GLUTAMINE is an endogenous amino acid that is necessary for the proper functioning of our body. It is the most widespread amino acid in the human body. Constitutes as much as 60% of the total supply of amino acids in the body. Glutamine is important for various metabolic processes such as protein synthesis, glucose metabolism and pH regulation. It can be a byproduct of glucose metabolism or come from external sources such as meat, fish, dairy products and legumes.
The popularity of glutamine is due to its anti-catabolic properties and the potential prevention of muscle catabolism. This means that it helps maintain muscle mass and prevent tissue damage. Providing the right amount of amino acids to the body. Glutamine is also important for maintaining normal immune function and can have a positive effect on wound healing and scarring. It can also support the production of glutathione, a natural antioxidant that protects the body from free radicals.
Dosage: 10-15 g per day.