Which L-carnitine is best for relieving hyperthyroid symptoms?
L-carnitine fumarate is supposed to benefit the body most & L-carnitine acetyl benefits the mind. Because of that I would think that the L-carnitine fumarate would work best but maybe not. Nothing I’ve read has been specific about which L-carnitine to use for hyperthyroid only that it may prevent it or relieve symptoms.
If you’re looking for a good brand, Montiff is an excellent choice- it’s almost pharmaceutical grade. Stay away from the generic brand name stuff you see at health food stores.
Should I supplement with the following amino acids: methionine, carnitine, CLA?
I read that CLA, Methionine, and Carnitine are beneficial amino acids for weight managment, muscle retnetion, etc.
I excercise daily, strength train a few times per week, and a fairly healthy diet. I don’t eat red meat or dairy.
Is it safe to use these supplements and is there benefit?
I use carnitine. It seems to help. I also do not eat red meat or dairy.
Acetyl-l-carnitine and choline supplements?
I am taking 1000mg acetyl-l-carnitine and 500mg choline. They both help with the synthesis of acetylcholine. What are the differences between the two and what is the benefits of taking both of them?
I am mainly using them to improve mental alertness/focus and energy and they are working tremendously.
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