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L Carnitine Heart Disease

You Are What You Eat: Gut Bacteria and Heart Disease

Paul Spector, M.D. | Posted 08.10.2013 | Healthy Living
Paul Spector, M.D.

This just in, fat may not be the culprit in the red meat-heart disease equation. Recent evidence suggests that the troublemaker is L-carnitine, an amino acid (protein building block) found in meat and a commonly-used health supplement.

Carnitine Confusion: What Does That New Red Meat Study Really Mean?

Dr. Jonny Bowden | Posted 07.01.2013 | Healthy Living
Dr. Jonny Bowden

Carnitine may well turn out to be the perpetrator of the "crime" of heart disease, but it's way too early to tell. Simple, sound-bite answers to difficult questions may make us feel good, but they rarely lead to effective solutions.

Does Carnitine Really Cause Heart Disease?

Alan R. Gaby, M.D. | Posted 06.18.2013 | Healthy Living
Alan R. Gaby, M.D.

The bulk of the scientific evidence indicates that carnitine is beneficial for the heart, and the conclusion circulated by the media that carnitine is harmful is unwarranted.

Red Meat Nutrient Linked With Heart Disease

Posted 06.08.2013 | Healthy Living

By: Cari Nierenberg, MyHealthNewsDaily Contributor Published: 04/08/2013 08:23 AM EDT on MyHealthNewsDaily The high amounts of saturated fat and...