- CarnosineBodybuilding SupplementEnduranceBodybuildingAnti- Aging
How It Works:
Top Carnosine Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Carnosine is a dipeptide composed of histidine and alanine; it is found exclusively in animal tissue. Carnosine is concentrated in the brain, heart, and skeletal muscles. READ MORE...USED FOR: Preventing aging, Diabetic neuropathy, Cataracts, Renal dysfunction, Autism, Exercise performance.MECHANISM: The role of Carnosine in the body is not well understood. Carnosine has been shown to act as an antioxidant; carnosine may also reverse or delay some of the effects that contribute to aging by interfering with certain chemicals related to the aging process. READ MORE...DOSAGE: Capsules: 500 mg daily. Eye drops: two drops, twice daily. READ MORE...SIDE EFFECTS: No side effects have been reported with oral use. Carnosine eye drops have been shown to be well tolerated for up to two years. READ MORE...INTERACTIONS: Blood pressure lowering drugs; may interact with herbs and supplements with blood pressure lowering effects, including cat's claw, coenzyme Q-10, fish oil, L-arginine, theanine, and more.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Cysteine, D-Ribose, Carnosine, Hordinine
- Supports athletic peformance & muscle vitality
- Anti-oxidant with anti-glycation effects
- May boost immune system & anti-inflammatory
What are the side effects?
there is only one study that had side effects. something with a few of the autistic children. may have made them more hyperactive. Other than that, it is rare to see anyone mention side effects. best thing to do is take it with a little carnITine and maybe na-r-ala. also take some gamma e. take some different time of day. i read where it may have 5 hour activity before it gets used up.