L-Carnitine - Carnitine is an amino acid which is required for the transport and breakdown of body fat for the generation of metabolic energy. Research over the last decade has shed new light on the importance of L-carnitine as a regulator of skeletal muscle fuel selection, which means it is needed to determine whether muscle tissue utilizes carbohydrates or fat for energy. When taken orally, L-Carnitine requires a high dose to promote fat tissue breakdown, because only a fraction of carnitine is absorbed during oral digestion. When injected, nutrients like L-Carnitine are completely absorbed by the body.
L-Arginine - Arginine is a chemical precursor to nitric oxide (a blood vessel-widening agent called a vasodilator). Early evidence suggests that arginine may help treat medical conditions that improve with increased vasodilation. These conditions include chest pain, atherosclerosis (clogged arteries), heart disease or failure, erectile dysfunction, intermittent claudication/peripheral vascular disease, and vascular headaches. L-arginine is converted in the body into a chemical called nitric oxide. Nitric oxide causes blood vessels to open wider for improved blood flow. L-arginine also stimulates the release of growth hormone, insulin, and other substances in the body. With the increased blood flow using Arginine, the individual should feel more energized. Used in conjuntion with exercise, Arginine will improve performance and energy, and assist in the removal of fats from fat cells.
- Transports fats from cells
- Improves energy usage in cells
- Improves blood flow
- Increases energy output
- Improves exercise intensity