L-Glutamine - Pulver
Very good bio-availability!
- For brain
- Immune system and
L-glutamine is one of the semi-essential amino acids and is the most common amino acid in the human body. It is involved in more metabolic processes than any other amino acid and contains the only two amino nitrogen atoms.
At an increased glucose requirement for energy production, L-glutamine is converted to glucose. As an energy source, it is also important for the development of enterocytes, a cell type that occurs mainly in the epithelium of the gastro-intestinal tract. Therefore, L-glutamine is used also at increased intestinal permeability, the so-called "leaky gut syndrome".
Furthermore, L-glutamine is required by the white blood cells, is important for the immune function and detoxification of ammonia, especially in the brain, and is used as a building block for DNA and RNA. As it participates in the regulation of the acid-base balance, it may prevent an acidosis.
L-glutamine may help to preserve the glycogen in the muscles. It stimulates the production of growth hormone and promotes neural health. It easily passes through the blood-brain barrier into the brain, where it is converted into glutamic acid. This is an important energy source in addition to glucose, acts as stimulating neurotransmitter and is found in brain regions, which are responsible for the intellectual skills and the mental activity.
Directions for use: 1 teaspoon of powder (approx. 4.7 g) stirred in water, one to three times daily between meals. Up to 25 g / day.
1 Teaspoon of powder (4.7 g = 1 portion) contains:
|L glutamine||4.7 g|
Recommended use: 1 Teaspoon (approximately 4.7 g) powder stirred in water, one to three times a day between meals, up to 25 g / day.
Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Keep away from children.
The recommended daily dosage should not be exceeded.