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L-Carnitine, Magnesium & Vitamin B6 Remedy

Other Names: L-Carnitine, Acetyl L-Carnitine, L-Acetyl-Carnitine, Propionl L-Carnitine. The various forms of carnitine available provide preferred support for particular functions, however, you will still get general support for all functions regardless of the form used. Read the manufacturer's labels carefully.

L-Carnitine, Carnitine is a substance used by the body uses to turn fat into energy. It is not normally considered an essential nutrient because the body can manufacture all it needs. Foods that are high in Carnitine include: Beef Steak and Ground Beef (cooked), Whole Milk, Cod fish, Chicken breast, Ice Cream, Cheddar Cheese, Whole Wheat Bread, Aspargus

Herbal Research: Carnitine


L-Carnitine, Magnesium and Vitamin B6 - Vitamins for ADHD:  L-carnitine, magnesium and vitamin B6 are also recommended for those who suffer from ADHD.  L Carnitine - recommended daily dosage is one tablet of 500 milligrams once daily. However it is important to realize that L-carnitine is reportedly known for boosting energy levels. Therefore it is best to take it before 3pm. Magnesium: One tablet of 400 milligrams once a day for men. One tablet of 300 milligrams once a day for women. Vitamin B6 - Take one tablet of 200 milligrams once daily.

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