1000 mg Carnitine
495 mg Lysine
Carnitine Cooler™

Carnitine Cooler™

A Delicious Way to Lose Weight!

Improves natural energy
Promotes Fat Loss
Tastes Amazing

Elevate your vital energy

Revolution Nutrition™ Carnitine Cooler™ is a refreshing new way to add this key amino acid to your diet! L-Carnitine has been used for years by top level athletes and trainers all over the world. This powerful amino acid helps the body to use fat as energy instead of storing it. This provides healthy weight management. L-Carnitine also has the potential to enhance muscle tissue endurance during physical activity as well as supporting lean muscle mass. Help your body reach its full potential by using Revolution Nutrition™ Carnitine Cooler™ today!

Helps performance
L-Carnitine Tartrate delays fatigue in physical activity and helps to promote an improvement in performance and muscle recovery when used in conjunction with a training regimen.*

Promotes fat loss
Carnitine Cooler™ promotes the utilisation of free fatty acids as energy in endurance sports.**

Maximum absorption
Carnitine Cooler™ has been enhanced with the amino acid L-Lysine for a better absorption of L-Carnitine.

How to take Carnitine Cooler™
Mix 1 scoop in 4 ounces of ice cold water. Take up to 3 servings daily.

Because taste matters
Revolution Nutrition™ has earned a solid reputation as the best tasting sports supplements on the market today. We always take the time and effort to create flavors that are simply second to none so that each and every one of our consumers is always 100% satisfied.

* Ho JY, Kraemer WJ, Volek JS, Fragala MS, Thomas GA, Dunn-Lewis C, Coday M, Hakkinen K, Maresh CM. L-carnitine L-tartrate supplementation favorably affects biochemical markers of recovery from physical exertion in middle-aged men and women. Metabolism Clinical and Experimental Journal 2010;59:1190-1199.

**Stephens FB, Constantin-Teodosiu D, Greenhaff PL. New insights concerning the role of carnitine in the regulation of fuel metabolism in skeletal muscle. Journal of Physiology 2007;581.2:431-444.