- Improves Protein Metabolism
- Increases Nitrogen Shuttling to Muscles
- Boosts a Healthier Immune System
- Supports Better Gut Health
More than 60% of all human skeletal muscle is comprised of the amino acid L-Glutamine. Research has shown the increased benefits of supplementing Glutamine into our daily lives. For fitness enthusiasts and athletes alike, virtually nothing compares when it comes to improved recovery times. By improving the body’s ability to metabolize protein, the ability to recover from long training sessions during times of extreme duress like dieting is much improved. With such a large percentage of skeletal muscle being comprised of Glutamine, it only makes sense to increase your daily intake of this specific amino acid. Glutamine has also shown it provides muscle metabolism and cellular support not shared by any other single amino acid, making the benefits of L-Glutamine supplementation imperative in any athlete.
In addition, Glutamine has shown improve gut health, in particular the small intestine. That in turn provides a boost in our immune system. Glutamine is essential for maintaining intestinal function and aiding in the immune response as well. After Glutamine is synthesized in skeletal muscle it enters into the bloodstream and is transported to the liver, small intestine, kidney and cells of the immune system where it plays another vital role. Glutamine is used by white blood cells (WBC’s) and helps normalize our immune-system function.
Improve your recovery, overall health and your ability to digest and metabolize proteins by adding additional Glutamine into your supplement regime. Improved recovery during dieting, contest prep and strenuous training sessions can be achieved quickly and easily. L-Glutamine reigns supreme during times of physical stress and improves your ability to fight off colds and other potential health related issues.
- 5mg L-Glutamine per serving
L-Glutamine 500g - HTP
Mix 1 scoop of Glutamine Powder with 8oz. of water or your favorite beverage or use as directed by a physician or licensed nutritionist