Solgar L-Glutamine 1000mg Free-form tablets Description
Product Type: Nutritional Supplement
Vegetarian | vegan | Kosher
- Amino acid required by every muscle in the body
- Popular with people with a regular active lifestyle
- Good addition to those already using whey powder
- One of Solgar's premium-quality amino acid range
- Vegan, Vegetarian, Kosher
- The Amino acid L Glutamine is a major nutrient for intestinal, immune and brain health.
- This Solgar L Glutamine provides free form L-Glutamine to promote optimal absorption and assimilation and is a high strength 1000mg tablet.
- Glutamine requirements are increased in the body during periods of ill health.
- In particular supplementation is important for improving "gut barrier” function or treating "leaky gut” syndrome.
- Glutamine is the main food for the renewal of cells in the gut lining, and this fuel is required in increased amounts during times of illness and stress.
- It is often recommended that for conditions such as 'leaky gut syndrome' (usually present in cases of food intolerance, candida albicans overgrowth and many other conditions), that glutamine be taken for a minimum of six months, but preferably longer.
L-Glutamine 1000 mg Tablets is one of Solgar's premium-quality amino acid range products, containing L-Glutamine, an amino acid required by every muscle in the body.Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and are needed in several internal functions of the body.
They are classified as "essential" or "non-essential", with essential amino acids meaning they cannot be manufactured by the body and must be supplied in the diet to maintain good all-round health. Amino acids can be further used by the body to create hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, antibodies and nutrient carriers. A suboptimal intake of the essential amino acids increases the body's need for the non-essential Amino Acids either through diet or supplementation. Foods that increase amino acid intake are meat, beans, cheese and eggs.
L-Glutamine is the most common of the amino acids and is found in large amounts in your muscles. In fact, approximately 60% of the total amount of amino acid in the muscle is glutamine. It is classified as a non-essential amino acid (e.g. it can be made in the body), but, as it provides fuel to your muscles, in certain situations the demand for glutamine increases and our body is not able to produce sufficient amounts. For example, during intense exercise, glutamine stores are depleted because the body is placed under stress and muscles and tendons require more of this amino acid. In this case, to minimize breakdown of muscle, glutamine needs to be obtained from the diet or through supplementation.
Natural sources of glutamine are grass-fed beef, wild caught fish, cottage cheese, asparagus and broccoli. Even if you make sure that you include glutamine rich foods in your diet, or even by topping up your glutamine levels from using whey powder, it can still be beneficial to take a supplement. L-Glutamine 1000 mg comes in a 1-2 tablets daily dosage.