Nutrisport Aspartame Free Glutamine Powder 100g is pure pharmaceutical grade, it’s the most abundant amino acid in the body and can help your health is so many ways.
You may ask yourself, would L-Glutamine help me? If you have the following symptoms, taking L-Glutamine could be beneficial:
- Sugar or alcohol cravings
- Constipation or diarrhea
- Poor immune system
- Low muscle mass
- Poor wound healing
- Slow recovery after workouts
L-Glutamine is one of the most important nutrients for a healthy digestive tract because of its ability to maintain the integrity of the intestinal wall. This amino acid heals all tissue in the body, especially those irritated tissues in the digestive tract. It is also known as the calming amino acid since it’s very effective at reducing anxiety, as well as sugar and alcohol cravings.
A 2011 study published in the Yonsei Medical Journal found that glutamine supports the immune system and is especially beneficial for patients in the hospital and those fighting viruses or overwhelming infections. (Kim, 2011) Clinically, we have found that our clients looking for better digestion and fewer cravings (especially for have greatly benefited from an L-glutamine supplement.
If you have anxiety, sugar or alcohol cravings, constipation or diarrhea, a poor immune system, low muscle mass, poor wound healing or slow recovery after workouts, you may want to supplement with L-glutamine. L-Glutamine comes in two forms, powder and capsules or tablets, for ease of absorption I much prefer powder form which you can put directly under your tongue of dissolve in water, nut or seed milk, juice or smoothies.
Dosage: You can take 1/2 a level tsp (approx 600mg) twice a day between meals, sprinkled under your tongue or dissolved in a cool drink or take care directed by your nutritionist.
- Kim, H. A. National Institutes of Health, US National Library of Medicine, (2011). Glutamine as an immunonutrient (PMCID: PMC3220259). Retrieved from Yonsei Medical Journal website: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22028151