Glutamine – in Geneva
WHAT IS GLUTAMINE?
BULK POWDERS™ Glutamine, part of our Pure Series™ range, is the purest Glutamine powder available, and at a price that puts other brands to shame.
Glutamine is one of the most popular products in the Pure Series™ range. Its popularity stems from the fact that Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid found in muscle tissue. Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid; this means that during specific periods (such as exercising) the body uses more Glutamine that is being synthesised.
BENEFITS OF GLUTAMINE
- Pure pharmaceutical grade Glutamine Powder
- The most abundant amino acid in muscle tissue
- Conditionally essential amino acid
WHO IS GLUTAMINE SUITABLE FOR?
Glutamine is suitable for those exercising regularly or intensely who are looking to increase their dietary Glutamine intake.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I'm bodybuilding: How can glutamine help me?
Glutamine can be a very effective supplement for bodybuilders. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid within muscle tissue, however when you train, glutamine levels can be significantly reduced as muscle tissue breaks down – even more so with the bodybuilding style of training. Supplementing with Glutamine (in particular post-workout) can allow you to restore the depleted Glutamine levels.
What is in glutamine powder and why does the body need it?
Glutamine powder is 100% L Glutamine, which is a conditionally essential amino acid. This means at certain times, this amino acid is needed from the diet, as the body cannot synthesis enough to replenish levels. One of these occasions is after you work out – training causes muscle glutamine levels to deplete to a point where the amino acid becomes conditionally essential. Consuming L Glutamine Powder will provide your body with a rich source of Glutamine that will help to restore muscle glutamine levels.
Do I take glutamine before or after workouts?
Glutamine is best consumed post-workout to help restore depleted muscle glutamine levels.
What's the connection between glutamine and amino acids?
Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid, this means that during certain periods (such as post-workout) it becomes essential to be consumed in the diet, as the body cannot synthesise enough to meet this deficiency.
Will I have to adjust my diet plan to take this product?
No, Glutamine is a free form amino acid, therefore does not have a specific calorific value. Simply add it to your post-workout shake, or throughout the day to support recovery.Disclaimer: Implied results may vary. Individuals will respond differently. Implied results assume an appropriate nutrition and training plan.
L-Glutamine (4g), Flavouring (Mixed Berry, Apple & Lime), Citric Acid, Colour (Cu Chlorophyllin, Beetroot Red), Sucralose.
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BULK POWDERS™ Glutamine is suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.
Mix 1 heaped scoop (approximately 5g) with 50ml water or added to a protein shake. Take 1-3 servings daily.
For flavoured varieties, mix 1 heaped scoop (approximately 5g) with 200ml water .Take 1-3 servings daily.
Combining Glutamine with a fast-acting carbohydrate such as Waxy Maize Starch may help shuttle Glutamine to the muscle cells faster. This is ideal for after exercise when your muscles are craving amino acids.
Glutamine is complementary to many other products, ranging from other amino acids such as Instantised BCAA to other products such as Complete All in One™, Pure Whey Protein™ and Complete T-Booster™.