L-Carnitine is responsible for the metabolism and for vegetarians it provides important nutrients that occur in red meat.
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L-carnitine is responsible for maintaining energy metabolism in all cells of the body: it transports fatty acids across the cell membrane into the mitochondria where they are ” burned ” , namely transformed into energy.
L-carnitine is present, as the name suggests, only in animal products in the maximum proportion of 100 mg per 100 g of red meat. Vegetarians and those who eat less meat should therefore opt for supplementation.