Acetyl L-Carnitine is an altered form of the amino acid, L-Carnitine. Based on multiple researches, it is suggested that the absorption from the small intestine of the acetyl form of this particular amino acid is enhanced.
Carnitine is an important amino acid made in the body from lysine, in the presence of vitamin C, and is mainly found in animal based foods. It is best known for its role in supporting mitochondrial health since it is responsible for transporting fatty acid chains to the mitochondria within cells, where they are oxidised to produce energy. Carnitine is also in charge of removing waste products from the mitochondria.
Who should use Lamberts Acetyl L-Carnitine?
- People who wish to support the mitochondrial health and contribute to the transportation of fatty acids in the body
- People who wish to promote energy production in the body