Ingredients & Description
Acetyl-L-Carnitine is a more bioavailable form of L-Carnitine, an amino acid found in high concentration in human brain, nerve, heart, liver and sperm cells.* Acetyl L-Carnitine supports energy production by participating in the metabolism of fatty acids in the mitochondria to yield the universal energy molecule ATP.* As an antioxidant, Acetyl-L-Carnitine protects neurons from damage caused by superoxide radicals.*
Take 1 to 4 capsules per day on an empty stomach or as directed by your qualified health care consultant.
Antioxidant Protection for the Brain*
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Questions and answers:
Asked on: November 22, 2013
Question: my question is if i have no sperm cell 100 this product can produce the sperm cell.
A: The carnitine content of seminal fluid is directly related to sperm count and motility, suggesting that the compound might be of value in treating male infertility. Several studies indicate that carnitine supplementation (2–3 grams/day for 3–4 months) may improve sperm quality, and one randomized, double-blind crossover trial found that 2 grams/day of carnitine taken for 2 months by 100 infertile men increased the concentration and both total and forward motility of their sperm. The reported benefits may relate to increased mitochondrial fatty-acid oxidation (providing more energy for sperm) and reduced cell death in the testes. However, a recent randomized controlled trial with 21 infertile men found that 3 grams/day of carnitine taken for 24 weeks produced no significant increases in sperm motility or total motile sperm counts as compared to placebo. Larger and more carefully designed studies are needed to evaluate carnitine\'s potential value as an infertility therapy.
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