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|03||Leanplex 1.5kg Vanilla Velvet|
|04||EnduraPower 2kgs(30 litres) Tangy Tangerine|
|05||Leanplex 1.5kg Chocolate Classic|
|07||Fat-Less 200 Caps|
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|10||GU Lemon Sublime Sachet|
|Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid found in muscle tissue. It helps with muscle repair and recovery during periods of rigorous training. Glutamine promotes improved nitrogen balance, enhanced immunity and increased lean muscle tone.|
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Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid (building block of protein) in the bloodstream. It is considered a "conditionally essential amino acid" because it can be manufactured in the body, but under extreme physical stress the demand for glutamine exceeds the body's ability to synthesize it. Most glutamine in the body is stored in muscles followed by the lungs, where much of the glutamine is manufactured. Glutamine is important for removing excess ammonia (a common waste product in the body). In the process of picking up ammonia, glutamine donates it when needed to make other amino acids, as well as sugar, and the antioxidant glutathione.
Several types of important immune cells rely on glutamine for energy -- without it, the immune system would be impaired. Glutamine also appears to be necessary for normal brain function and digestion.
Adequate amounts of glutamine are generally obtained through diet alone because the body is also able to make glutamine on its own. Certain medical conditions, including injuries, surgery, infections, and prolonged stress, can deplete glutamine levels, however. In these cases, glutamine supplementation may be helpful.
Glutamine powder should not be added to hot beverages because heat destroys this amino acid. Glutamine supplements should also be kept in a dry location. Moisture leads to breakdown of this substance.
Glutamine is different from glutamate (glutamic acid), monosodium glutamate, and gluten. Glutamine will not cause symptoms (headaches, facial pressure, tingling, or burning sensation) associated with sensitivity to monosodium glutamate. People who are gluten sensitive can use glutamine without problems.
1 rounded scoop provides 6.6g (6600mg) of 100% pharmaceutical grade Glutamine (free form)
Take 1-3 times daily, or use as directed by a healthcare practitioner.
For additional explosive power and strength, include one scoop of Pace & Power’s 100% pure pharmaceutical grade Creatine Monohydrate to your post-training Glutamine drink