BALTIMORE - A supplement could help cut your risk of death following a heart attack.
New research finds adding L-Carnitine could help. L-Carnitine is naturally found in high concentrations in red meat. It is also widely sold as a nutritional supplement-- which is claimed to improve energy, weight loss, and athletic performance.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic say L-Carnitine significantly improves cardiac health in patients who've had a heart attack.