

L-carnitine participates in the metabolic transformations of branched fatty acids (leucine, isoleucine, and valine) and is responsible for their oxidation and use in the process of gluconeogenesis. What is more, it reduces the use of glycogen for energy purposes, which is extremely important in the case of long-lasting physical activity.

To sum up, Raw Series, L-Carnitine Tartrate is a dietary supplement which supports adipose tissue burning, increases the production of energy in the organism, and enhances exercise capacity. It is recommended especially for people who do sports requiring durability and for those who want to get rid of excess adipose tissue efficiently and safely. 

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Container size: 50 gServing size: 1 gServings per container: 50
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L-Carnitine L-Tartrate1000 mg*
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L-Carnitine

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L-carnitine is a vitamin-like substance, synthesized in the body from amino acids (lysine and methionine) and available in foods of animal origin. It is a component of muscle (including cardiac muscle) and nerve tissue. Involved in the metabolism of fats affecting the transport of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria of the cell, facilitating their burning and energy production. It is a potent antioxidant, contributing to the improvement of the aerobic condition and accelerating the recovery after intense exercise. Recommended for use for representatives of endurance sports. In the sports supplementation there are available mono-preparation of carnitine (in liquid form, acetylated [ALC], esterified [see. Propionyl-L-carnitine]) and multicomponent (e.g. in a complex with organic acids - see. L-carnitine tartrate) energetic, weight loss and improving the exercise capacity supplements, to be purchased at www.muscle-zone.pl
Dosage: 1 - 3 g per day in 1 - 3 doses, preferably about 45 - 60 minutes prior to exercise.

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