L-Carnitine Tartrate delivers the purest form of L-Carnitine. This highly stable form is known for its superior solubility which makes this one of the most preferred derivatives of naturally occurring L-Carnitine. It is made from a combination of L-Carnitine and L-Tartaric Acid.
Fatty acid metabolism requires Carnitine. Fatty acids are converted to fatty acetylCoA, then combined with Carnitine before they are carried into the cells’ power plants, the mitochondria, to be oxidized.
L-Carnitine Tartrate is reported to have the same actions as the L-Carnitine manufactured naturally in the human body.
DID YOU KNOW?
The name Carnitine comes from the Latin “Carnus” meaning flesh and was originally isolated from meat. Meat is high in carnitine and the redder the meat, the higher the levels of carnitine.
- 100% pure powder
- Pharmaceutical grade
- Packed without fillers or flowing agents
> Specific Amino: L-Carnitine L-Tartrate
> Specific Weight: L-Carnitine L-Tartrate = 2500mg
Note: The above measurements display the amount of milligrams per amino equivalent to a 5ml metric teaspoon. Powders are loosely filled, levelled but not compacted.
HealthWise® Amino Powders are pure pharmaceutical grade powders and are packed by weight not volume, without the use of fillers or flowing agents. Some of the powders are slightly hygroscopic (retain moisture) and this can result in clumping. This can be broken apart with a spoon before taking or dissolved in water.
1 level teaspoon preferably split into 2 servings throughout the day.
Absorption is the key for good results with Carnitine. Insulin is the most effective agent at helping more L-Carnitine get inside muscle cells. So, by combining L-Carnitine with an insulin-elevating juice or carbohydrate snack, you can ensure maximum carnitine retention in muscle cells.
An effective serving of L-Carnitine Tartrate is 1000 to 2000 milligrams daily, usually split up into two servings.