L-carnitine is a key element of the last phase of fat decomposition. It transports free fatty acids to the place of their final oxidation (mitochondria) where the energy accumulated in them is released, significantly increasing the exercise capacity of the body. Effective oxidation of free fatty acids guarantees that they will not be stored in the form of triglycerides, i.E. They will not increase the volume of fat tissue. Additionally, vitamin b6, which is found in a number of enzymes involved in metabolic conversion processes, directly participates in the metabolism of carbohydrates (production and decomposition of muscle glycogen) and fats, further intensifying the generation of energy. Vitamin b6 is crucial for the production of haemoglobin and, by participating in the production of antibodies, it improves the body’s immunity.