In the diet, it mainly comes from meat and other animal products. The L-form of carnitine is the one found in nature and is biologically active. Although your body produces it, L-carnitine is considered a "conditionally essential" nutrient, since your health can be seriously impacted if it doesn't produce enough.
L-carnitine transports fat, especially long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria so they can be oxidized (“burned”) to produce energy. So consuming 4 g of L-carnitine in fat Killer could boost fat metabolization, which subsequently could contribute in weight loss. A study of (Galloway, et al. 2010) concluded that in addition to its fat-transporting work, L-carnitine also enhances insulin's actions on muscle cells. What this means is that L-carnitine can help keep blood glucose levels low, even after a carb-rich meal, while also aiding glycogen repletion.
Fat killer has 2 g of Acetyl-L-carnitine and 2 g of Glycine Propionyl- L-Carnitine.
Dissolve 1 scoop in a glass of water and drink.