L-Carnitine CAS 541-15-1 Weight Loss Fat Burning Food Additive

L-Carnitine CAS 541-15-1 Weight Loss Fat Burning Food Additive

 

L(-)-Carnitine

Synonyms: 3- CARBOXY-N,N,N-TRIMETHYL-2-PROPEN-1-AMINIUM CHLORIDE;3-HYDROXY-4-(TRIMETHYLAMMONIO)-BUTANOAT;3-HYDROXY-GAMMA-(TRIMETHYLAMMONIO)-BUTYRATE;LEVOCARNITINE;L-CARNITHINE;L-CARNITIN;L(-)-CARNITINE;L-CARNITINE
CAS: 541-15-1
MF: C7H15NO3
MW: 161.2
EINECS: 208-768-0
Chemical Properties White crystalline
Usage antimethemoglobinemic, cyanide antidote
Essential cofactor of fatty acid metabolism; required for the transport of fatty acids through the inner mitochondrial membrane. Synthetized primarily in the liver and kidney; highest concentrations f ound in heart and skeletal muscle. Dietary sources include red meat, dairy products, beans, avocado.
Carniking(R) is a product for premix- and feed industry. It is particularly recommended for the enrichment of compound feed.

Product description:

 

L-Carnitine is an amino acid which has a role to play in the body’s fat metabolism process. L-Carnitine transports fatty acids to the mitochondria, which is where they are essentially burned as fuel. This amino acid naturally occurs, although it can also be biosynthesized from two other ones. In addition to being found in a wide range of foods, it is also commonly available as a dietary supplement.

Application:
Essential cofactor of fatty acid metabolism; required for the transport of fatty acids through the inner mitochondrial membrane. Synthetized primarily in the liver and kidney; highest concentrations f ound in heart and skeletal muscle. Dietary sources include red meat, dairy products, beans, avocado.

L-Carnitine is a natural, vitamin-like nutrient wich plays an important role inhuman metabolism. It is essential in the utilization of fatty acids and in transporting metabolic energy

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