More about Glutamine
Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid found in the body.
The ultimate amino acid when it comes to muscle repair, reducing muscle soreness and muscle recovery.
Glutamine does not guarantee a big pump or a 20kg increase in your bench-press, but it is absolutely essential for developing both - in a roundabout way.
During your workout, levels of glutamine drop sharply. Your glutamine levels can drop by up to 50%. This reduces your body's ability to recover properly. If your immune system or other parts of your body become glutamine-deficient, the muscles' glutamine stores are first to be robbed, creating the risk of catabolism (breaking-down of muscle).
Help your body progress, not go backwards.
Supplementing glutamine will help your overall immune health. It will also maximize your muscles' potential for growth, and help you to get more out of your future training sessions.
Glutamine has also been found to boost the metabolism and fat-burning - both during workouts and when at rest.
It also acts more directly to increase muscle size and strength, and it increases growth hormone levels along with leucine levels - the most important BCAA in muscle protein synthesis.
Often overlooked as a simple amino acid, Glutamine is one of the best anti-catabolic ingredients around, so start sending in those reinforcements and supporting your body's battle in the gym.
Glutamine can be taken before, during or after your workout. We recommend supplementing glutamine before and after training