Need help getting lean? Try 5% Nutrition Liquid L-Carnitine 3150! This innovative formula features a huge dose of the four most effective forms of carnitine available. In true 5% fashion, this formula goes beyond the competition. One way is by featuring the innovative “Super Carnitine”, also known as Gamma-Butyrobetaine Ethyl Ester HCl. That alone makes it one of the most powerful carnitine products on the market! When it comes to promoting fat loss by converting stored fat into energy, stimulating thermogenesis, supporting recovery and muscle growth, it’s hard to beat Liquid L-Carnitine 3150!
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Thiamin – 25 mg
This ingredient is part of the water-soluble B-complex family of vitamins. Thiamine is also known as Vitamin B1 and helps the body use stored carbohydrates for energy.
Carnitine Blend – 3150 mg
This is a huge dose! No other Liquid Carnitine formula comes close! Of course, it took 5% Nutrition to create an innovative complex of four highly effective forms of Carnitine. Each form has its own specific benefits yet complements each other.
What Is Carnitine?
Carnitine is a molecule that’s derived from two amino acids: lysine and methionine. Naturally produced in the liver and kidneys, it’s usually but incorrectly classified as an amino acid. Carnitine's chief function is the transport of fatty acids to the mitochondria. There, fatty acids are used as energy by the body. (1, 2)
How does that work? As carnitine transports fatty acids, they are converted into ATP through a process called beta-oxidation. This ongoing process increases during intense exercise as stored fatty acids are used for fuel. Also, carnitine is conditionally essential. That means that not everyone can achieve adequate levels by diet alone, meaning supplementation is a good idea.
Besides supporting fat loss, 5% Nutrition Liquid L-Carnitine 3150 blends several different carnitines. Each type transports fat to be used as energy but also provides exclusive benefits. These include increased endurance because fat is being converted into ATP energy. This, of course, helps drive your muscles through your workouts. (3)
This form is also known as LCLT. It’s absorbed faster than other forms of carnitine. Plus, this supports recovery and muscle growth. LCLT affects muscle growth by increasing the androgen receptor that allows testosterone to work more effectively in the body. This, in turn, leads to improved recovery and greater lean muscle growth.
Known as ALCAR, here’s a form of carnitine with a wide range of benefits. These include using stored fat to produce ATP. ALCAR is also involved in acetylcholine synthesis. That means it has cognitive benefits including mood elevation and improved learning ability. (4, 5, 6)
Glycine Propionyl L-Carnitine
Also known as GPLC, this compound combines Propionyl-L-Carnitine (PLC) and the amino acid Glycine. Like other forms, GPLC supports ATP production by transporting fatty acids to the mitochondria. Also, it supports nitric oxide production for improved nutrient and oxygen delivery to working muscles. (7)
Gamma-Butyrobetaine Ethyl Ester HCl
This compound is also called GBB. It’s a relatively new ingredient that’s earned the nickname “Super Carnitine”. This is the molecule that your body converts into carnitine when it produces its own. Some studies show that plasma concentrations double after taking GBB. This is one of the main reasons it’s called “Super Carnitine”. (8)
GBB also has potent thermogenic properties. This is effective for stimulating fat loss. That’s because the core temperature of the body increases. Therefore, you burn more calories from stored fat. Additionally, GBB stimulates nitric oxide production. (9)
5% Nutrition Liquid L-Carnitine 3150 - The Benefits Are Clear.
Liquid L-Carnitine 3150 stimulates the transport of fatty acids to be used as fuel by the body. Plus, it also stimulates nitric oxide production, promoting a great pump. There’s more! The pump increases nutrient and oxygen delivery to your working muscles and removes waste products. This means improved performance and increased endurance. No doubt this would be enough for most carnitine products - but not 5% Nutrition! We take it to the next level by including LCLT to support testosterone production. This also supports recovery and muscle growth.
Finally, the innovative GBB activates thermogenesis. This means that 5% Nutrition Liquid L-Carnitine 3150 fights fat in multiple ways. Finally, this is an innovative formula that comes in two delicious flavors: Watermelon Candy and Outrageous Orange. Why wait - get yours today!
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- Dietary L-carnitine increases plasma insulin-like growth factor-I concentration in chicks fed a diet with adequate dietary protein level. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00071660120109980
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- Traina, G. (2016, June 01). The neurobiology of acetyl-L-carnitine. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27100509
- Bloomer, R. J., Tschume, L. C., & Smith, W. A. (2009, May). Glycine propionyl-L-carnitine modulates lipid peroxidation and nitric oxide in human subjects. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20209464
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