Glutamine is the most important amino acid for the adaptation of muscle tissue.
It stores organic nitrogen and helps to create a positive nitrogen balance. It distributes amino groups for transamination and ultimately muscle protein synthesis.
Glutamine accounts for over 60% of free amino acids in muscle cells and over 20% of all amino acids in the body.
-Reduces muscle catabolism and prevents the loss of valuable glutamine from the muscles
-Promotes the growth of muscle tissue
-Supports the work of the digestive system
-Prevents overtraining and accelerates regeneration