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L-Glutamine 1,000mg by Pure Encapsulations
Life can be stressful; there’s
no doubt about that. With the demands of family and work‚ sometimes you just
don't have time to chill out and recover. When your body undergoes an intense
strain—whether due to exercise or illness—it may need some extra help.
L-glutamine is an amino acid produced by the muscles and found in certain
foods‚ including fish‚ eggs‚ beets‚ beans‚ cabbage‚ and spinach. Amino acids
are responsible for building protein. For many people‚ it’s difficult to get
enough of the fresh‚ nutritious to satisfy daily requirements. This naturally
occurring amino acid is normally abundant in your body‚ but during times of
stress, ‚ illness or injury‚ supplementation is often recommended. Athletes
have long used L-glutamine supplements to aid in muscle recovery and enhance
l-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in
the body. In times of metabolic stress, glutamine is utilized by the body for
tissue repair, gastrointestinal tract support, and natural defense system
function. Pure Encapsulations Glutamine plays a large role in maintaining
healthy intestinal integrity by enhancing the intestine's protective mucosal
lining. In addition, glutamine is important in the preservation of muscle mass.
Pure Encapsulations l-Glutamine nutritionally supports the mucosal lining and
the healthy functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as lean muscle
Uses For l-Glutamine
Gastrointestinal Health: In the gut, glutamine maintains the healthy integrity
of the intestinal tract and enhances the protective mucosal lining. This helps
to ensure proper nutrient utilization and absorption while limiting the amount
of toxins that pass through the intestinal barrier.
Muscle Support and Recovery: l-Glutamine provides potential support
for muscle function and glycogen replenishment following exercise. In addition,
its effects on immune function may support post exercise recovery and
What Is The Source?
l-Glutamine is derived from the fermentation of vegetables. Vitamin C (ascorbyl
palmitate) is derived from corn dextrose fermentation and palm oil.