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L-Carnitine (Fat Burner)

1ml of L-carnitine via intramuscular 3ml of L-Carnitine via intravenous

  • 15 minutes
  • 35 US dollars
  • Bee Blossom Place

Service Description

L-carnitine is an amino acid derivative that plays a crucial role in the body’s energy production processes. As an injectable supplement, L-carnitine has been employed to support various health conditions, including heart and circulatory issues, as well as to enhance athletic performance. Recently, it has gained prominence for its potential benefits in promoting weight loss and improving overall well-being. Carnitine occurs in two main forms: D-carnitine and L-carnitine. They are isomers (or mirror images) of each other. L-carnitine, or levocarnitine, is the active form found in the body that transports fat to cells to be used as fuel in metabolic processes. D-carnitine does not occur naturally in humans. L-carnitine is synthesized in the brain, liver, and kidneys from the amino acids methionine and lysine and is critical to heart and brain function, muscle movement, and several other body processes. Insufficient carnitine can lead to problems in the liver, heart, and muscles. Carnitine is indicated in those with cardiovascular disease, renal (kidney) insufficiency, male infertility, diabetes, muscular disease, and HIV/AIDS. Helps turn fat into energy, which makes it an ideal supplement for fitness goals. L-Carnitine may help reduce muscle damage during resistance training. According to the National Institutes of Health, carnitine interacts with pivalate-conjugated antibiotics such as pivampicillin which are used in the treatment of urinary tract infections. Taking these antibiotics increases the excretion of pivaloyl-carnitine, which can lead to carnitine depletion. Carnitine also interacts with the anticonvulsants valproic acid, phenobarbital, phenytoin, or carbamazepine. Taking these have been shown to significantly decrease blood levels of carnitine. In addition, the use of valproic acid with or without other anticonvulsants may cause hepatotoxicity and increase plasma ammonia concentrations, leading to encephalopathy. Some common side effects include: – Nausea – Vomiting – Stuffy nose – Diarrhea – Restlessness – Insomnia – Body odor (“fishy” smell) Some serious side effects may include: – Tachycardia (fast heart rate) – Hypertension (high blood pressure) – Fever

Cancellation Policy

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Contact Details

  • Bee Blossom Pl, Riverview, FL 33579, USA

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