Olimp L-Glutamine Powder 500g
- Recommended for physically active people and athletes
- Effectively reduces muscle damage after training and quickly and effectively stimulates their regeneration
- Innovative formula in 3 sensational flavours
Amino acids are the building blocks that form body and dietary proteins. Twenty-two different amino acids occur in nature and have traditionally been grouped into two categories--nonessential and essential. Nonessential amino acids are made by the liver from general dietary protein intake and don't have to be consumed directly. In contrast, essential amino acids cannot be made "from scratch" by the liver and therefore must come from diet or supplements to meet the body's daily demands.
Glutamine has traditionally been considered a "non-essential" amino acid, but current research suggests that it may be "conditionally essential" under certain metabolic conditions such as exercise.
BRAIN FUEL - Glutamine crosses the blood /brain barrier readily and is converted into Glutamic acid in thebrain. Asakeyneurotransmitterithelpsincreasementalfunction,alertness,andexertsamildanti- depressant effect.
IN TES TIN AL HE AL TH - Glutamine is the major source of energy for cells in the GI tract. The gut or any other of the mucous membranes respond exceptionally well to glutamine, which helps to heal mucosal tissue.
STRESS AND TRAUMA – when individuals are metabolically stressed, they become catabolic, which means that their tissue is breaking down. Increased stress or injury dramatically increases glutamine usage and excretion. Supplemental glutamine can help support muscle tissue and prevent muscle wastage and breakdown.
LI VER DE TOXIFICA TION – glutamine acts as a nitrogen shuttle helping reduce the formation of toxic levels of ammonia in the liver. Glutamine is also required by the liver to manufacture glutathione a potent antioxidant.
IMMUNE BOOSTER – glutamine has been shown to stimulate lymphocytes, phagocytes and antibody IgA(keeps bacteria from entering the body)activity. Data shows that optimal glutamine levels are crucial in preventing immuno suppression in burns. patients. Auto immune conditions can benefit from glutamine administration due to glutathione production reducing harmful cytokine activity.
SPORTS PERFORMANCE – glutamine can offer a variety of benefits for athletes; through supporting muscle tissue maintenance, stress control, and immune support.
PAIN – Glutamine has been found to be almost as effective as phenylbutazone (similar to aspirin) in
reducing pain, inflammation and swelling.
Dosage range: 1tsp (3.5 g) – 2 tsp daily or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Potential applications: sports nutrition, stress management, detoxification, ‘leaky gut’ syndrome, mouth, stomach or intestinal ulcers, diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, IBS, alcoholism, surgery and post surgical recovery, mental ‘sharpness.’