L-glutamine

Primary Application
Imprint
For what
Mitochondrial and Energy Production
Cleanse/Restore the Body
Digestive
Mental Health and Nervous
Immune and Lymphatic
Source
Vitamins and Minerals
For whom
People
L-glutamine is an amino acid that has a broad range of uses. It is the primary fuel for cells of the small intestine, making it essential for addressing leaky gut, SIBO, and other intestinal issues. It is also in cancer therapy for the treatment of chemotherapy-related neuropathies. L-glutamine is required for the functioning of white blood cells, so it is indicated in any conditions of low immunity including colds, flu, or other infections. It can help build muscle mass and improve energy overall, and is a one of the three amino acids necessary in building the master antioxidant called glutathione.


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