Support your gastrointestinal system with L-glutamine, an amino acid that’s a building block of protein. L-glutamine powder is helpful in losing weight, burning fat, and building muscle. Our Pro L-Glutamine Formula also improves your overall health — because this amino acid is the major fuel source for proper intestine function, it’s especially helpful in treating a range of digestive issues.†

Pro L-Glutamine Formula

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Discover the Health Benefits of Pro L-Glutamine

Glutamine is the most plentiful amino acid in the body, but it is also readily depleted when the body is under great stress. Even physical activity, when undertaken in great amounts, can result in decreased amounts of glutamine. By supplementing the glutamine supply, inflammation and other negative effects of low-glutamine levels can be mitigated.

The body’s mechanism for maintaining constant levels of acid/alkaline balance and detoxification requires stable glutamine levels. Two grams in a serving has been shown to regain balance in the body. The serving size is four grams, just a teaspoon, making dosage both feasible and efficient. While some glutamine manufacturing techniques can result in a contaminated product, our formula contains only pure L-glutamine, without additives or contaminants.


Product Information

Support your gastrointestinal system with L-glutamine, an amino acid that’s a building block of protein. L-glutamine powder is helpful in losing weight, burning fat, and building muscle. Our Pro L-Glutamine Formula also improves your overall health — because this amino acid is the major fuel source for proper intestine function, it’s especially helpful in treating a range of digestive issues.

Supplement Facts

One Bottle: 250 Grams

Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon - approx. 4g

Number of servings: 62 Servings (31 Daily Servings)

Case Pack: 6

Amount % Daily Value
L-Glutamine 4 g *

*Daily Value not established

Free Of:
GMOs, sugar, salt, dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, preservatives, titanium dioxide, artificial colors and flavors.

Warnings:
If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medication, or have any medical condition, consult your healthcare practitioner before use. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if seal is broken or missing. For optimal storage conditions, store in a cool, dry place.



Pro L-Glutamine vs. Competitors
Pro L-Glutamine
Competitors
Contains 4g per powdered serving, giving you optimal amounts without an excessive amount of pills to manage. Many competitors have just 500mg doses, contained in capsules or tablets.
Pure L-glutamine, free of needless ingredients, additives, and contaminants. L-glutamine production can be contaminated if not carefully monitored, and an unreliable source might include unwanted additives and fillers.
One-teaspoon dosing, easily dissolved in a glass of water or juice. Lower dosage capsules would need to be taken in double or even quadruple amounts to reach 4 grams, and capsules may not be as accessible to the body.

Ingredient Breakdown
L-Glutamine
L-Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid, the most abundant of the body’s building blocks for proteins. Our L-Glutamine supplement comes in powdered form for rapid bioavailability.

How to Use Pro L-Glutamine

As a dietary supplement, adults mix 1 teaspoon (approximately 4 grams) in water or juice, twice daily, or as directed by your qualified healthcare practitioner.


NON-GMO
DAIRY-FREE
GLUTEN-FREE
NO ARTICLE FLAVORS OR COLORS
SUGAR-FREE
PEANUT-FREE
SOY-FREE
SALT-FREE
FISH-FREE
PRESERVATIVE-FREE
NO TITANIUM DIOXIDE

Scientific Support

Of the twenty amino acids required by the body, glutamine is the most prevalent, found in around 35% of amino acid nitrogen in the bloodstream and 60% of skeletal muscle tissue. Glutamine is manufactured in the body by muscles and the lungs and can also be obtained through the diet. Glutamine is used in large amounts in the body, therefore it is necessary to acquire glutamine from exogenous and endogenous sources. One of glutamine’s primary purposes is to remove excess ammonia from the body, helping to balance pH levels.

Because the body can synthesize glutamine, the diet is often sufficient to supply the amount needed. However, a number of circumstances can deplete glutamine levels and require more than what the body can make or intake from food. Periods of high stress – mental or induced by diet – illness, inflammation, and injury are all indications for glutamine supplementation. By supplying the body with extra glutamine, we can assist the balancing, detoxifying, and healing effects it has on the body.

  • Long term damage from detrimental bacteria and inflammation can progress to the point of ulcers, leaky gut and even cancer. Supplementing with glutamine can protect against this type of damage.
  • Glutamine is known as an immunomodulator, a substance that helps to regulate the immune system, making it beneficial for wound healing and critical illness. Because immune response is connected with inflammation, glutamine is also poised to assist in healing and protecting the gut barrier from inflammatory diseases.
  • Irritable Bowel Disease and Crohn’s disease are both connected to inflammation, gut lining, and mucosal health. Glutamine may play a role in healing the inflamed lining of the gut.
  • As an integral part of cellular health, glutamine is considered a conditionally essential amino acid. The more scientists learn about its role in immune function, however, the more conditions arise that indicate glutamine necessity. Its immunologic benefits make supplementation wise in times of illness, injury, and inflammation - which, given Western diets and lifestyles, can make it applicable for many different circumstances.
  • Glutamine is considered valuable in cases of critical illness and wounds. An example of this is the protective effects it has against the sores and damage caused by cancer treatments. Anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effects make glutamine a valuable healing and protective supplement.
  • The stress that prolonged, strenuous exercise exerts on the body depletes the muscular stores of glutamine. This could be connected with the lowered immune function that many endurance athletes face. By replenishing stores of glutamine, immune function can be improved.
  • Certain biomarkers are indicators that a condition exists or is imminent. A biomarker for obesity is found in the intestinal flora, and when weight loss occurs, this flora changes. Glutamine supplementation can change this flora to match that of individuals who have lost weight, indicating glutamine as a gut-balancing partner in weight loss efforts.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Heat sensitive product: We recommend shipping to your daytime location to ensure quality during hot summer months. Once product is delivered, we advise to not leave this product out in the heat for an extended period of time.