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L-GLUTAMINE 300 [click to enlarge]

MSRP: $39.99
Internet Direct: $29.99

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L-GLUTAMINE 300 Grams
Pure Free Form POWDER!

•*Maximize Your Potential with the "Wonder Nutrient": L-Glutamine
•Imagine a nutrient that can improve human fat metabolism, increase the ability of the human brain, strengthen the immune system and improve muscle mass all at the same time.

•This is precisely what the amino acid L-Glutamine could do.
•The most recent animal and human studies have demonstrated that L-Glutamine is significantly more effective in regulating muscle protein than Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA).(1)
•Recent clinical studies have demonstrated that L-Glutamine is at least four times more effective in improving nitrogen balance than BCAA's in post-operative patients.(5-8)
•L-Glutamine is an amino acid (building blocks of protein) found in the muscles of the body.
•In fact, it is the most abundant free amino acid.
•Technically, glutamine is classified as a semi-essential amino acid, which means that under normal circumstances the body can manufacture it on its own to meet the physiological demands.
•However, there are times that glutamine becomes an essential amino acid due to metabolic stress situations like trauma (including surgical trauma), cancer, burns, sepsis and over training athletes.
•Under such conditions, it is important that there is an adequate intake of glutamine to meet the increased demand created by these situations.
More L-Glutamine Benefits:
•Promotes the maintenance of a healthy digestive tract.
•May promote mental alertness and improve mood and memory.
•May boost immune function and fight infection.
•May decrease sugar cravings and the desire for alcohol.
•Helps to prevent the kind of muscle loss (wasting) that can accompany prolonged bed rest or illnesses such as cancer and AIDS who may be incapable of manufacturing their own supply of glutamine.
•Side Note: It's important to note that stress an injury (including surgical trauma) cause the muscles to release glutamine into the bloodstream.
•In fact, some experts state that during the time of stress as much as one third of glutamine present in the muscles may be released. As a result, stress and/or illness can lead to the loss of skeletal muscle if not enough glutamine is available.
•Therefore, one of the benefits of L glutamine is to ensure enough of it is available in the body to help prevent muscle loss (wasting).
•Gastro-intestinal disorders
•Depression
•Irritability
•Withdrawal support for alcoholics
•Protection of liver tissue against damage from cancer chemotherapy and drugs such as acetaminophen (Tylenol)
•Prevent the kind of muscle loss (wasting) that can accompany prolonged bed rest or illnesses such as cancer and AIDS
•Athletes (may help protect the immune system from overtraining stress)

Glutamine-rich foods include: beef, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy, raw parsley, raw spinach as well as soybeans and other legumes.

USA LABORATORIES: General Statement: Purchase your supplements from pharmaceutical GMP compliant facilities, which adhere to the most stringent manufacturing standards. This is crucial because it provides you with the piece of mind knowing that your product does not contain contaminates and it does have the active ingredients stated on the label.

L-GLUTAMINE 300 Grams
Pure Free Form POWDER!

An amino acid that is known as a “conditionally” essential amino acid for athletes and people under stress.

*Largest free-amino acid in the muscles and important for muscle growth and homeostasis. Glutamine is also important to immune functioning. New studies show that glutamine is required for cellular replication in the immune system.

Other sources: Found in raw spinach and parsley.

USA LABORATORIES: General Statement: Purchase your supplements from pharmaceutical GMP compliant facilities, which adhere to the most stringent manufacturing standards. This is crucial because it provides you with the piece of mind knowing that your product does not contain contaminates and it does have the active ingredients stated on the label.

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27.Emery, AEH et al. Antenatal Diagnosis and Amino Acid Composition of Amniotic Fluid, Lancet I 1970: 1307-1308
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29.Gant, C., MD Interview on Ammonia Clearance and Liver Dysfunction, April 5, 1995.


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