L-Glutamine, Supports Muscle Mass, 1000 mg per serving – 120 capsules.
- Price: Rs. 748.00 - Out of Stock
- Brand: Zenithnutrition
- Product ID: 4400291339
L-Glutamine has recently been the focus of much scientific interest. A growing body of evidence suggests that during certain stressful times, the body may require more Glutamine than it can produce. Under these circumstances Glutamine may be considered a "conditionally essential" amino acid. Glutamine is involved in maintaining a positive nitrogen balance (an anabolic state) and also aids rapidly growing cells (immune system lymphocytes and intestinal cell enterocytes). In addition, glutamine is a regulator of acid-base balance and a nitrogen transporter. L-glutamine is the most prevalent amino acid in the bloodstream. It is found in high concentration in skeletal muscle and lung, liver, brain, and gastrointestinal tissues. Skeletal muscle contains the greatest intracellular concentration of glutamine, comprising up to 60 percent of total body glutamine stores, and muscle is the primary storage depot and exporter of glutamine to other tissues. However, the gastrointestinal tract is the greatest user of glutamine in the body because glutamine provides the primary fuel for the nutrient-absorbing cells that line the walls of the small intestine.
Other Ingredients: Veg capsules
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement for adults; take two (2) capsules daily with a meal, or as directed by a physician.
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Glutamine is one of the 20 naturally occurring amino acids in dietary protein, specifically it is a conditionally essential amino acid
1. Why Zenith Nutrition Glutamine is required?
Glutamine is a very effective intestinal and immune system health compound, as these cells use glutamine as the preferred fuel source rather than glucose.
2. What does Glutamine do?
This amino acid is an important anabolic precursor for muscle growth following exercise. In fact the anabolic effects of glutamine include both an increase in protein synthesis muscle hypertrophy or increased number of muscle cells and increases in muscle cell expansion and filling with creatine, water and carbohydrate.
3. What is the need of L-Glutamine?
Glutamine is essential for maintaining intestinal function and aiding in the immune response as well. After glutamine is synthesized in skeletal muscle it is released into the bloodstream and transported to the kidney, liver and small intestine and cells of the immune system where it plays another vital role.