Sci-Muscle, Intensive Muscular Development
2012-7-27 20:00:00 GMT+00:00

BIG GLUTAMINE - Increase Cellular Volume and Anabolism!

1000g

£41.00

Glutamine is clinically proven to be highly stable in the body and readily absorbed into the blood stream and muscle tissue where it is needed. With the rate at which Glutamine is dissolved and absorbed in the body you can expect exceptional response for muscle cell volumization and support for anabolic processes. This allows you to more efficiently harness the process of muscle repair as you train.Glutamine is the most common amino acid found in your muscles - over 61% of skeletal muscle is Glutamine. Glutamine consists of 19% nitrogen, making it the primary transporter of nitrogen into your muscle cells. During intense training, Glutamine levels are greatly depleted in your body, which decreases strength, stamina and recovery. It could take up to 6 days for Glutamine levels to return to normal - and Glutamine plays a key role in protein synthesis. Studies have shown that L-Glutamine supplementation can minimize breakdown of muscle and improve protein metabolism. Glutamine plays key roles in protein metabolism, cell volumizing, and anti-catabolism. Glutamine also increases your ability to secrete Human Growth Hormone, which helps metabolize body fat and support new muscle growth. SCI-MUSCLE Big Glutamine™ contains and glutamine peptides, the most bioavailable form of glutamine available and are estimated to be absorbed at a rate that is approximately double that of equivalent amounts of free form L glutamine.

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INGREDIENTS:
L-Glutamine, Peptide Bonded Glutamine (from Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein Isolate).
DOES NOT CONTAIN ASPARTAME, GMO INGREDIENTS.



DIRECTIONS:
As a dietary supplement, mix 1 scoop of Big Glutamine in your protein shake. For best results use 2-3 times daily, including on non-training days.

SHELF LIFE:
24 Months

WARNING:
Keep out of reach of children! Not intend for use of pregnant or nursing women. Do not exceed the Recommended daily Allowance. Food supplements don’t replace a diversified alimentary diet. The manufacturer is not liable for any damages caused by improper use or storage.

Disclaimer:
This product is not intended to diagnose,treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Do not exceed recommended daily dosage.

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