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BPI SPORTS BEST GLUTAMINE™ 350G / 50 SERVINGS
Best Glutamine is designed to prevent protein catabolism (the breakdown of muscle proteins) and support your efforts to train harder and longer. Best Glutamine combines 6 advanced forms of glutamine and is designed to promote a rapid rise in cellular glutamine levels and glutamine stores in muscle.
This most studied form of glutamine has been suggested to be effective and to be safe in doses up to 40 grams per day.
Alpha-ketoglutarate, the carbon skeleton of glutamate and glutamine, is an intermediate compound in the Krebs cycle. AKG spares endogenous glutamine and increases glutamine synthesis and availability. Attaching AKG to glutamine is a more effective way of delivering AKG.
Glutamic acid is one nature's most abundant amino acids and is the primary amino acid taken up into muscle , during rest and exercise. Supplementation with glutamic acid has shown positive effects on exercise performance.
A modified amino acid through acetylation of an amine group, this form of glutamine appears to offer a more stable source for supplementation.
GLUTAMINE (as Oligopeptide-Enzymatic Technology)
This form bonds glutamine to other amino acids to form a peptide linked chain (Oligopeptide). The Oligopeptide form may act as a better transport vehicle to allow more efficient metabolization, help increase bio-availability, onset time, and generally improve the efficacy of glutamine.
Is a dipeptide of glutamine and alanine. This form of glutamine is stable to both heat and acids, and is highly water soluble, thus increasing absorption. Studies suggest this form of glutamine has the potential to improve exercise performance.
Take one (1) serving (1 scoop) with approximately 6 ounces of water or juice, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner. Can be taken before, during or after workouts. On non-training days, take one (1) serving (1 scoop) first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner