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What is L-Carnitine?

L-carnitine is a non-essential amino acid, which means that the body produces it naturally, from the amino acids lysine and methionine. It has the role of transporting long-chain fatty acids to cells’ mitochondria, where energy is created. There are two types, l-carnitine tartrate and acetyl l-carnitine — it’s the first that is most frequently used in fitness, and the latter which is created in the body.

What are the Benefits of L-Carnitine?

Our l-carnitine supplements are available as ready-to-mix powders, helping you to make sure you are getting the carnitine you need to support your fitness progress. They’re a convenient way to keep your daily intake of this amino acid topped up. As it’s an amino acid, l-carnitine naturally occurs in protein, which helps to build and repair muscle – crucial for any fitness goal.


Our L-Carnitine Products

Our l-carnitine supplements are suitable for any lifestyle - we have options that are completely gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan-friendly. They can easily be made part of any routine, as our powder can be added to any drink and the capsules can be taken with a meal - making staying topped up super-simple and hassle-free!


For a powdered supplement, see our 100% L-Carnitine Amino Acid Powder:

• 500mg of acetyl l-carnitine in every serving*

• Great for supporting muscle growth

• Can be used by vegetarians

• Perfect for adding to your usual shakes and juices


*Nutritional information will vary depending on flavour.


FAQs


What is the difference between l carnitine and acetyl l carnitine?

The acetyl group allows for the L-carnitine to cross the blood-brain barrier.


Is carnitine an essential amino acid?

No, carnitine is not an essential amino acid (although it is synthesized from essential amino acids).