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Reflex L-Glutamine 250g

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Helps recovery from stress of trauma e.g. strenuous exercise, surgery, burns. Maintains proper function for your immune system. Maintains optimum cell hydration and volume Your Most Important Amino Acid The amino acid, Glutamine, has become more prominent as new studies reveal its unique contribution to protein synthesis (muscle growth), anti-proteolytic (prevents muscle tissue breakdown) functions and growth hormone elevating effects. Glutamine is the most abundant single amino acid in the blood and in the intracellular free amino acid pool (most abundant amino acid in muscle tissue). It comprises 61% of the amino acid pool in skeletal muscle. Glutamine''s unique structure, containing two nitrogen side chains, consists of 19% nitrogen - making it the primary transporter of nitrogen into the muscle cell. In fact, glutamine alone is responsible for 35% of the nitrogen that gets into the muscle cell. Glutamine literally drives muscle building nitrogen into the muscle cell where it is synthesized for growth. Glutamine concentrations fall markedly after training and remain low until complete recovery. What this means is, the very rigours of weight training leak nitrogen carrying glutamine from muscle tissue. This fall in glutamine is catabolic to muscle tissue. Supplementing with glutamine spares free glutamine in muscle tissue, counteracts the fall in muscle protein synthesis, and improves nitrogen balance. Amount Per Servings: L Glutamine 5g Directions For Use: Take one scoop (approximately 5g) with 300mls of water or juice. Training Days: Take one scoop half an hour prior to exercise, one immediately after exercise and one before bedtime. Non Training Days : Take one scoop three times daily evenly spaced throughout the day, with one serving before bedtime

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