The liver is an important metabolic organ of lipids and fats. In addition to eating too much fat can lead to fatty liver, when the body lacks L-carnitine or methyl supply is insufficient, it will cause obstacles to the oxidation of long-chain fatty acids and lead to excessive accumulation of fat in the liver.
L-carnitine, also known as Left-carnitine, vitamin BT, chemical name β-hydroxyγ-trimethylammonium butyric acid, is the white transparent fine powder that is a kind of amino acid promoting the conversion of fat into energy. The main source of L-carnitine is red meat. Different types of daily diets already contain 5-100 mg of L-carnitine.