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01-29-2016 06:10 AM
scottmcleod21 Thanks
01-29-2016 03:06 AM
silva You can find vegan carnitine supplements, but you should check out these studies before you do-
http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=l+carnitine
http://www.vegan-supplement-checklis...carnitine.html
01-29-2016 02:03 AM
scottmcleod21
L Carnitine

I generally take this supplement when training for a marathon. However I have noticed on the label that it is not suitable for vegetarians/vegans.
Holland and Barrett do a similar product with the same ingredients which they claim is suitable for vegetarians/vegans and various vegetarian/vegan websites say it's ok for vegetarians/vegans to take this supplement .
The product I'm using is from myprotein.com. Are they just being over cautious or can it be manufactured in different ways?

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