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L-Glutamine L-Glutamine

Scitec L-Glutamine is a source of L-glutamine, the main building material of skeletal muscles. L-glutamine supplementation stimulates regeneration, increases muscular hypertrophy, reduces craving for sweets and regenerates intestines.

L-glutamine – in the amino acid form, as glutamic acid, it constitutes 60% of proteins building skeletal muscles. In form of glutamine, it is involved in ammonia neutralisation and protein synthesis, which makes it one of the main regulators of anabolic processes in the human body system.

Muscular hypertrophy
Glutamine is formed as a result of combining glutamic acid with ammonia, the toxic by-product of numerous amino acid transformations. In this form, it comes back as a substrate of protein transformations and is necessary for the synthesis of many proteins important for the body system. In this way, glutamine concentration is an important factor regulating the metabolism of the whole organism. The endogenous synthesis of glutamine is sometimes unsufficient, especially in people doing strength trainings, which is why additional supplementation ensures smooths and undisturbed regeneration and building of muscle tissue.

Efficiency of the nervous system
Glutamic acid is an important stimulating neurotransmitter. Its proper concentration within presynaptic membranes allows for smooth conduction of nerve impulses. Too low glutamine concentration in the body system, caused by increased physical effort during workouts, can lead to impaired neural conduction. Glutamine is also used in the treatment of memory impairments, dementia and schizophrenic disorder.

Tightness of the intestinal barrier
Glutamine shows anti-inflammatory properties within intestinal mucosa and leads to its regeneration. In this way, it affects tightness of the intestinal barrier. The mucous membrane of intestines is often irritated, both by antinutrients and stress factors, which include intensive workouts. This is why almost all athletes need to take care of the condition of their enterocytes. Glutamine makes it posible to achieve full functionality of enterocytes, both in regard to the immune barrier against pathogens and absorption of nutrients.

Glutamine and craving for sweets
Studies demonstrate that glutamine deficiency symptoms include excessive craving for sweets. Researchers explain it with antagonistic influence of the glutamine-glycine complex in beta-endorphins which are responsible for stimulating the need for glucose supply. Glutamine supplementation can then reduce craving for sweets.

To sum it all up, Scitec L-Glutamine is a multidirectional support for the regenerating functions of the body system. It is especially recommended during adipose tissue reduction, when the body system is exposed to muscular catabolism, due to increased metabolic stress and low calorie supply. Glutamine protects then skeletal muscles and complements posible deficiencies in glutamic acid in other body system tissues, and at the same time, reduces craving for sweets.

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  • Improves regeneration of the body system
  • Regulates neural transmission
  • Restores the intestinal mucosa
  • Supports muscular hypertrophy
  • Reduces craving for sweets
  • Strong anticatabolic
  • Detoxifying properties

Scitec L-Glutamine is a source of L-glutamine, the main building material of skeletal muscles. L-glutamine supplementation stimulates regeneration, increases muscular hypertrophy, reduces craving for sweets and regenerates intestines.

L-glutamine – in the amino acid form, as glutamic acid, it constitutes 60% of proteins building skeletal muscles. In form of glutamine, it is involved in ammonia neutralisation and protein synthesis, which makes it one of the main regulators of anabolic processes in the human body system.

Muscular hypertrophy
Glutamine is formed as a result of combining glutamic acid with ammonia, the toxic by-product of numerous amino acid transformations. In this form, it comes back as a substrate of protein transformations and is necessary for the synthesis of many proteins important for the body system. In this way, glutamine concentration is an important factor regulating the metabolism of the whole organism. The endogenous synthesis of glutamine is sometimes unsufficient, especially in people doing strength trainings, which is why additional supplementation ensures smooths and undisturbed regeneration and building of muscle tissue.

Efficiency of the nervous system
Glutamic acid is an important stimulating neurotransmitter. Its proper concentration within presynaptic membranes allows for smooth conduction of nerve impulses. Too low glutamine concentration in the body system, caused by increased physical effort during workouts, can lead to impaired neural conduction. Glutamine is also used in the treatment of memory impairments, dementia and schizophrenic disorder.

Tightness of the intestinal barrier
Glutamine shows anti-inflammatory properties within intestinal mucosa and leads to its regeneration. In this way, it affects tightness of the intestinal barrier. The mucous membrane of intestines is often irritated, both by antinutrients and stress factors, which include intensive workouts. This is why almost all athletes need to take care of the condition of their enterocytes. Glutamine makes it posible to achieve full functionality of enterocytes, both in regard to the immune barrier against pathogens and absorption of nutrients.

Glutamine and craving for sweets
Studies demonstrate that glutamine deficiency symptoms include excessive craving for sweets. Researchers explain it with antagonistic influence of the glutamine-glycine complex in beta-endorphins which are responsible for stimulating the need for glucose supply. Glutamine supplementation can then reduce craving for sweets.

To sum it all up, Scitec L-Glutamine is a multidirectional support for the regenerating functions of the body system. It is especially recommended during adipose tissue reduction, when the body system is exposed to muscular catabolism, due to increased metabolic stress and low calorie supply. Glutamine protects then skeletal muscles and complements posible deficiencies in glutamic acid in other body system tissues, and at the same time, reduces craving for sweets.

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Container size: 600 mgServing size: 6 g (half scoop)Servings per container: 100
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L-Glutamine6000 mg-

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L-glutamine

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L-glutamine - amino acid building endogenous proteins, glutamic acid amide. In the human body it is responsible for the synthesis of proteins, acid-base balance and removing ammonia outside of the organism. With the shortage of energy taken from the muscle tissue, glutamine with alanine participate in the process of gluconeogenesis, and participate in the production of glucose substrate. L-glutamine has a direct impact on the proper functioning of the digestive system and immunity of the organism. Participates in the synthesis of one of the most powerful antioxidant - glutathione. It has anti-catabolic potential. It is found naturally in foods of animal and vegetable origin and high protein supplements. Used as mono-preparation or multi-component amino-acid supplements and supplements enhancing biological recovery after exercises, often in combination with BCAA.
Dosage: 5-20 g per day (portioned during the day, and after training and waking up). The minimum dose used in supplementation is 2-15g per 1 serving.


 

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