Carnitine

Description

In humans, L-carnitine is obtained both from food (exogenous intake) and from endogenous synthesis (which takes place within the body). In our countries, an omnivorous diet covers 75% of carnitine requirements.

This molecule is synthesized mainly by the liver and kidneys from two essential amino acids: lysine and methionine.

The main food sources of L-carnitine are animal products, mainly red meat.

 

The daily dietary intake of L-carnitine in humans varies from 300 to 2000 mg/kg of body mass. This amount is considered sufficient to cover needs, even in the absence of endogenous synthesis.

The benefits

    • L-carnitine has several functions, all of which contribute to energy metabolism. This molecule transports fatty acids into the cells, where they release their energy.
    • Since the heart obtains 70% of its energy from fatty acids, L-carnitine supports its activity and is even said to have a beneficial effect on heart failure.
    • L-carnitine also reduces the formation of free radicals, responsible for cell ageing, and facilitates recovery after physical effort
  • Finally, involved in the production of energy and the synthesis of acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter that influences cognitive functions such as learning and memory), L-carnitine participates in the maintenance of brain function.

 

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