GLUTAMINE–the most important amino acid for muscles
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Countless sports studies and health claim research projects attest to the fact that L-Glutamine positively influences protein synthesis which promotes muscle development and muscle maintenance. Thus, L-Glutamine is also referred to as the muscle amino acid!
The Glutamine Pro Powder contain the important protein-building amino acid L-Glutamine in its pure form. In addition, the capsules contain no additives, carbs or fats at all and are thus suitable for low-calorie diets.
Comprising almost 60% of all free amino acids, L-Glutamine is the most frequently-occurring amino acid in the body. Its highest concentration is in the muscle cells. During intensive and long exercise sessions, the body’s own glutamine is consumed which can result in muscle loss. Thus, the glutamine deficiency should be eliminated as soon as possible after exercise so that the regeneration and development of new musculature can begin. The Glutamine Pro Caps enable the quick supplying of glutamine–even at the gym!
Mix one teaspoon (approx. 3 g) in water or milk. We recommend mixing with, for example, titanium v.2.0 or 100% Whey Protein. Take one serving immediately after getting up, another immediately after exercise or sports and another serving 15 minutes before bedtime.
The next generation whey protein by GN.
One serving gives the body up to 75 % high quality
Das Big Zone Battle Whey liefert Dir biologisch hochwertige Proteine mit allen wichtigen essentiellen Aminosäuren, die der Körper und die Muskeln nach einem harten Training benötigen.
Reduce acidity in your body and provide your body with essential minerals and vitamin D at the same time.
Special Night-Time Amino Acids
By far the most effective natural supplement for maximum gains of strength and mass with unique effects that have been shown by thousands of clinical studies over the last 30 years – now available in its purest form made in German
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