You may have seen media reports about a scientific study suggesting that carnitine could be linked to heart disease. Carnitine – found naturally in red meat, poultry, and fish – is an amino acid. Unlike most amino acids, it is not used in the body to make proteins. Instead, it is used to transport fat inside a cell to allow fat burning and energy metabolism.
Should you be concerned about your carnitine intake? Read on.
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