Carnitine is a compound formed in the body from the amino acids lysine and methionine and is stored primarily in muscles, heart, brain, and sperm.
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.