L-Glutamine | 100 grams powder

$17.00

L-Glutamine Powder
100 grams (3.52oz) | Item Cataog Number: 00141
Glutamine is the most abundant free amino acid circulating in the blood as well as stored in the skeletal muscles. Glutamine is a diverse amino acid that is utilized in numerous

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L-Glutamine Powder
!00 grams (3.52 oz) | Item Catalog Number: 00141
Glutamine is the most abundant free amino acid circulating in the blood as well as stored in the skeletal muscles. Glutamine is a diverse amino acid that is utilized in numerous vital functions. It is necessary for rapidly dividing cells, including those of the gut and immune system. 1-11 It isalso used as an energy source in mitochondria,180 and is a precursor of the brain neurotransmitter glutamate. Glutamine isalso needed for optimal nucleotide biosynthesis and protein synthesis. 14-17
The function of glutamine in stimulating glycogen synthase, the enzyme which controls the synthesis and storage of glycogen fuel in muscles and liver, may provide a mechanism by which glutamine supplements promote enhanced fuel stores.
Glutamine is an important fuel for some immune cells, such as lymphocytes and macrophages, that may have specific immunostimulatory effects. 24,25
People that do heavy exercising can lower their glutamine levels causing stress to their body and immune systems. 18 For that reason, supplementing with glutamine can be important to a serious athlete, someone challenged with muscle loss, or who wants to help maintain optimal immune function under heavy stress. 23 Glutamine supplements cause a rapid rise in cellular glutamine levels and glutamine stores in muscle.

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Supplement Facts
Serving: Size: 1/2 teaspoon (approx. 2 grams)
Servings Per Container: about 51
Amount Per Serving:L-Glutamine 1.95 g
Other ingredients: none.
Dosage and Use: Take 1/2 teaspoon daily on an empty stomach, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Caution: If you have significant kidney or liver disease, please consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product.

Dosage and Use
Take 1/2 teaspoon daily on an empty stomach, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.

Caution
If you have significant kidney or liver disease, please consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product.