Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid circulating in the blood. Glutamine may, in some situations, become conditionally essential, for example in intensive training, when the body is no longer able to meet its needs by synthesizing glutamine. Amino acids are among the most vital nutrients for the human body. In addition to Amino acids also play other important biological roles in protein production. Many amino acids are involved in the synthesis of other molecules.
Caution: Dietary supplements should be used as part of a healthy lifestyle and not as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Keep out of reach of children.
Storage : Dry and cool storage
|Net weight||100,00 g|
Mix 5g in 250ml of water.
|Nutritional information||Per 100g|
|Nitrogen equivalent (Nx6,38)||100,00 g|
|Energy value||0,00 kcal|