EVO L-CARNITINE 3000
- With caffeine, L-arginine and vitamin B6.
- In single-dose vials. Ready to open and drink.
- Lemon, wild fruit, cola and banana flavours. Excellent!
Table of contents
Evo L-Carnitine 3000 by SportSeries is a flavoured liquid food supplement based on L-Carnitine, Caffeine, L-Arginine HCl, and Vitamin B6 in the form of Pyridoxine Hydrochloride.
Evo L-Carnitine 3000 is formulated for consumption prior to physical exercise, in a convenient and simple way thanks to its presentation in convenient single-dose vials, ready to open and take anywhere.
Evo L-Carnitine is high in vitamin B6, which contributes to normal energy metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Thinking of buying Evo L-Carnitine 3000? Clear all your doubts!
Evo L-Carnitine 3000 provides 2500mg of L-carnitine base per vial, a higher concentration than other L-carnitine presentations that use L-carnitine salts, reducing its base content.
Evo L-Carnitine 3000 has been formulated with additional ingredients to provide you with the most complete food supplement:
- With caffeine.
- With L-arginine.
- With Vitamin B6.
We work to bring you the best products on the market. With all the HSN quality guarantees.
Evo L-carnitine 3000 in liquid form comes in convenient 10ml vials.
In this small amount we include a high concentration of L-carnitine (2500mg), one shot and off you go!
The vials are made of reinforced plastic, not glass which can break during transport, so you can put them in your rucksack, they take up no space at all, and carry them with you until you go training.
Much more convenient than other formats such as capsules, tablets or powder.
Evo L-Carnitine 3000 is available in 4 delicious flavours. Which one is your favourite?
- Wild fruits.
Goes great with:
You can find more information in these scientific articles
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|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 vial|
|daily dose: 1 vial|
|Servings per container: 20|
|L-Carnitine (L-Carnitine base)|
|NRVs (Nutrient Reference Values) established in Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 of 25 October 2011. †† NRVs are not established on this occasion.|