The Carnitine Question: What the Research Says
Whether your focus is aesthetics, fat loss, or performance, research indicates carnitine is a winner.
Carnitine Protects the Body From Intense Exercise
After completing a fourteen-kilometer run, subjects who took carnitine fared much better than those who did not.
Less Is More: New Studies Investigate Carnitine Dose-Response
Carnitine is a popular sports supplement, but not a lot research has been done on the best dosage for performance. A new study suggests that more may not necessarily be better.
Eating Deli Meat Is Killing You and Your Heart
Rather than blame all meat for heart disease, scientists compared unprocessed and processed meat and found some horrifying results in regards to your deli meat.
The Red Meat Controversy: It's Not the Meat, It's the Carnitine
Sometimes I just think researchers hate red meat. Is the new hot news about red meat being bad for you for real? Or is the media hyping it up and missing the actual useful facts about carnitine.
Cashew Apple Juice Helps Burn Fat
What in the world is a cashew apple? Well, it turns out drinking cashew apple juice helps you burn fat. It's chock full of vitamin C, which is needed to form carnitine, which fuels fat burning.
Carnitine Suppresses Muscle Breakdown
Researchers looked at carnitine supplementation in rats and confirmed it's ability to reduce body fat and suppress muscle loss. It just might be one of the supplements worth taking.
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