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Premium Powders L-Carnitine L-Tartrate Powder (LCLT)

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Premium Powders L-Carnitine L-Tartrate Powder (LCLT)

  • •HPLC Tested for potency and purity
  • • 1g scoop included, no guess work on amount being used
  • • Micro Granulized for superb flow and easy mixing
  • • No fillers, No Flavors
  • • Use any Extreme Premium Powders Flavors to make it exceptionally easy to drink

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L-Carnitine L-Tartrate (LCLT) has a wondrous range of benefits it can be a very versatile product. LCLT has been reported to aid in rapid fat loss. It has also been studied and proven to aid in prevention of muscle degradation. LCLT has been reported to increase muscle growth, have anti-oxidant capabilities, and be helpful in testosterone support.

What Kind of Results can I expect from L-Carnitine L-Tartrate?


  • LCLT may increase rapid muscle growth, vascular pumps, muscle fullness.
  • LCLT may decrease recovery time after workout.
  • LCLT may increase fat metabolism.
  • LCLT may act as an appetite suppressant.
  • LCLT may promote and help to sustain healthy hormone levels.
  • LCLT may reduce the amount of muscle tissue damage from intense exercise which beneficially affects post-exercise metabolic stress, muscle disruption and muscle soreness.
  • LCLT may IncreaseIGFBP-3, concentrations before and after workout. IGFBP-3 is insulin-like growth factor binding protein which accounts for 80% of all IGF binding).


Who should supplement with L-Carnitine L-Tartrate?

Healthy men and women seeking to increase lean muscle mass.

Anyone who wants shorter recovery times from strenuous exercise, better pumps, or less muscle soreness.


The National Cancer Institute states that "LCLT increases fatty acid oxidation and reduces purine catabolism and free radical formation, which may prevent exercise fatigue, muscle weakness, chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, and hyperlipoproteinemia." Reference:





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