5 vials of 10 ml
The L-Carnitine is an oligopeptide consisting of two essential amino acids, lysine and methionine,which act as a natural constituent of cells and develop a role in the utilisation of lipids for themuscles. The best known function of carnitine is its essential role in transporting long-chain fattyacids into mitochondria for b-oxidation, thus being of fundamental importance in lipid catabolismand energy production for the myocardium and muscles.The lack of L-Carnitine prevents fats to be transported to the energetic point, where they will beburnt. As a consequence of the accumulation of fat results orange skin and cellulite. By contrast,the more L-Carnitine, the more fat is burnt and therefore, we loose weight, we recover energy andour resistance to cold and fatigue increases.Carnitine and its esters also protect cells from oxidative stress damages both by inhibiting freeradical propagation and by contributing to repair the oxidized membrane phospholipids.