The active ingredients of L-carnitine are known for their anti-cellulite properties, and also because they contribute to the burning of fat. L-carnitine acts as a carrier of fatty (acid), as it helps to move acyl-CoA in mitochondria and burn, and for energy. When exercising helps make muscles stronger and lose more weight.
Ingredients: aqua, carnitine, potassium phosphate, sodium hydroxide.
The active ingredients are well known for their anti-cellulite properties, as well as fat burning booster. L-carnitine is like a fat (fatty acid) transporter, because it helps to transfer acyl-CoA into the mitochondria, which must be impermeable to acyl-CoA. The process will be as follows:
The enzyme carnitine palmitoyltransferase (CPTI) from the outer mitochondrial membrane eliminates coenzyme A from acyl-CoA; time connects it to L-carnitine within the intermembrane space, producing acyl carnitine; CoA remains free inside the cellular cytoplasm in order to activate another fatty acid.
2. Then, the carrier protein, known as the translocase of the inner membrane, transmits acyl carnitine to Z while Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase II (CPTII) joints CoA molecules from the fatty acid matrix, and therefore regenerate acyl-CoA.
L-carnitine returns to the space between the membranes of the trough protein transporter and reacts with other acyl-CoA, repeating the whole cycle. L-carnitine helps degrade triglycerides within the mitochondria and cellular organelles responsible for this trough of cellular transport. Thus, the metabolism increases, and fat burning is heat-generating over the treated area.
L-Carnitine – 10 vials x 5ml
It is a fact that it is fat burning.
INCI: Aqua, Carnitine, Potassium Phosphate, Sodium Hydroxide.
It is a fact that it is fat burning. It helps, since it helps to move the fatty acid to the mitochondrial matrix and to generate energy. Weight training.
Ingredients: Aqua, Carnitine, Potassium Phosphate, Sodium Hydroxide.
As well as a fat combustion booster. L-Carnitine has been a transporter since it helps to get into the mitochondrial matrix, which is supposed to be impermeable to Acyl-CoA. The process would be the next:
Enzyme carnitine palmitoyltransferase (CPTI) from the Acyl-CoA during the intermembrane space, producing Acyl Carnitine; the CoA remains in order to activate another fatty acid.
2. Then, it is a transporter of the carnitine Palmitoyltransferase II (CPTII) that is a transporter.
L-Carnitine returns through the membranes, repeating the whole cycle. L-Carnitine helps to determine how trough the cellular transport. This is the way the metabolism is treated.