With Carnitin Pro by IronMaxx®, you get a nutritional supplement which has been a well-kept secret among top athletes for years. Carnitin Pro helps the body to achieve an all-round increase in its performance potential. Unpleasant side-effects of intensive physical training, for example muscle strain and mental and physical exhaustion, are reduced.
What is L-carnitine?
L-carnitine is a semi-essential nutrient which is similar to a vitamin. It plays an important role in the body's energy balance, because it helps to transport fatty acids to mitochondria. This is where fats are split and energy is released. L-carnitine also simplifies the intake of oxygen during physical activity. An appropriate supply of L-carnitine helps to prevent the muscles and circularatory system from becoming exhausted.
Possible symptoms of L-carnitine deficiency
- Fast weight gain (storage of fat deposits)
- Fatty degeneration of heart, liver and muscle tissue
- Fast exhaustion and reduction in performance
- Muscle weakness, muscular atrophy, tiredness
- Longer recovery periods after physical activity
- Weakening of immune system
- Deterioration of blood parameters, e.g. haematocrit and haemoglobin levels
Support your fat metabolism!
L-carnitine can aid the body in accessing fat reserves. Physical exertion, in combination with the provision of L-carnitine, is an essentiial part of effective fat metabolism. Nowadays, there are a large number of diets available to help people to reach their desired weight. However, nutritional plans which have been so accurately adapted can still cause L-carnitine deficiencies. Diets usually instruct people to avoid high-calorie foods, and it is these foods that contain L-carnitine: fish and meat, for example. In instances like this, L-carnitine can be taken as a dietary supplement. L-carnitine can help you to reverse this deficiency: according to food scientists, a dose of one gram per day is enough to cover the body's daily L-carnitine requirement.
More energy and power with L-carnitine!
Who hasn't experienced it? You're trying to improve your fitness and wellbeing, maybe to get a little more slim and slender for the summer. But for a few days, you have to put up with days of exhaustion and muscle cramps. The vitality you've been hoping for, and your new body feeling, take a very long time to establish themselves at the beginning of your training. In fact, the day after training, you often experience gnawing hunger and burnout.
If you want occasional training sessions to turn into regular training, you sometimes need more than a lot of willpower, idealism and acceptance of self-inflicted discomfort. Structure your training as effectively as possible by adding L-carnitine to your diet. The boost to energy metabolism levels makes L-carnitine advantageous to everyone, not just high-performance athletes.
Can the body produce L-carnitine on its own?
L-carnitine is a natural substance which our bodies can produce in small amounts. Our bodies need amino acids to produce L-carnitine, as well as some vitamins and trace elements. A deficiency of one of these substances reduces our bodies' ability to produce L-carnitine. Because the body has to make an effort to release lysine, one of the amino acids required for synthesis, from muscle cells, our bodies prefer to receive L-carnitine directly from food.
Ideally suited to a vegetarian diet!
People who eat no meat at all need to consume L-carnitine in some other form in order to reach their recommended daily allowance. Although L-carnitine is mostly naturally found in meat, the L-carnitine contained in Carnitin Pro does not come from meat. It is extracted from the fermentation of naturally occurring raw materials. This is a similar process to the fermentation of grape juice into wine, or the production of sauerkraut. Vegetarians can benefit especially from L-carnitine, because they receive little of it from their diet.
What benefits does L-carnitine have for athletes?
L-carnitine is probably one of the best-known "fat carriers" which transport fats to working muscles, where they can be converted into kinetic energy. L-carnitine plays a physiological role in many metabolism processes, and is highly valuable for the whole organism.
Your benefits at a glance:
L-carnitine plays an important role in the body in:
- Burning fat
- Guaranteeing sporting endurance
- Encouraging regeneration
- Providing the heart and immune cells with energy
- Preventing premature tiredness
Fields of use; sport groups; application:
- Particularly beneficial to athletes training for competitions (toning, diet, training to achieve extra muscle firmness). These athletes should ensure that they are receiving an adequate amount of L-carnitine, if they want to achieve a well-toned body.
- Ideal for complementing a diet
- By consuming an adequate amount of L-carnitine, endurance athletes can achieve an increase in performance.
Complement your diet with Thermo Prolean. It's advisable to combine Carnitin Pro with intensive cardio training in order to promote faster fat metabolism.
L-carnitine allows for faster loss of excess fat
The body produces it from amino acids lysine and methionine, in small amounts it is also consumed with food, especially with meat and dairy products.
It transports fatty acids into cell mitochondria, where the body energy is generated. It helps convert body fat into body energy.
By adding l-carnitine in the form of a supplement, we accelerate the fat burning process.
L-carnitine is recommended for active individuals who want to get rid of excess body fat.