Essentials for the inside


Our L-Carnitine or levocarnitine is an amino acid derivative which plays an important role in energy production.
Dose: 300mg/capsule

Good for


Found in

Beef, Tempeh (soy-based food product), fish, chicken breast, whole milk, avocado, soft cheese, wholemeal bread, asparagus.


L-Carnitine has anti-inflamatory properties. It therefore limits oxidative stress.

Scientific evidence

Our body is able to produce carnitine from other amino acids such as lysine and methionine in the kidneys and liver. This is used to cover our daily needs. However, the health authorities have not established a minimum daily intake. Studies have shown that carnitine is more effective in eliminating fats when it is combined with other components*

Research by numbers

Number of studies
Alternative name
Discovered in


Brandsch C et al. « Effet de la L-carnitine sur la perte de poids et la composition corporelle des rats nourris avec un régime hypocalorique ». Ann Nutr Metab 2002.

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Nutritionist. Food Technologist.
Orthomolecular medicine.

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