Glutamine - Recovery Amino Acid:
Produced in the body naturally, Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in skeletal muscle and is often depleted due to training, stress, and poor diet. Research indicates that active people often do not produce enough Glutamine within their liver to restore critical Glutamine levels within a reasonable time frame following training. In hospitals, Glutamine is used for patients that have severe burns to speed recovery and prevent muscle wasting. Supplemental Glutamine can be utilized to repair trained muscles and support the natural production of human growth hormone, which is important to muscle recovery and gains. Glutamine can also support the immune system, and allow for more intense training.
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