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Glutamine Powder
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Glutamine Powder

RRP FROM £7.95
Made from highest quality pharmaceutical grade glutamine assayed at 99% pure.
 
Ideal for recovery after hard training to repair muscle tissue and before training to protect against muscle tissue breakdown.
 
Used by the immune system for health and vitality, also reduces muscle damage caused by physical stress and low calorie dieting.
 
Easy mix in water or warm beverage, practically tasteless.
 
Available in Size: 100g, 500g, 1kg

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Pure pharmaceutical grade L-Glutamine Powder. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body and low levels are an indicator of over training. It is important for afterworkout recovery, repair and re-growth of muscle tissue. Glutamine also has cell volumising effects. Idealy taken between meals or right after training.


IngredientsExpand

Pure L-glutamine powder (certificate of purity and full technical bulliten available)


Directions For UseExpand

Take 1 rounded teaspoon (4500mg) daily between meals or immediately after training. Dissolve in warm drink or water.


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