APS Nutrition Bulk L-Glutamine 500g
Glutamine has recently been the focus of abundant scientific attention. An increasing body of evidence shows that during certain stressful times, the body may call for more glutamine than it can produce. Under these circumstances Glutamine may be considered a "conditionally essential" amino acid. Glutamine is involved in preserving a positive nitrogen balance (an probolic state) and also aids quickly growing cells (immune system hymphocytes and intestinal cell enterocytes). In addition, Glutamine is a regulator of acid-base balance and a nitrogen transporter.
APS Nutrition Bulk L-Glutamine Benefits
- Anti-catabolic nutrient
- Preserves positive nitrogen balance
- Produces a probolic environment
- Crucial for the synthesis & protection of muscle
- Supports muscle repair & recovery
- Supports the integrity of the intestinal lining
APS Nutrition Bulk L-Glutamine Dosage & Directions
Mix one rounded teaspoon of Glutamine Powder with 8oz water or your favorite beverage or use as directed by a physician or licensed nutritionist. Glutamine is one of the most abundant amino acids found in the skeletal muscles. Glutamine plays a pivotal role in the nitrogen balance in the body. Prolonged high-intensity exercise has been shown to decrease glutamine levels, which may result in glutamine deficiency.
APS Nutrition Bulk L-Glutamine Side Effects & Warnings
As with any Dietary Supplement please speak to your Doctor before beginning any supplement regimen.
APS Nutrition Bulk L-Glutamine Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon
Serving Per Container: 100
Amount Per Serving
L-Glutamine (AjiPure) - 5000mg
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