A little-known protein building block, L-carnitine, is an important ingredient in overall good health. It helps burn carbohydrates and fat, helps control the level of brain transmitters, and helps stave off the destruction caused by free radicals. This supernutrient can play an important role in improving sports performance, maintaining body weight balance, and supports immune function and heart health
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