Fitness and wellness drinks are usually a long list of complicated ingredients and compounds that we do not understand. We have tried to dial down the amount of ingredients in Fat Burner. First, we do not believe in adding something for the sake of adding. Second, Fat Burner simply works with those limited ingredients. But even though the ingredient list is short, there are probably still ones that raise questions.
For example, what is L-carnitine? L-carnitine is the main ingredient in Fat Burner without what the drink would not be able to work its magic. L-carnitine is a natural amino acid, which is produced by human body as well as found in different foods. L-carnitine can be found in red meat, chicken, milk and dairy products, fish, beans, and avocado.
It is important for heart and brain function, muscle movement, and many other body processes. L-carnitine’s main function is to help the body turn fat into energy. If the body has L-carnitine deficiency, it inhibits organism’s fat burning, which is where Fat Burner comes into play. When consuming Fat Burner in addition to having a balanced diet, we maintain the required level of L-carnitine in the system, thus making any physical activity more active.
However, keep in mind that not all good things need to be consumed in excess. Human body is able to absorb only a certain amount of L-carnitine daily, depending on your personal L-carnitine levels. The recommended daily amount is roughly 2000 mg. If you have deficiency, then you may go above that. When referencing to Fat Burner, a bottle of cranberry flavoured Fat Burner contains exactly 2000 mg of L-carnitine, while the lemon flavoured contains 1000 mg and the green tea flavoured contains 3000 mg. Therefore it will not give you better results if you drink 2-3 bottles every day. Instead, try to follow a routine of always taking a bottle of Fat Burner with you when performing any physical activity. This way you ensure the habit of using L-carnitine and boosting its levels regularly.