L-GLUTAMINE is an amino acid most commonly found in blood and muscle tissue. It accounts for up to 60% of all proteogenic amino acids that make up muscle proteins.
Anabolization of muscles with glutamine causes an increase in the volume of muscle fibre, which is especially beneficial in bodybuilding. With insufficient amounts of L-Glutamine in muscle cells, the overall regeneration of the body slows down and immunity decreases.
Pure L-Glutamine - increases immunity, flushes out growth hormone and testosterone after exercise. It acts by a similar mechanism to anabolics. L-GLUTAMINE is an important repository of nitrogen, severely restricting the processes of muscle tissue breakdown, thus preventing exertive and post-exertive catabolism.
Nutritionally physiological basis of the effect of glutamine:
- free 100% pure L-glutamine
- the best absorption is when administered sublingually (under the tongue)
- transports amino acids as a 'carrier' to muscle cells
- improves protein synthesis (muscle growth)
- reduces muscle loss caused by training (anti catabolic effect)
- increases the volume of muscle cells
- increases growth hormone (STH) levels by up to 400% in the short term
- ideal in combination with branched amino acids (BCAA)
- significantly strengthens the immune system, regulates muscle micro injury
- acidosis (acidification) of the body by increasing the excretion of ammonia by the kidneys
- increases training aggressiveness and training motivation
- improves concentration and brain function