One Science Complex Pro Glutamine
One Science Complex Pro Glutamine One Science Nutrition®’s Complex Pro Glutamine has uniquely formulated to increases the overall glutamine intake by enhancing bioavailability and protein synthesis that helps you rehydrate, rebuild and recover faster from the toughest of workouts.
✓Supports protein synthesis & glycogen replenishment
✓5 gms of L-Glutamine per serving
✓Promotes immunity function
✓Fuels for cells that line the gut
Directions: Mix 1 serving (5g) in 250 ml water or any other favorite liquid per day and shake vigorously! Use before, during or after training, or any other time like before going to bed.
Warnings: Use this product in conjunction with food as part of a healthy, balanced diet, not as a substitute for such. Keep out of reach of children! Don’t exceed the recommended daily dosage!
Allergen info: Manufactured in a facility that processes milk, egg, gluten, soy, peanuts, nuts, celery, fish and crustacean ingredients.
Storage conditions: Store in a cool, dry place. Heat and sunlight may damage the bottle!
Glutamine is an amino acid. Amino acids are molecules that play many roles in the body.
Their main purpose is to serve as building blocks for proteins.
Proteins are crucial to the organs. They also serve other functions, such as transporting substances in the blood and fighting off harmful viruses and bacteria
Like many other amino acids, it exists in two different forms: L-glutamine and D-glutamine.
They are almost identical but have a slightly different molecular arrangement .
The form found in foods and supplements is L-glutamine. Some supplements list it as L-glutamine, but others simply use the broader term glutamine.
While L-glutamine is used to make proteins and perform other functions, D-glutamine appears to be relatively unimportant in living organisms
L-glutamine can be produced naturally in your body. In fact, it is the most abundant amino acid in the blood and other body fluids
However, there are times when the glutamine needs of your body are greater than its ability to produce it
Therefore, it’s considered a conditionally essential amino acid, meaning that it must be obtained from the diet under certain conditions, such as injury or illness
Also, glutamine is an important molecule for the immune system and intestinal health