Definitions for "L-Carnitine"
A nutrient that benefits the cardiovascular system in several ways. First, it is responsible for clearing fatty acids (triglycerides) out of the blood into the mitochondria (the energy powerhouse of the cells) to be broken down. Fatty acids are the major source for production of energy in the heart muscles. Mobilizes fatĀ in the body.
Category: nutrient / amino acid L-Carnitine is an amino acid. It is important for improving cardiovascular function. L-Carnitine has the ability to increase the use of fat as an energy source, thereby benefiting triglyceride metabolism. This also has the benefit of preventing fatty build-up in the heart and liver while improving muscle strength.
A naturally occurring substance in the body used in metabolism and energy production. Also available as a supplement.
Keywords:  collard, carob, kale, millet, hazel
As A Treatment"...Natural Sources Almonds (raw), apricots, artichokes, asparagus, bananas, beans, bee pollen, beet greens, brazil nuts (raw), brewer's yeast, broccoli, brussel sprouts, buckwheat, carob, cashew nuts (raw), chestnuts (raw), collard greens, garlic, hazel nuts (raw), kale, legumes (beans and peas), lentils, millet, mustard greens,..."
As A Treatment"...May Be Useful In Treatment Of ... BRAIN/ NERVOUS SYSTEM: Multiple sclerosis..."