QNT L Glutamine Powder – 500g
- Protects muscles after training
- Helps in muscle recovery
- Helps support the immune system
- Useful for any type of sport
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WHAT IS L-GLUTAMINE?
L-Glutamine is a non-essential amino acid. It is very abundant (it makes up almost 2/3 of the amino acids that make up muscle protein) and is widely used by muscles, but is produced in limited quantities by the human body. It is therefore important to ensure an adequate intake of food and, if necessary, food supplements. Athletes who train particularly hard should consider supplementing their diet with L-Glutamine 6000 for best results.
L-Glutamine is one of the 20 naturally occurring amino acids (called protein building blocks) and is the most abundant in the human body. It is extremely important for the proper functioning of the body because it plays a major role in various metabolic reactions. Muscles that have undergone very intense or long efforts, such as weight training or prolonged endurance sports, and have entered the so-called catabolic phase (the period during which the muscles deteriorate) must rebuild the damaged fibers. During this recovery phase, it is extremely important to ensure that a sufficient supply of glutamine is available to ensure optimal results.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO USE L-GLUTAMINE ?
L-Glutamine 6000 is recommended for all types of sports, especially if you are pushing yourself to your limits. It is a very valuable supplement for endurance and strength sports, when the muscles need a good recovery phase. A high intake of L-Glutamine (one dose of L-Glutamine 6000 provides 6,000 mg) allows your body to be largely supported in the process of muscle rebuilding and recovery. Athletes who are serious about training and want to progress without setbacks should include L-GLUTAMINE 6000 in their daily diet !
To optimize the effects of L-Glutamine 6000, we recommend that you mix one dose (6 g) with water or your favorite fruit juice and take it once a day, preferably after training.
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