What Is It?
A free-form amino acid that is abundant in the body, especially in skeletal muscle, and in most protein-rich foods. The body’s glutamine level is depleted with exercise and dietary stress.
What Does It Do?
When ingested as a free-form amino acid, glutamine supports the immune system stops muscle wasting and increases protein synthesis. It also acts a potent inhibitor of myostatin hyperactivity.
When Should It Be Taken?
30 minutes to 1 hour before and immediately after weight training.
Take 5-10 grams per dose, starting with the lowest dose and working your way up according to individual tolerance.