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Time： 2021-05-05 17:37:56
Author： Hubei Shiluo Technology Co., Ltd
1.usage for L-carnitine Series
L-carnitine series is widely used in infant milk, nutrition supplements. Also used in beverage and food. And it can be used in pharmaceuticals, such as capsule.
2, what’s L-carnitine for?
L-carnitine is used as vitamin, and also it is called vitamin BT, and it can improve the weight,
It can promote long-chain fatty acids in the body & szlig;-oxidation, robes provide energy to the human body, can also protect the heart health, anti-aging, enhance immunity, improve male sperm quality, is also an essential nutrition supplement for infants, pregnant women and vegetarians. Can be taken in medicine and health products, sports drinks, baby food and animal feed.
Our body produces L-carnitine from the essential amino acid lysine via a specific biosynthetic pathway. Healthy individuals, including strict vegetarians, generally synthesize enough L-carnitine to prevent deficiency. However, certain conditions like pregnancy may result in increased excretion of L-carnitine, potentially increasing the risk for deficiency. (More information)
Because of its role in the transport of long-chain fatty acids from the cytosol to the mitochondrial matrix, L-carnitine is critical for mitochondrial fatty acid β-oxidation. (More information)
L-Carnitine supplement is indicated for the treatment of primary systemic carnitine deficiency, which is caused by mutations in the gene that codes for the carnitine transporter, OCTN2. (More information)
L-Carnitine is also approved for the treatment of carnitine deficiencies secondary to inherited diseases, such as propionyl-CoA carboxylase deficiency and medium chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency, and in patients with end-stage renal disease undergoing hemodialysis. (More information)
Evidence from randomized controlled trials suggests that L-carnitine or acylcarnitine esters may be useful adjuncts to standard medical treatment in individuals with cardiovascular disease. (More information)
Routine administration of L-carnitine to people with end-stage renal disease undergoing hemodialysis is not recommended unless it is to treat carnitine deficiency.
4,why we need L-carnitine?
L-carnitine is THE nutrient, the "ferry" so to speak, that shuttles fatty acids from the blood into the mitochondria, the energy producing "furnaces" in the cells, so that the fatty acids can be used as energy. If you want to use fat as a fuel as efficiently and effectively as possible, you need l-carnitine.
L-carnitine also helps improve endurance by inhibiting the build-up of lactic acid, one of the primary causes of fatigue.
L-carnitine has also been shown to reduce the accumulation of metabolic wastes during exercise. This helps increase workload output during exercise and enhancing recovery post-exercise.
5,Essential for athletic performance, heart health, and more for L-carnitine
L-carnitine is a natural substance found in food. However, L-carnitine is not considered an essential nutrient because the body can make L-carnitine from the amino acids lysine and methionine. L-carnitine is the nutrient that transports fatty acids to the mitochondria for use as a fuel source and research shows that muscle carnitine levels are rapidly depleted during exercise, even moderate exercise. A number of published studies on athletes have shown that l-carnitine supplementation supports exercise performance. Athletes need more carnitine than they are capable of producing endogenously (inside the body). L-carnitine may be particularly important during periods of intense exercise as L-carnitine may help to reduce post-exercise lactic acid accumulation and may increase maximal work output. L-carnitine may also preserve muscle glycogen levels during workouts. As reported in the majority of studies, an increase in maximal oxygen consumption and a lowering of the respiratory quotient indicate that dietary l-carnitine has the potential to stimulate lipid metabolism.
Athletes can safely consume l-carnitine in supplement form to justify replacement. If you are consuming supplemental l-carnitine, we recommend keeping your totals in the range of 2000 mg (2g) per day. A non-athlete who consumes large amounts of meats that contain l-carnitine does not need to supplement this substance. Animal meat not only generates bodily carnitine, it also generates a protein structure that drives weight gain, growth factors, and plaque formation.