Friday 6 May 2016

Why Glutamine is Required for Body ???

Why Glutamine is Required for Body ???

If you are planning to cut down some body fat without losing your body muscles then adding Glutamine in your supplements list is a best choice as it plays an important role in protein Metabolism and it also helps in muscles growth by not allowing your body muscles to get eaten up in order to provide Glutamine level back to body .


Now the question comes what is Glutamine?

Glutamine is an amino acid (a building block for proteins), found naturally in the body and is conditionally essential amino acid which only appears to benefit the body as supplementation when otherwise deficient (vegans, vegetarians with low dairy intake) or during prolonged endurance exercise. 
It’s actually known as a conditionally essential amino acid because your body uses it in large amounts.

Why do I need to supplement with Glutamine?

As during Intense workout our body Glutamine level depreciates that results to decrease in strength, stamina and recovery, Naturally body takes around 5-6 days to maintain back the Glutamine level required for body.

Below are the benefits of adding Glutamine in your Supplement list

  • Protein Recovery.
  • Promotes muscle growth and decreases muscle wasting.
  • Improves Body Metabolism.
  • Helps in Fat loss.
  • Its Helps in maintaining cell volume and hydration, speeding up wound and burn healing and recovery.
  • It helps in curing ulcers.
  • Fights cancer and high blood sugar.
And many more..............

How much should be  Glutamine Intake?

Bodybuilders should take 10 to 15 grams of L-Glutamine a day, supplementing it 1 to 2 times daily, with each serving at around  3-5 grams. You should also know that you may already be getting some L-Glutamine in your diet from other supplements you're taking. 

Many protein supplements already have some L-Glutamine mixed into it, so read the labels to know for sure. Best times to take L-Glutamine powder is in the morning, after a workout, and at night before bed time.

Side effects of Glutamine?

L-Glutamine side effects is quite low or zero until  you don’t exceed the recommend doses. So we recommend start with lower doses and build them up over a week or two, such that you know of any adverse side effects, should that occur.

Every time is advised to consult your Doctor or training before taking any supplements.

Dietary sources of L-Glutamine?

Below listed sources contains the L-Glutamine, Including them in your diet plan will also work.

Beef, pork, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, dairy products, wheat, cabbage, beets, beans, spinach, and parsley. Small amounts of free L-Glutamine are also found in vegetable juices.

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