We’ve all heard about fat burners and stimulants that can assist with thermogenics, but we’ve also heard of adverse health effects (with minimal results) that can be associated with some products. Allow me to introduce to you a very safe, natural alternative, weight-loss solution: L-carnitine.
Are you getting a little chunky in the midsection? Well, have we got some goodies for you. Besides working out like a maniac and eating a clean diet, there are a bevy of dietary supplements that have have been proven to further assist in fat loss. Here’s a primer on the key weight-loss supplements that have science to back them up.
Want to lose fat? Then, count your calories and burn off more than you consume. This mantra has been repeated so many times throughout the past several decades that this simple mathematical equation has spun off into numerous diet programs, meal plans, calorie-counting apps and even devices you wear that estimate how many calories you are burning.
It is true that a “ketogenic diet” can be very effective at burning fat, dropping weight and even improving blood lipids in obese test subjects, but is it really useful for bodybuilding? Furthermore, would it be prudent to supplement your diet with liquid ketones or ketogenic, medium-chain triglycerides? To answer this, we will have to go into more detailed phy
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