What are the benefits of L-Argenine and L-Carnitine?
I want to work out and understand these are good supplements, but I would like to know more.
L-Aginine helps dilate the blood vessels, helping with endurance, recovery, lowering lactic acid, helping send nutrients and oxygen to the muscles. The best form to use L-Arginine is in a modified form which you can get in products like BSN Nitrix, NO2, VPX Muscle Nitrious, etc…
L-Carnitine is an amino acid that acts like a transport, to move fat to be burned off for energy.
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Can anyone give me advise on l carnitine. What are the side effects, what are the benefits, where can i buy it?
You can buy it anywhere that sells vitamins, CVS, Walgreens, Wal-Mart. Some stores have it in the area where they sell protein shakes, weight loss products. I have taken it before to help with weight loss and say save your money. But if you are set on taking it, side effects I found on line (I had none) include skin rash, nausea, vomiting, aggitation and body odor.
What is L Carnitine. What are its benefits and side effects. Within what time it starts giving results.?
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Carnitine is a quaternary ammonium compound biosynthesized from the amino acids lysine and methionine In living cells, it is required for the transport of fatty acids from the cytosol into the mitochondria during the breakdown of lipids (or fats) for the generation of metabolic energy. It is often sold as a nutritional supplement. Carnitine was originally found as a growth factor for mealworms and labeled vitamin Bt. Carnitine exists in two stereoisomers: its biologically active form is L-carnitine, while its enantiomer, D-carnitine, is biologically inactive.
“Although L-carnitine has been marketed as a weight-loss supplement, there is no scientific
evidence to date to show that it improves weight loss. ”
Regular supplements of L-carnitine, however, contribute to energy metabolism and improved neurotransmitter function in the brain in elderly.
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