L-Carnitine-L-Tartare has arrived at NutraPlanet!!!

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  1. L-Carnitine-L-Tartare has arrived at NutraPlanet!!!


    One of the most potent but underutilized carnitines.

    L-Carnitine L-Tartarate is a non-essential amino acid that helps to maintain overall good health by facilitating the transfer of fatty acid groups into the mitochondrial membrane for cellular energy production. L-Carnitine L-Tartarate naturally occurs in red meat and other animal source foods, but we recommend supplementation to obtain optimal levels of this excellent amino acid. L-Carnitine L-Tartarate is the purest form, clinically tested, and vegetarian (non-animal sourced).

    * Fitness Support
    * Purest Form, Clinically Tested
    * Transports Fatty Acids
    * Boosts Cellular Energy
    * A Dietary Supplement

    L-Carnitine L-Tartarate is a vitamin-like amino acid derivative. It plays an important role for maintaining energy production by transporting long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondrial matrix to be burned for energy. This function supports physical performance and weight management. Therefore, L-Carnitine L-Tartarate and its esters, such as Acetyl-L-Carnitine and Propionyl-L-Carnitine, have received growing attentions for their uses in cardiovascular and neurological health.

    L-Carnitine L-Tartarate, along with its natural ester acylcarnitine, forms a critical part of the endogenous (natural to the body) carnitine pool in various tissues of mammals. The total L-Carnitine L-Tartarate in human body is about 20 g, in which 98% is present in the skeletal and cardiac tissues, 1.4% in the liver and kidneys and 0.6% in extracellular fluids and other tissues. Of all these carnitine pools in the human body, about 25% are produced from the amino acids lysine and methionine and about 75% is derived directly from dietary sources such as meat, poultry, fish, and milk; with small amounts in wheat and avocados. So people with a limited diet of meat and dairy products tend to have lower L-Carnitine intakes.

    L-Carnitine is a “conditionally essential” nutrient and a rare genetic disorder of L-carnitine metabolism causes carnitine deficiency, which is known to have major deleterious effects on the central nervous system. The limited intake of L-Carnitine can cause toxic accumulations of free fatty acids and the loss of energy. L-Carnitine is used worldwide as an effective treatment for carnitine deficiency and also has various nutritional and pharmaceutical applications. Several oral formulations, such as liquids, tablets and capsules, are available in the current market.


    There is some good reading about the product CLT, carnitine-l-tartrate info please .


  2. Ugh... title typo. That's why you don't post thread after midnight
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  3. HELL YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHH
    doing my own thang!
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  4. NP...reading the writing on the wall again.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Ugh... title typo. That's why you don't post thread after midnight
    Carnitine Tartar? Isn't that like RAW CARNITINE!!!!

    That's SO animal!
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  6. I already ordered 2 tubs of this stuff! Love it! Wish ya'll could carry it on a regular basis.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by 350zTT View Post
    I already ordered 2 tubs of this stuff! Love it! Wish ya'll could carry it on a regular basis.
    X2 on this!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by monstermash View Post
    X2 on this!
    Which? You already ordered two tubs or you wish it would be carried on a regular basis? Or both?

  9. Lets get it capped!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by chainsaw View Post
    Lets get it capped!
    This is SUPER easy to self-cap.

    It also dissolves easily in liquids and doesn't taste bad. Just man up.
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  11. what makes this superior to alcar?

  12. Quote Originally Posted by benj851 View Post
    what makes this superior to alcar?
    Tartaric acid is an analogue of Malic acid (an essential KREBS intermediate involved in energy intense processes). Tissue specificity for carnitine esters and salts and the most common difference.

    For muscle and cardio performance, go with PLCAR. For Neural enhancement, go with ALCAR...though the others have not been compared in real study to LCLT, LCLT is the form studied to increases in AR density and sensitivity.
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  13. yes- when will it be in stock??

  14. Quote Originally Posted by jdg487 View Post
    yes- when will it be in stock??
    The last of my material will be there Wednesday.

  15. CRAP, it out of stock, that was QUICK!
    doing my own thang!

  16. Already out of stock! This is really frustrating to say the least. I wanted to place an order this weekend! I just hope there will be more than a few units whenever it restocks! :
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  17. I have to say, this is a very good add!!! Very good job dsade.
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  18. This dissolved perfectly into Xtend (used the Green Apple Flavor).

    Today I used:
    2 pieces ThermoGum
    400mg Alpha-GPC
    4 scoops Apple Xtend
    3 grams Beta-Alanine
    2 grams LCLT
    200mg Norvaline

    I had an AMAZING arm workout.
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  19. would taking alcar plcar and this be a problem

  20. Quote Originally Posted by giantbrandon View Post
    would taking alcar plcar and this be a problem
    Not at all.

    I'd love to hear your feedback on it.
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  21. when it goes back in stock, i think i might get some

  22. Quote Originally Posted by giantbrandon View Post
    when it goes back in stock, i think i might get some
    Wednesday, for sure.
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  23. How would this compare to PLCAR, specifically pertaining to their effect on androgen receptors?

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Mjolnir View Post
    How would this compare to PLCAR, specifically pertaining to their effect on androgen receptors?
    This is the form of Carnitine used in the study on effects of ARs.

    It's very hard to compare apples to apples, since there is only data on the LCLT.

    It's not beyond reason to extrapolate a similar effect - but that is all it would be.
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  25. how should i dose alcar placr and lclt

  26. Quote Originally Posted by giantbrandon View Post
    how should i dose alcar placr and lclt
    What time would you be taking it?

    ALCAR keeps my mind burning at full speed for a few hours, so I can't take more than 500mg at night.

    PLCAR - 1-1.5 grams
    LCLT - 1.5-2 grams
    ALCAR - 1 gram

    This is EXCELLENT for taking immediately upon waking up with about 6 grams of Leucine.
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  27. so there isnt any problems taking all 3 at one time in the morning, should i al increase the dose of the antioxidant, i am currenty using 400mg of na rala split up twice a day
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