CARNITIN DIET BAR
CARNITIN DIET BAR
CARNITIN DIET BAR

CARNITIN DIET BAR

SNACK BAR WITH L-CARNITINE AND FIBER

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SNACK BAR WITH L-CARNITINE AND FIBER. HELPS SUPPRESS APPETITE.

IDEAL TO TAKE BETWEEN MEALS.

In diet situations, feeling hungry is a common problem. These bars are ideal for satiating the appetite, due to its  fiber content, in addition to being a healthy treat with a pleasant taste, vitamins and carnitine, which helps to stimulate fat reduction.

BENEFITS 

L-carnitine. Helps to improve the transport of fatty acids inside the cell to the mitochondria, where fat is used to produce energy, which is a help to improve nutrition when following a calor cotrl diet. 

Satiating fibre. Increases its volume when combined with water and contributes to increase the feeling of fullness. In addition, another interesting effect of fibre is the reduction of fat and cholesterol absorption.

Inulin. Insoluble fiber considered to be a probiotic that contributes to stimulate the growth of "good bacteria" in the intestine, which help maintain our first immune barrier in perfect conditions to fight against possible infections and also improve the capacity to absorb nutrients.

Pantothenic acid and biotin. Contribute to normal energy metabolism.

Vitamins C and E. Contribute to the protection of cells against oxidative damage.

Vitamins of group B. Help to combat tiredness and fatigue, ideal in dietary situations.

 

RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSE

Take one bar a day.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Per 100 g

Per Barrite (35 g)

Energy value

478 Kcal / 1.999 kJ

167 Kcal/699 kJ

Fat

23,77 g

8,32 g

of which saturated

14,29 g

5 g

Carbohydrates

49,92 g

17,47 g

of which sugars

34,36 g

12,02 g

Proteins

10,04 g

3,52 g

Salt

0,28 g

0,10 g

Fibre

11,92 g

4,17 g

 

CONTRIBUTION OF ASSETS

PER BAR (35g) (%NRV)

Carnitine

500 mg

Vitamin C

12 mg (15%)

Vitamin B3 (nicotinamide)

2,4 mg (15%)

Vitamin E

1,8 mg (15%)

Pantothenic acid

0,9 mg (15%)

Vitamin B6

0,21 mg (15%)

Riboflavin

0,21 mg (15%)

Thiamine

0,17 mg (15%)

Vitamin A

120 μg (15%)

Folic acid

30 μg (15%)

Biotin

7,5 μg (15%)

Vitamin D

0,75 μg (15%)

B12 vitamin

0,38g (15%)

 

NRVs: Nutrient Reference Values. Reference intake of an average adult (2.000 Kcal / 8.400 kJ).

ALERGENS: May contain traces of gluten, egg, fish, milk, soy and / or derivatives thereof. With added sugars.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES:

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  • Calder, P.C., Lin dley, M.R., Burke, L.M., Stear, S.J. y Castell, L.M. (2016) / Revisiones BJSM: A-Z de los suplementos nutricionales: Suplementos dietarios, alimentos para la nutrición deportiva y ayudas ergogénicas para la salud y el rendimiento: Parte 14. PubliCE Premium.
  • Dehghani Mostafa, Shakerian Saeid, Kazem Mohammad, Nasseri Gharib, Nikbakht Massood, Heidari Nejad Sedigheh (2013) / Effects of acute consumption of L-carnitine Tartrate (LCLT) following an exhaustive aerobic exercise on serum lipoproteins levels in Iranian Elite Wrestlers. American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 1: 59-62.
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  • Wall Benjamin T., Stephens Francis B., Constantin-Teodosiu Dumitru, Marimuthu Kanagaraj, Macdonald Ian A. and Greenhaff Paul L. (2011) / Chronic oral ingestion of L-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. The Journal of Physiology, 589(4): 963-973.
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Product Details

GROUP
SUPPLEMENTS
FLAVOUR
YOGURT
CONTAINER FORMAT
BAR
PRODUCT FORMAT
BAR
BRAND
POWERGYM
GOAL
FAT REDUCTION
HEALTH & WELLNESS
MOMENT
CONTINUED USE
SPORT
LIFESTYLE
PRODUCT TYPE
CARNITINA
CONTROL DE PESO
DIET TYPE
GMO FREE
PROBIOTICS

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