Green Coffee & L-Carnitine
Synergistic action of chlorogenic acid and L-carnitine
A standardized extract of green coffee seeds with a minimum of 50% of total chlorogenic acid in synergy with L-Carnitine. With regular physical activity and proper nutrition, can provide visible results in body shaping.
Price: 159,00 kn
Green Coffee & L-Carnitine product contains high chlorogenic acid concentration – 50% from untreated green coffee grains, which contributes to the activation of metabolic reactions.
Chlorogenic acid is a key ingredient in a green coffee extract. It reduces the amount of glucose in the blood and its absorption. Lower blood glucose levels leads to energy consumption from fatt deposits – it encourages the body to use its stored fat as a targeted source of energy.
L-Carnitine is a substance that is produced from essential amino acids lysine and methionine by vitamin C, B6, niacin and iron. L-carnitine is a natural substance, so-called a fatty acid carrier through the cell membrane into mitochondria, where is burned and used as a source of energy. If there is not enough carnitine, the fats is not used to produce energy, but instead it increases a fat tissue.
L-Carnitine provides even more intense fat burning effect during exercise.
Without the necessary change in a diet and daily physical activities, there is no possibility of permanent maintenance of normal body weight.
Products containing green coffee extracts are usually standardized, on 45% chlorogenic acid. Nutrition Supplement Green Coffee & L-Carnitine contains a standardized green coffee extract with at least 50% chlorogenic acid in total.
||In 2 capsules
|Dry standardized extract of green coffee beans (Coffea arabica) with at least 50% of the total chlorogenic acid||700 mg|
Only consuming Green Coffee & L-Carnitine without a good exercise program and adequate nutrition will not provide the desired results.
It is recommended to take 2 capsules a day preferably 30 min before meal.
Recommended daily doses should not be exceeded. A dietary supplement is not a substitute or replacement for a balanced diet. Keep out of the reach of small children. It is important to adhere to a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Capsules has neutral taste and smell, 100% from plant sources, also suitable for vegetarians.
People who take drugs should consult a physician. Not recommended for children, pregnant and nursing women. The product contains caffeine
Store in a dry place, at temperature up to 25ºC.
The long-term goal is gradually loss of body mass, along with a permanent change in lifestyle and diet.
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