ALCAR


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AcronymDefinition
ALCARAcety-L-Carnitine
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Hagen showed that old, sluggish rats became as physically and mentally active as rats half their age within a few weeks of being fed ALCAR and lipoic acid.
Those CPAs who value for EVA and ALCAR usually employ standard valuation theory in a discounted cash-flow format.
ALCAR treatment decreased all lipoprotein fractions and consequently the levels of triacylglycerol and cholesterol.
In this population, clinical evidence indicates that ALCAR supplementation helps to slow down the rate of progression of the disease and in particular has beneficial effects on memory and attention span.
The results suggest that the ALCAR treatment in old rats activates PGC-1alpha-dependent mitochondrial biogenesis, thus partially reverting the age-related mitochondrial decay.