Glutamine is a non-essential amino acid that accounts for 60% of all free amino acids in skeletal muscle. In normal circumstances, the body produces more than enough glutamine, but strenuous workouts and stress drain more from the body than the body is capable of producing. In the body, glutamine is responsible for the positive nitrogen balance, which is a prerequisite for the recovery of muscle tissue micro-injuries caused by physical exertion. Glutamine plays a very important role in protein synthesis, muscle regeneration and body resistance. If you don't provide sufficient glutamine to the body, or if the body cannot produce it in sufficient amount, internal organs and immune system start to draw it from the muscles, which consequently fall into a catabolic state. In particular, with intense exercise and weight training, the glutamine level in the body can be reduced up to 50%, which results in the reduction of muscle tissue and poor regeneration.
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