GLUTAMINE ... Push yourself to the limit !!

>> May 26, 2010

The purposes to take Glutamine are as follows:

1) Muscle growth
2) Strength Gain
3) Muscles recovery
4) Reduce muscle cells breakdown
5) Improve protein synthesis
6) Anti-Catabolic



Glutamine is an often-ignored sports supplement among athletes. Glutamine is the most plentiful acid amino in the body. Glutamine plays a vital role in protein metabolism and muscles recovery by increasing protein synthesis and reducing muscles breakdown.

The higher the amount of glutamine in muscle cells, the greater the rate of cell-production (well how much the muscles is broken down by your training especially in the gym). It’s also shuttles in more fluids into the cells. This process is called “cell-volumizing” which acts as powerful and as anabolic signal for the body to build more protein. Glutamine is important as an anti-catabolic where preventing muscle tissue from being broken down to produce energy.

Apart from that, it’s important to know when the right time to consume the glutamine is. Generally, by take one tea spoon and put into your cup along with some water then drink. It’s usually taken post workout and before sleep at night.

Is it safe if consume the glutamine along with creatine? Yes, it is recommended to consume creatine pre and post workouts but when you take glutamine, then no more creatine after workouts and replace with the glutamine. For the best results, consume the glutamine immediately following workouts, or before bedtime, or early in the morning.

In short, taking the glutamine as your sports supplement, immune function can be enhanced, allow to push yourself to the limit in your training, improve muscles’ efficiency and allowing effective muscular recuperation or recovery.

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