« Reply #1: January 25, 2012, 06:48:21 AM »
I've been hearing a lot of good things about this. Basicallt from what i am hearing is that it converts fat into energ and when you work out it helps you lose unwanted weight. This sounds too good to be true, has anyone tried this or is using it now? And what is the effective dosage?
I personally had a good experience with carnitine. That being said everybody responds differently to everything. Many weight loss products have some supplemental form of carnitine in them. You can also find it by itself almost everywhere for pretty cheap. I used it for an energy/thermogenic boost with my preworkout about 7 months ago. If you decide to take it I highly reccomend stacking it with green tea and maybe some yohimbe hcl. A good starting dosage for carnitine would be 500mg before breakfast and 500mg before working out. Carnitine will do next to nothing if you don't put in the hard work into your diet and training though.
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