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Glutamine is great for recovery
Glutamine has become more prominent as new studies reveal it‘s unique contribution to protein synthesis (muscle growth), anti-proteolytic (prevents muscle tissue breakdown) functions and growth hormone elevating effects. Glutamine is the most abundant single amino acid in the blood and in the intracellular free amino acid pool (most abundant amino acid in muscle tissue). It comprises 61% of the amino acid pool in skeletal muscle.
Glutamine has an idiosyncratic makeup. It contains two nitrogen chains and consists of 19% nitrogen. This means that it is the primary driver of nitrogen into our muscle cells. Glutamine is in fact liable for 35% of the nitrogen that makes its way into muscle cells. It doesn’t rhetorically drive muscle building nitrogen into our muscle cells, it literally does it. This then gets synthesized for growth.
After you workout or exercise, glutamine levels fall severely, and remain low until you have 100% recovered. This creates a catabolic impact on muscle tissue. if you supplement with glutamine, you spare free glutamine in muscle tissue, which fights against the catabolic effect and improves your balance of nitrogen.
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