Glutamine has recently been the focus of much scientific interest. A growing body of evidence suggests that during certain stressful times.
The body may require more Glutamine than it can produce. Under these circumstances Glutamine may be considered a “conditionally essential” amino acid.
Glutamine is involved in maintaining a positive nitrogen balance and also aids rapidly growing cells (immune system lymphocytes and intestinal cell enterocytes).
In addition, Glutamine is a regulator of acid-base balance and a nitrogen transporter.
- L-Glutamine helps improve energy levels by converting excess ammonia into amino acids and amino sugars that can be utilized by the body as energy. L-Glutamine also boosts athletic performance, helps build muscles and helps in muscle recovery.
- REPLENISH YOUR GLUTAMINE LEVELS: During excessive exercise, the body releases cortisol, which ultimately lowers glutamine levels that are stored. Your body needs Glutamine because Glutamine levels deplete during workouts. This is why supplementation of L-Glutamine is so important.
- Regulates nitrogen transport to and from muscle tissue
- Free form l-glutamine to promote optimal absorption and assimilation
- L-Glutamine is a major fuel source for intestinal, immune and brain cells