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Natural Factors L-Glutamine Micronized (300g powder)

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Accelerates recovery time, increases energy, and reduces the risk of infection following prolonged or intense exercise.

  • Supports muscle recovery and growth, especially following strenuous exercise
  • Naturally boosts the immune system, helping to protect against infection and disease.
  • Helps prevent infection during illness by strengthening the immune system, maintaining the integrity of the intestinal barrier, and preventing infectious agents from entering the body

Glutamine is a naturally occurring amino acid involved in a wide variety of metabolic processes, including the synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids, and energy production. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in skeletal muscle and plasma and is known to be an important nutrient for cell proliferation, survival, and repair; defending the body against inflammation and infection; and helping the body recover from illness or stress.

Accelerates recovery time, increases energy, and reduces the risk of infection following prolonged or intense exercise.

  • Supports muscle recovery and growth, especially following strenuous exercise
  • Naturally boosts the immune system, helping to protect against infection and disease.
  • Helps prevent infection during illness by strengthening the immune system, maintaining the integrity of the intestinal barrier, and preventing infectious agents from entering the body

Glutamine is a naturally occurring amino acid involved in a wide variety of metabolic processes, including the synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids, and energy production. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in skeletal muscle and plasma and is known to be an important nutrient for cell proliferation, survival, and repair; defending the body against inflammation and infection; and helping the body recover from illness or stress.

More glutamine is used during periods of prolonged or heavy exercise, trauma, inflammation, immune system dysfunction, and some illnesses. These states may result in a glutamine deficiency, leading to impaired immune response and increased risk of infection.

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