The supplement L-Carnitine, a vitamin-like substance, is discussed in the current edition of PCOS Review.
Editor Bill Slater outlines the many reasons why L-Carnitine supports various important body functions such as burning fat for energy. Additionally, it may “stimulate hair shaft elongation” and reduce the death of hair cells as well as decrease the risk for cardiovascular health issues.
Interestingly, women with PCOS appear to be deficient in carnitine.
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L-Carnitine is used in the Insulite PCOS System to increase insulin sensitivity which is key to reversing insulin resistance, considered to be the main underlying cause of PCOS. The formulas of the Insulite PCOS System also include vital nutrients such as saw palmetto, vitex, flax seed, vanadium and chromium among others.
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