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What Is The Difference Between L-Carnitine and Acetyl L-Carnitine? MassiveJoes.com MJ Q&A Carnitine

0 commentsUncategorizedAcetyl L-CarnitineCarnitinejoeJoe MencelJoesJosephJoseph Mencell-carnitineMassiveMassive JoesMassiveJoesMassiveJoes.comMencelMJ Q&AQ&A

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L-Carnitine for Weight Loss

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L-Carnitine is an amino acid that helps your body burn fat, but is it right for you? In the past 28 weeks, Keith has lost 62.2 pounds. We attribute most of that weight loss to his low-carb, high-fat diet, but he has used L-carnitine to support his weight loss. As he mentions in the video, he considers L-Carnitine an “insurance policy” that ensures his cells can burn fat. In the video, you’ll learn… *What L-Carnitine ….  Read More

L-Carnitine Consumption, Its Metabolism by Intestinal Micobiota, and Cardiovascular Health

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Mr. Mark McCarty, Science Director for NutriGuard, in Encinitas, CA, in his Commentary appearing in the August 2013 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, discusses the nutrient carnitine, its clinical utility, and recent concerns that the carnitine content of red meat might promote atherogenesis by giving rise to the metabolite TMAO. Available at: http://tinyurl.com/n72ta45