Brief description of carnitine
Carnitine is one of the most important amino acids for athletes and is involved in numerous body functions, such as fat metabolism.
Peak Carnitine is enriched with the vitamin-like substance choline and a vitamin B complex, which contributes to a normal fat and energy metabolism and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
What can I expect from carnitine?
Carnitine is an amino acid that, due to its function, is often supplemented during a diet or after training. The carnitine formula can help, among other things, to keep your fat metabolism and energy metabolism at a normal level and reduce the symptoms of fatigue that are common during a diet.
The overall effects of supplementation with carnitine depend very much on your exercise, your eating habits and the use of supplementary supplements and sports nutrition (BCAAs, stimulants).
So that the strong but short functional boost of carnitine does not fizzle out, you have to adjust the amount of all basic substrates to your individual training or diet goals and, above all, to supply proteins as consistently as possible throughout the day.
Functionality and mode of action of carnitine:
Carnitine is a naturally occurring amino acid that is found in large quantities in red meat.
Carnitine is required for the transport of long-chain fatty acids from the cytoplasm of the cells into the mitochondria, the "energy power plants", for ß-oxidation. The β-oxidation includes the biochemical mechanism for the breakdown of fatty acids.
The function of the carnitine is enhanced by choline, which also fulfills a function in fat metabolism and contributes to its normal functioning, as well as the B vitamins niacin and thiamine. These also contribute to normal energy metabolism (niacin and thiamine) and to reduce tiredness and fatigue (niacin).
Consume 2 capsules a day, preferably in the morning or before physical exertion.