L-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body and is important for many functions, including digestive health, immune support and muscle growth. Stress, exercise, illness, and poor diet can deplete our supply of this important nutrient.
Did you know that L-Glutamine is my all-time favorite amino acid? I could spend an entire episode of Know the Cause talking about this incredible nutrient. Glutamine works in virtually every part of the body. It's the most abundant amino acid in the body, and the third most abundant in the brain and blood.
Glutamine is known as a "conditionally essential" essential amino acid. That means that when you're eating right, you're supplementing, and you're in shape, the body can make glutamine on its own. When the body is under a lot of stress-like when you're sick, or undergoing surgery, or even when you're dieting-the body just can't make enough glutamine for normal function. The only way to get enough at that point is through diet and supplementation.
So why is this such a special amino acid? Dr. Billie Shaley reports that glutamine may assist the kidneys and liver in removing toxins from our bodies. Studies have shown that the effectiveness of chemotherapy and radiation are enhanced when cancer patients supplement with glutamine, while the toxicity of the treatments is diminished. Dr. Shaley also reports that glutamine may strengthen the immune system, speed wound healing, and even support the growth of pancreas cells.
One of the side effects of aging is that each year we tend to lose muscle. L-glutamine can help that, too. Bodybuilders have long known that glutamine is essential for helping to preserve muscle tissue, and most supplement with it every single day.
Perhaps the most popular reason why people take glutamine as a natural digestive aid is for intestinal support. In 1970, the National Institute of Health said that glutamine was the most important nutrient for the intestinal tract because of its ability to repair intestinal tissue. You've heard Doug talk about yeast getting into the gut and literally poking holes in the lining of the stomach. This is called Leaky Gut Syndrome and it causes a huge number of symptoms in people. Food particles literally seep through the lining of the stomach and this is known to be the starting point for food allergies. If you're like me, you'd definitely want to take good antifungals to take care of the yeast overgrowth. Then, its essential to repair the lining of the gut, and the main nutrient that does this is glutamine.
L-glutamine is so inexpensive, virtually tasteless, and mixes so easy in water, I take it every single day.
I'm Guy Evans, and now you know!
Serving Size: 1 scoop (5g)
Servings Per Container: Approx. 90
Amount per Serving
% Daily Value
†Daily Value not established.
Take one scoop once or twice daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional. For best results, mix with water or juice and take on an empty stomach.
Not recommended for anyone with end-stage liver disease.
This product contains no artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors.
Unconditionally guaranteed for purity, freshness and listed potency.
I have been taking this in place of that rotten purple pill! Just want everyone to check this product out!
- Jon V, NJ
take everyday and has improved my immunity and there is no bad taste
this product has been very beneficial in my well being, take everyday and has improved my immunity and there is no bad taste with it. Kind of hard to mix up completely but can handle that as least I can get it down will purchase this product again and I love the integrity of the company have seen them on Know the Cause that is how i was informed of the product.
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