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INTENSE EXERCISE RAPIDLY REPLETES STORES OF GLUTAMINE LEVELS, SUPPLEMENTATION MAY HELP MAINTAIN THESE CRUCIAL GLUTAMINE LEVELS. ENTER BASIC TRAINING SERIES GLUTAMINE. GLUTAMINE IS INVOLVED IN PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AND PLAYS A PIVOTAL ROLE IN THE BODY’S NITROGEN BALANCE, PROVIDES FUEL FOR THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND HELPS MAINTAIN PROPER INTESTINAL FUNCTION. ENSURE OPTIMAL RECOVERY WITH BASIC TRAINING SERIES GLUTAMINE.
AS A DIETARY SUPPLEMENT, MIX ONE SCOOP (5G) WITH 8-10 FL. OZ OF WATER OR YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE. FOR BEST RESULTS, TAKE PRE AND POST-WORKOUT.
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Glutamine is the most common amino acid found in muscle tissue. It is involved in protein synthesis and plays a pivotal role in the body’s nitrogen balance, provides fuel for the immune system and helps maintain proper intestinal function. While the body produces glutamine, there are times when the body may need more glutamine than it can produce. Intense exercise is one of these scenarios, as it can rapidly deplete glutamine stores, directly affecting the immune system and muscle synthesis. Supplementing with Glutamine may help maintain these critical glutamine levels and support some of your body’s most basic functions, especially when training and putting exercise-induced stress on the body. Ingredient Info: Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, and much of it is stored in muscle tissue. Glutamine transports nitrogen into your muscle cells and plays a significant role in muscle protein synthesis and in preventing muscle breakdown. Glutamine also provides support to the immune system. Ways to Customize your Supplementation: Add a scoop to your Grunt or Breach and sip on non-training days to help prevent muscle breakdown. Add to your post workout shake on heavy or high endurance training days to enhance recovery and muscle protein synthesis. Stack with Basic Training Vitamin C for robust immune support.
Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, and much of it is stored in muscle tissue. Glutamine transports nitrogen into your muscle cells and plays a significant role in muscle protein synthesis and in reducing exercise induced muscle breakdown. Glutamine also provides support to the immune system.