Glutamine is the most common amino acid in our body.
Under normal circumstances, the body can easily synthesize the required amounts, but during stress or overloaded periods, the ability to synthesize may be compromised and an exogenous factor is required. In fact, low glutamine levels are often found during periods of overtraining and fatigue.
It is involved in many processes:
- It is used as a fuel by immune system cells and by the cells in the gut.
- It prevents muscle cell breakdown after intense physical activity.
It is known that:
Glutamine is a substance found in foods such as meat, poultry meat, fish and dairy products.
Circumstances in which glutamine can be considered important or useful
- Training courses that require heavy endurance training.
- Integrity of the intestinal wall.
- Training intensity.
Gluten free. No added sugar. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Size 300 g. Neutral taste.
0.3 g / per kg / per day (1 measure = 6 g)
HOW TO USE
Take a maximum of 25 g / day with water. (recommendation: 2 measuring spoons before and 2 measuring spoons after training)