The University of Maryland Medical Center lists other food sources of L-carnitine, although these sources contain small amounts. The sources are peanut butter, avocado, asparagus and wheat products. While they are low in L-carnitine content, they do add some to the diet, along with other vital vitamins and nutrients as well. An article published April 22, 2009, by the National Health Association, titled "Vegans and Carnitine," also lists nuts, beans and seeds as being viable sources.
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