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RAW Powders™ Acetyl L-carnitine 100g

RAW Powders™ Acetyl L-carnitine 100g

Product Code: Acetyl L-carnitine 100g     Availability: Out Of Stock

Key benefits:

  • Reduced nerve pain
  • Improved blood flow to the brain
  • Treats male infertility
  • Improved memory problems (elder people)

14.95€


2 or more 12.95€
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Raw Powders™ Acetyl L-carnitine (also know as ALC)- is proving to be a remarkable nutrient for rejuvenating the ability of a cell to make energy, with direct implications for better metabolism and brain function. Acetyl-L-carnitine is an amino acid which is naturally produced in our body.

Acetyl L-carnitine - is strongly recommended for those who want to help their body to produce energy. This product allows heart, brain muscles and many other body processes to function well. Also it is known that this product is used for a huge variety of mental disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, memory loss, depression and many more. Worth mentioning - 1 g of Acetyl L-carnitine is equal to about 1500 mg L-carnitine tartrate which is used in most of the products.

Why Raw Powders™ Acetyl L-carnitine?
We offer only the highest quality, pure, free of sweeteners and other additives Acetyl L-carnitine powder.

Key benefits
Reduced nerve pain
Improved blood flow to the brain
Treats male infertility
Improved memory problems (elder people)
Purity check board
Binders
No
Fillers
No
Dye
No
Sweeteners
No
Directions
Take 1 scoop (500 mg) 1 - 3 times daily.
Not recommented with
  • Acenocoumarol (Sintrom)
  • Warfarin (Coumadin)
Nutritional information
Acetyl L-carnitine powder
 
Supporting Research
  1. Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database Professional Version. © Therapeutic Research Faculty (2009)
  2. Biagiotti G, Cavallini G. Acetyl-L-carnitine vs tamoxifen in the oral therapy of Peyronie's disease: a preliminary report. BJU Int. 2001;88(1):63-67.
  3. Carrero JJ, Grimble RF. Does nutrition have a role in peripheral vascular disease? Br J Nutr. 2006 Feb;95(2):217-29. Review.

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