ACETYL L-CARNITINE – a chemical known as acetyl l-carnitine, also known as ALC or ALCAR. It is an acetylated version of carnitine, which is a vitamin-like molecule that plays a role in lipid metabolism. As well as having antioxidant and neuroprotective properties. In addition to being a donor of acetyl groups for the synthesis of acetylcholine, which is an essential neurotransmitter.

Acetylcarnitine is characterized by a higher level of chemical stability and much better bioavailability, especially for nervous tissue (it is able to cross the blood-brain barrier). It has been found to be useful in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases due to its neuroprotective and strong antioxidant potential. ALC increases the use of long-chain fatty acids for energy production. This contributes to the overall improvement of tissue sensitivity to insulin. Since Acetylcarnitine significantly increases sperm motility. It is also used as an auxiliary agent in the treatment and prevention of male infertility.

Dosage: 500 – 1500 mg per day.