Glutamine is the most important amino acid for athletes. Outstandingly, anabolic and mental bodily functions are responsible for proper functioning as well as enhancing the physical performance of athletes by strengthening the weakened immune system.
Its biggest advantage comes from its nitrogen-carrying function, which means that it delivers other amino acids to muscle cells, where they can be incorporated by cells along with glutamine. The powder texture is therefore very popular among athletes. It is able to regulate cell volume (affecting insulin, growth hormone, and cortisone levels, thereby affecting cell volume), which is why performance athletes also prefer to use it.
It helps prevent anemia and improves heart function.
It improves intestinal damage in gluten-sensitive patients by preventing and alleviating the permeability of the intestinal wall.
Relieves the symptoms of gastritis.
It can improve the condition of patients with inflammation of the pancreas.
A daily intake of 3000 mg of glutamine can speed up the healing of a stomach ulcer.
Enhances the overall health of the digestive system.
Improves the condition of the gallbladder.
As the main source of energy for the intestines, it increases blood circulation in the intestines and throughout the abdomen.
Glutamine helps keep your kidneys healthy.
Glutamine improves the functioning of the immune system and helps prevent allergies (especially food allergies). These effects are due to its general anti-inflammatory effect. Intake of 5,000 to 10,000 mg per day can prevent the development of bacterial and viral diseases. Glutamine has also been found to be effective in treating AIDS patients.
Glutamine in the treatment of cancer
It helps prevent carcinogenic breast cancer. It helps minimize the damage caused by chemotherapy in cancer patients and improves the effectiveness of chemotherapy. In addition, it helps to heal the intestines after chemotherapy.
As a result of chemotherapy, the size of the tumor is reduced by an average of 25%. This value is as high as 45% when glutamine is added to the treatment. In other words, it may increase the sensitivity of cancer cells to cytotoxic chemotherapy, i.e., increase the chances of survival in chemotherapy patients.
Glutamine reduces cravings for carbohydrates, reduces insulin resistance and lowers elevated blood sugar.
It improves the health of people who exercise regularly.
Prevents the breakdown of proteins in the muscles during exercise, reduces muscle spasms, relieves fatigue.
Improves liver regeneration and helps with weight loss.
Glutamine increases the synthesis of proteins in the muscles, thereby promoting muscle growth. It prevents the breakdown of proteins in the muscles and enhances muscle growth.
It reduces muscle cramps after an extreme amount of exercise.
Free L-Glutamine is relatively poorly absorbed, so we recommend keeping it under your tongue for half a minute before consuming it. Glutamine powder primarily strengthens the immune system and takes advantage of the physiological effects listed below in the body, but it is also incorporated into the muscles in small amounts.
Why is glutamine useful?
In the human body, 60% of the free amino acids in the muscles are glutamine, which helps prevent white blood cells. It also improves the condition of the digestive system, clearly improving the condition of people with various intestinal diseases.
Glutamine is also used in a variety of ways in modern medicine because of its extreme ability to minimize the damage caused by chemotherapies and radiation treatments known to treat cancer. The immune system is then damaged so much that the risk of infection is extremely high – taking glutamine reduces it to 3%!
1 Serving Size: 1 teaspoon (5 g)
Each doy pack contains 100 servings
|Nutrient||In 100 g of product||In one serving (5 g)|
|Energy||1 700 kJ / 400 kcal||85 kJ / 20 kcal|
|Fat||0 g||0 g|
|– of which saturated fatty acids||0 g||0 g|
|Carbohydrate||0 g||0 g|
|– of which sugar||0 g||0 g|
|Protein||100 g||5 g|
|Salt||0 g||0 g|
|L-glutamine (free amino acid form)||100 g||5 g|
*NRV: Nutrient reference values of an average adult
Ingredients: 100% L-glutamine (free amino acid form).
Allergen information: Made in a plant using milk, soy, eggsand nuts.