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Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate + Alpha Lipoic Acid Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate + Alpha Lipoic Acid

Jarrow Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate + Alpha Lipoic Acid is a dietary supplement with a carefully selected blend of synergistic ingredients which supports mitochondrial function and energy production – acetyl-l-carnitine arginate and alpha lipoic acid. The acetylated form of l-carnitine has the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and thus much better bioavailability.

Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is a substance occurring naturally in the body which is characterised by high antioxidant activity. ALA neutralises effectively free radicals and has also the ability to bind heavy metals. What is more, ALA has a key role in regulating mitochondrial function. As a result, it promotes the body’s energy processes and may have a beneficial effect on age-related diseases in which a trigger factor is mitochondrial dysfunction.

Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALC, ALCAR) is an acetylated form of l-carnitine – a vitamin-like substance. L-carnitine plays a vital role in lipid metabolism and that is why it is believed to reduce body fat. L-carnitine takes part also in carbohydrate metabolism, provides acetyl groups for biosynthesis of acetylcholine and is involved in the transport of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs).

There are extremely interesting reports about a beneificial effect on L-carnitine on cardiovascular, kidney, liver and muscle diseases. Potential use of L-carnitine arouses interest of individuals doing competetive and recreational sport.

L-carnitine was isolated for the first time in 1905 from muscles (hence its name from the Latin carnus or meat). L-carnitine is formed in the body from two amino acids – lysine and methionine. L-carnitine is found primarily in the skeletal muscles, heart, kidneys, liver and the brain. The main dietary source of carnitine is meat and dairy products.

Requirements for L-carnitine increase, among other things, in the case of vegetarians, kidney and liver diseases and also after a great physical effort connected with e.g. hard work or vigorous workout.

Alpha lipoic acid and its significance for mitochondria
Alpha lipoic acid is a coenzyme for many mitochondrial enzymatic complexes which are involved in production of ATP (a energy molecule present in cells). ALA contributes to increasing glucose uptake in muscle cells. This promotes ATP production while speeding up energy replenishment. Owing to this mechanism, it is possible to do longer or more intense physical activity.

The role of L-carnitine in lipid metabolism
L-carnitine is involved in lipid metabolism. By carrying oxidation products of long-chain fatty acids from perixosomes to mitochondria, L-carnitine helps burn them to CO2 and H2O in the Krebs cycle. This means that this substance is responsible for transporting long-chain fatty acids into mitochondria where they are subject to many metabolic processes, resulting in energy production necessary for normal function of body cells.

What is more, l-carnitine takes part in removing medium- and short-chain fatty acids which may show a toxic effect on the body in acyl-CoA compounds. Some drugs like ampicillin can be removed from the body when they are administered with l-carnitine. Because of that, l-carnitine is vital to detoxification processes of body cells.

L-carnitine and the body’s physical performance
L-carnitine is critical to the normal ratio of acetyl-CoA to CoA in cells. It increases availability of CoA for oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvate. Owing to that, it helps maintain the Krebs cycle. As a result, it can be useful in reducing lactic acid build up and increasing VO2max which can have a beneficial effect on the body’s physical performance.

It has been demonstrated that l-carnitine takes part in metabolism of branched amino acids – valine, leucine and isoleucine, and has a significant role in carbohydrate metabolism. High l-carnitine levels in muscles may contribute to reducing glycogen utilization for energy production. Consequently, their benefits can be enjoyed by individuals doing a long workout.

To sum up, Jarrow Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate + Alpha Lipoic Acid is a dietary supplement which increases the body’s energy storage and is thus recommended for strenuous physical and mental activity. The formula improves also lipid metabolism and may prove useful when reducing body fat. In addition, cardioprotective, neuroprotective and nootropic properties of this product account for its wide range of medicinal uses.

 

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  • Enhances mental and physical performance
  • Helps reduce body fat
  • Has nootropic and neuroprotective properties
  • Maintains the body’s lipid balance
  • May improve the overall blood lipid profile
  • Promotes mitochondrial energy production
  • Improves concentration and alertness
  • Increases resistance to overload and fatigue

Jarrow Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate + Alpha Lipoic Acid is a dietary supplement with a carefully selected blend of synergistic ingredients which supports mitochondrial function and energy production – acetyl-l-carnitine arginate and alpha lipoic acid. The acetylated form of l-carnitine has the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and thus much better bioavailability.

Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is a substance occurring naturally in the body which is characterised by high antioxidant activity. ALA neutralises effectively free radicals and has also the ability to bind heavy metals. What is more, ALA has a key role in regulating mitochondrial function. As a result, it promotes the body’s energy processes and may have a beneficial effect on age-related diseases in which a trigger factor is mitochondrial dysfunction.

Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALC, ALCAR) is an acetylated form of l-carnitine – a vitamin-like substance. L-carnitine plays a vital role in lipid metabolism and that is why it is believed to reduce body fat. L-carnitine takes part also in carbohydrate metabolism, provides acetyl groups for biosynthesis of acetylcholine and is involved in the transport of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs).

There are extremely interesting reports about a beneificial effect on L-carnitine on cardiovascular, kidney, liver and muscle diseases. Potential use of L-carnitine arouses interest of individuals doing competetive and recreational sport.

L-carnitine was isolated for the first time in 1905 from muscles (hence its name from the Latin carnus or meat). L-carnitine is formed in the body from two amino acids – lysine and methionine. L-carnitine is found primarily in the skeletal muscles, heart, kidneys, liver and the brain. The main dietary source of carnitine is meat and dairy products.

Requirements for L-carnitine increase, among other things, in the case of vegetarians, kidney and liver diseases and also after a great physical effort connected with e.g. hard work or vigorous workout.

Alpha lipoic acid and its significance for mitochondria
Alpha lipoic acid is a coenzyme for many mitochondrial enzymatic complexes which are involved in production of ATP (a energy molecule present in cells). ALA contributes to increasing glucose uptake in muscle cells. This promotes ATP production while speeding up energy replenishment. Owing to this mechanism, it is possible to do longer or more intense physical activity.

The role of L-carnitine in lipid metabolism
L-carnitine is involved in lipid metabolism. By carrying oxidation products of long-chain fatty acids from perixosomes to mitochondria, L-carnitine helps burn them to CO2 and H2O in the Krebs cycle. This means that this substance is responsible for transporting long-chain fatty acids into mitochondria where they are subject to many metabolic processes, resulting in energy production necessary for normal function of body cells.

What is more, l-carnitine takes part in removing medium- and short-chain fatty acids which may show a toxic effect on the body in acyl-CoA compounds. Some drugs like ampicillin can be removed from the body when they are administered with l-carnitine. Because of that, l-carnitine is vital to detoxification processes of body cells.

L-carnitine and the body’s physical performance
L-carnitine is critical to the normal ratio of acetyl-CoA to CoA in cells. It increases availability of CoA for oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvate. Owing to that, it helps maintain the Krebs cycle. As a result, it can be useful in reducing lactic acid build up and increasing VO2max which can have a beneficial effect on the body’s physical performance.

It has been demonstrated that l-carnitine takes part in metabolism of branched amino acids – valine, leucine and isoleucine, and has a significant role in carbohydrate metabolism. High l-carnitine levels in muscles may contribute to reducing glycogen utilization for energy production. Consequently, their benefits can be enjoyed by individuals doing a long workout.

To sum up, Jarrow Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate + Alpha Lipoic Acid is a dietary supplement which increases the body’s energy storage and is thus recommended for strenuous physical and mental activity. The formula improves also lipid metabolism and may prove useful when reducing body fat. In addition, cardioprotective, neuroprotective and nootropic properties of this product account for its wide range of medicinal uses.

 

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Container size: 100 capsulesServing size: 1 capsuleServings per container: 100
per 1 capsuleamount%RDA
Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate 500 mg**
Acetyl-L-Carnitine200 mg**
Arginine170 mg**
Alpha Lipoic Acid100 mg**

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Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate (Vegetable Source) And Silicon Dioxide. Bovine Gelatin (Capsule)

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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.

Arginine

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Arginine is an exogenous amino acid, it is a component of dietary proteins, not always synthesized in the human body in necessary quantity, so it is necessary to deliver it in the form of synthetics. It takes part in the biosynthesis agmatine, creatine and nitrogen oxides. The use of supplements containing arginine before workout increases the exercise capacity (strength, endurance). Used after considerable effort intensifies the transfer of energy and building compounds and intensifies the process of recovery. Used at bedtime in combination with lysine and ornithine enhances the synthesis of growth hormone. takes part in the intrasystemic synthesis of creatine. Arginine (as a precursor of ornithine) is involved in the urea cycle, increases the flow of blood in the circulatory system, increases sexual potency (in a short time after application). It affects the body's immunity preventing infections, and lowers blood pressure. In supplements – usually as alpha-ketoglutarate.

 

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