Drinking Glutamine

Amazing benefits of L-Glutamine

Glutamine plays key roles in protein metabolism and increases your ability to secrete Human Growth Hormone – which helps metabolise BODY FAT and support new muscle growth. Glutamine’s anti-catabolism ability prevents the breakdown of your muscles. For optimal performance Glutamine is needed throughout your body. Your small intestine & immune system require the most Glutamine in your body. Studies have shown that taking just 2 grams of L-Glutamine can increase GROWTH HORMONE LEVELS by 400%! This is just half a teaspoon a day – Growth Hormone is a natural anti-ageing hormone.

L-GLUTAMINE’S LONG LIST OF BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • Prevents your muscle from being catabolized (eaten up) in order to provide Glutamine for other cells in the body.
  • Aids dramatically in weight loss while preserving muscle.
  • Maintains cell volume and hydration, speeding up wound and burn healing and recovery.
  • Replenishes declining L-Glutamine levels during intense workouts.
  • It can even cure ulcers. Studies have found that 1.6 grams of L-Glutamine a day had a 92% cure rate in 4 weeks.

 

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Originally published on https://www.facebook.com/SallyAnnCreedSA/ in 2020.

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