SteelFit Blasts Off Steel Burn Frozen Rocket Pop for Presidents Day

SteelFit Steel Burn Frozen Rocket Pop

SteelFit is celebrating President’s Day 2021 with a Frozen Rocket Pop flavor of Steel Burn, giving you the clinical 3g carnitine per serving!

It’s President’s Day, and to celebrate a rich history with the best founding fathers that any nation could ask for, SteelFit is celebrating a new Frozen Rocket Pop flavor of Steel Burn!

This is hot on the heels of the successful Steel Vegan launch, a plant protein powder that had three extraordinarily unique flavors, with a best-in-class chocolate peanut butter!

Get 3g trusted L-carnitine in the patriotic way

Steel Burn is a simple yet effective liquid L-carnitine supplement, providing a clinically-bested 3g dose of carnitine coming from the most trusted name in the carnitine game, CarniPure.

Below, we cover the flavor profile of Frozen Rocket Pops and talk a bit more about what taking two grams of L-carnitine every day can do for you – especially if you’re L-carnitine deficient for various reasons. But first, check our coupon-powered prices and subscribe to PricePlow’s SteelFit News alerts below, as we have some great giveaways and deals on the way:

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Below we briefly talk about the flavor and the best meta analysis on L-carnitine supplementation (at doses lower than Steel Burn’s 3g). However, for more details on the supplement itself (which also cites further L-carnitine research), see our main Steel Burn article titled Steel Burn: Unlock Fat Stores with L-Carnitine.

What is Frozen Rocket Pop flavor?

Steel Burn Frozen Rocket Pop

Some cherry, some blue raspberry, and some lime comes together in SteelFit’s Frozen Rocket Pop Flavor system!

Frozen Rocket Pops go by many names, such as “Bombsicle” or “Freedom Pop”. It’s originally based upon a popsicle that has three flavor sections made of cherry, lime, and blue raspberry.

Every supplement flavorist has their own spin on the flavor system, and it often depends on the underlying ingredients they’re working with. While the popsicle has its flavors segmented, supplement formulators have to get more creative to mix and time the individual notes. As opposed to the original popsicle flavor, we sometimes see lemon used instead of lime in the supplement space, but SteelFit has opted to stick with the time-tested lime portion, as shown in the image above.

SteelFit uses sucralose as a sweetener to help sweeten the flavor in their Steel Burn L-carnitine supplements – it’s tough to do

Once we’ve tested the flavor above, you’ll see the video embedded above to get a feel for it.

What are the benefits of L-Carnitine?

L-Carnitine is an amino acid that is used as a fatty acid transporter, shuttling free fatty acids into the mitochondria.[1] Ultimately, if you’re carnitine deficient, you’re not going to be burning optimal amounts of fat, because without carnitine, your body can’t get the fat to the place where it actually get utilized!

L-Carnitine

After reading a new review based upon 100 citations, we are finding fewer and fewer reasons not to take ~2g L-Carnitine each day

Because of this, the most consistently successful research on L-carnitine is on subjects who are carnitine-deficient:

  • Vegans / vegetarians
  • Elderly individuals
  • Hard-training athletes

2g is the “tried and true” dosage – Steel Burn Provides 3g!

There have been numerous studies on L-carnitine supplementation, covering various areas such as performance, fat burning, cognition, athletic recovery, and more. Anything involving fatty acid utilization — which is nearly anything “metabolic” — is going to be improved with better carnitine status.

Rather than citing each individual study here, we’ll just cite a recent monster meta analysis published in Nutrients, which in turn cited over 100 studies showing how effective L-carnitine supplementation and its underlying mechanisms are![2]

After reading the massive report, we came away with one conclusion, and used it as the title of our article: L-Carnitine is Underrated. New Meta Review Reminds Us Why.

The most important takeaway is that L-carnitine isn’t just for weight loss. It’s for anyone who isn’t eating loads of red meat that wants to keep moving.

CarniPure: L-Carnitine from Lonza

Carnipure Logo

Carnipure is a high quality form of L-carnitine from Lonza.

Important to note is that SteelFit is using Carnipure, which is the most trusted l-carnitine ingredient on the market, coming from the Lonza Group.

This is important, because cheaper “carnitine” supplements may include D-carnitine,[3] which is toxic in humans and mammals,[4] and may actually reduce carnitine stores and induce a deficiency!![5,6]

Long story short – SteelFit went with the good stuff, and we can trust that we have pure L-carnitine.

The rest of the formula

Steel Burn adds purified water, the flavor profile and its preservatives, and sweetens it with sucralose. It’s extraordinarily hard to flavor these liquid L-carnitine supplements without the help from sucralose.

SteelFit Steel Burn Ingredients

With Steel Burn you’re getting 100% L-carnitine from Carnipure!

The great thing is that they’re not using sugar alcohols, as we’ve seen in the past, to “cheat” on flavoring. Sugar alcohols add calories and may induce a slight bump in blood sugar, which is the exact opposite of what we want here, and we appreciate the purified water route used here.

The full Steel Burn flavor lineup

Below is an up-to-date list of all Steel Burn flavors with our coupon-driven prices:

    You can read more in our main Steel Burn article.

    Happy President’s Day from SteelFit!

    SteelFit Steel Vegan

    Looking for an incredible dairy-free protein powder? See SteelFit Steel Vegan, whose chocolate peanut butter flavor knocked us over!

    Steel Burn is targeted towards the weight loss market, and stacks incredibly well with SteelFit’s other fat burners like Shredded Steel and/or Steel Slim.

    However, it isn’t just about weight loss – it’s about overall metabolic health, and L-carnitine is one of the main “moving parts” to keep your body functioning optimally.

    We often look at incredibly complex ingredients to improve mitochondrial health and metabolic status. And while we do love those ingredients, the honest truth is that they’re next to useless if we don’t have the main “fatty acid highway” running at optimal levels. And that’s done by simply eating foods high in L-carnitine — or supplementing roughly 2g/day.

    Regardless of your diet, SteelFit makes it simple with Steel Burn, and now there’s an incredibly exciting new Frozen Rocket Pop flavor to deliver the goods.

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    About the Author: Mike Roberto

    Mike Roberto

    Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

    Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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