1500 MG OF L-CARNITINE + GUARANA + TAURINE.
IT BURNS FAT RESERVES BY INCREASING THE AVAILABLE ENERGY.
¿WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THIS SUPPLEMENT?
- ENHANCES THE USE OF FAT RESERVES AS AN ENERGY SOURCE.
- HELPS REDUCE FAT.
- IMPROVES OXYGEN TRANSPORT, ESPECIALLY IN ENDURANCE SPORTS.
- INCREASES THE AVAILABLE ENERGY.
- DELAYS THE ONSET OF FATIGUE.
¿HOW DOES THERMOCARNITIN WORK?
THERMOCARNITIN XL is a sports supplement in drinkable vials that helps improve the use of fat as fuel and also improves energy status and performance.
The formula of THERMOCARNITIN XL is the most powerful on the market for its high concentration of L-Carnitine and for being specially studied to effectively increase the concentration of Carnitine in the blood for longer.
Associated with L-Carnitine, this sports supplement contains a number of ingredients such as Guarana and Taurine that improve the availability of energy for training, increasing performance at the same time.
¿What is the use of L-Carnitine?
L-Carnitine is a supplement widely used in sports nutrition as fat burners. Itis important to transport fat into the mitochondria of the cell and therefore the use of fat to produce energy. It increases energy in two ways, by improving fat utilization and by increasing the activation of energy systems through Guarana and L-Carnitine.
It also exerts an anti-catabolic action protective of the muscle mass avoiding its degration during the practice of exercise or when we diet.
Supplementation with carnitine to increases the effects of testosterone.
In cyclists and long-distance runners, carnitine supplements improve oxygen transport with their positive effect on performance.
This sports supplement increases the ability to concentrate during exercise and overall performance.
RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSE
Take 2 capsules before breakfast and 2 capsules 30 minutes before training.
- ÁCIDO PANTOTÉNICO
- GUARANA EXTRACTO
OTRA INFORMACIÓN DE INTERÉS
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet.
The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded.
Keep supplements away from younger children.
Contains caffeine (60 mg per recommended daily dose, 4 capsules). It is not recommended for children or pregnant women.
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