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acetyl l-carnitineA form of carnitine, an amino acid with antioxidant activity, which is thought to metabolise lipofuscin and age-related pigment accumulations. It is claimed to be of use in attenuating age-associated memory impairment and Alzheimer’s disease, and increase longevity.
Meats (beef, chicken, pork), dairy products, fruits, vegetables and grains.
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A dietary supplement (a form of L-carnitine) promoted for its positive effects on fat (esp. triglyceride) metabolism and Alzheimer's disease.
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