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Nutrisport Glutamine Powder


Now £17.99

500g In Stock
Nutrisport Glutamine Powder


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Nutrisport Glutamine Powder

Nutrisport Glutamine is designed to help replenish low glutamine levels in the muscle

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. Exercise can lead to a decrease in plasma glutamine levels. Studies have shown that power athletes can have particularly low plasma glutamine. It also affects endurance athletes – after running a marathon glutamine levels are low for 6 – 9 hours. Low plasma glutamine is an indicator of over-training. Nutrisport Glutamine may help replenish low glutamine levels in the muscle.
Container Size: 500g
Serving Size: 1 teaspoon (4.5g)
Servings Per Container: 111

Container Size: 1000g
Serving Size: 1 teaspoon (4.5g)
Servings Per Container: 222

Amount Per Serving:

L-glutamine: 4.5g


Pure L-glutamine powder
Take 1 rounded teaspoon (4500mg) daily between meals or immediately after training.

Dissolve in warm drink or water.
Reviews (2)

"It was powder inside when I bought this product so not quite sure what the other reviewer was taking. Good stuff, helps with immune system and recovery after training. Needs a week or 2 load up phase I've found. Buy it."

Posted by PAUL ULYATT  (30th July 2013)


"the product is effective but the tablets are half the size of my thumb, I had to choke them down its easier break them in 2 but cheap and worth it"

Posted by Cory  (5th January 2010)

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Q Is Nutrisport Glutamine Powder suitable for celiacs? Thanks, A

I believe so, yes. It contains 100% glutamine powder (which bears no association with gluten). 

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