• 15/Oct


    The working principle of L-carnitine

    In fact, the basic function of L-carnitine is only as a carrier, transporting fatty acids from outside the mitochondria into the inner mitochondrial membrane, and then the fatty acids in the mitochondria are oxidized and release energy. However, even if the fat is "transport

  • 14/Oct


    The role of L-carnitine

    1. Help fat burning L-carnitine is an essential coenzyme in the process of fat metabolism, which can promote fatty acids to enter the mitochondria for oxidative decomposition. The process of fat metabolism has to go through a barrier. The barrier is the mitochondrial membrane. Mi

  • 13/Oct


    Can L-carnitine help lose weight?

    L-carnitine acts as a vehicle in the process of fat decomposition, which can easily give people the illusion that L-carnitine is the key to fatty acid oxidation. In fact, L-carnitine is only a means of delivery. How much fat the body can consume does not depend on L-carnitine. Fo

  • 12/Oct


    L-carnitine can assist disease treatment

    L-carnitine is only a supplementary drug treatment, not a substitute for drug treatment (as a health food, it will be over-advertised). The bioavailability of oral L-carnitine is low, and intravenous administration will increase metabolic excretion. For example, 90% of L-carnitin

  • 11/Oct


    What is the function of L-carnitine?

    Oxidation of long-chain fatty acids in mitochondria provides energy. L-carnitine is mainly synthesized in the liver, but can also be synthesized in the kidneys, and is transported through the blood to tissues that use fatty acids for energy, such as heart muscle and skeletal musc

  • 09/Oct


    What is stigmasterol?

    Stigmasterol ((stigmasterol) exists in soybean oil and other soybean oils, sometimes alone, sometimes combined into a glycoside form. Many Chinese medicines such as Bupleurum, ginseng, coltsfoot, etc. also contain it. Stigmasterol is found in Corydalis tubers It exists in the for

  • 08/Oct


    What is a nootropic?

    What is a nootropic? The word "Nootropics" is derived from the Greek roots "intelligence, brain" (noos) and "benefits" (tropein), meaning that it is beneficial to the development of brain intelligence. Nootropics is a collective term for nootropics.

  • 03/Oct


    Can Alpha GPC improve executive function?

    If you have researched nootropics for brain health the chances are you are familiar Alpha GPC. Alpha GPC is a potent form of the nutrient choline which naturally occurs in the brain, and it is the building block to acetylcholine; a chemical that is released when conducting cognit

  • 02/Oct


    What is L-alpha GPC

    Alpha-GPC powder is a choline-containing compound found naturally in the brain as well as in small amounts in foods like meat, fish, eggs, and dairy, also known as choline alfoscerate and alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine. Alpha-GPC is also a natural phospholipid. Studies and evide

  • 01/Oct


    Other effects of plant sterols

    A large number of studies have found that plant sterols have a certain significance in reducing the incidence of male prostatic hypertrophy. Classical studies such as Berges et al. (1995) conducted an intervention study on 200 patients with benign prostatic hypertrophy. The resul

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