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Product Code: CARNIPLEX

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How is Carniplex different than your current L-Carnitine supplement?

First, if you are taking free form L-carnitine; your supplement is essentially a waste as it is the accepted standard that only 14-18% of free-form L-carnitine is absorbed. If your L-carnitine product contains either free form L-carnitine alone or free form L-carnitine as part of a magical combination done for nothing more than to get you excited about more forms of L-carnitine (in other words, its marketing!) then you should ditch that product immediately. In that sense, this is the single-most bioavailable carnitine complex on the market.

Defy Aging with
Age-related declines in mitochondrial function and increases in mitochondrial oxidant production are thought to be important contributors to the adverse effects of aging.
Tissue L-carnitine levels have been found to decline with age in humans & animals. One study found that feeding aged rats acetyl-L-carnitine (ALCAR) reversed the age-related declines in tissue L-carnitine levels and also reversed a number of age-related changes in liver mitochondrial function; however, high doses of ALCAR increased liver mitochondrial oxidant production. ALCAR supplementation in rats has also been shown to improve or reverse age-related mitochondrial declines in skeletal and cardiac muscle.

Unique Properties of ALCAR
Acetyl-L-Carnitine is a modified amino acid that supports cellular energy production by assisting in the transport of fat into the mitochondria where it is oxidized & converted into ATP (chemical energy for the cell). Acetyl-L-Carnitine is in a highly bioavailable form of L-Carnitine that can cross the blood-brain barrier, where it exerts an antioxidant effect, helps to maintain healthy cellular energy metabolism and
supports brain function.

Unique Properties of LCLT
In recent studies LCLT has been shown that 21 days of supplementation with 2 grams of LCLT in resistance trained individuals resulted in a significant up regulation of androgen receptor content.

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Rebouche CJ. Kinetics, pharmacokinetics, and regulation of L-carnitine and acetyl-L-carnitine metabolism. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1033:30-41, 2004.

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