What Is Glutamine?
With the chemical formula C5H10N2O3, glutamine is one of 20 naturally occurring amino acids in dietary protein. In fact, L-glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the bloodstream. It makes up 30–35 percent of the amino acid nitrogen in your blood.
- Boosts brain health
- Promotes muscle growth and decreases muscle wasting
- Improves athletic performance and recovery from endurance exercise
- Burns fat and improves diabetes
What is Arginine?
he majority of arginine in the body is used to process ammonia into the less toxic urea, as well to synthesize creatine and ornithine. A small portion is then used as a precursor to nitric oxide (NO), a compound that dilates blood vessels, lowers blood pressure, and helps maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.
- Fighting inflammation
- Improving athletic performance
- Increasing immune function reducing muscle pains Improving kidney function
- Improving mental capacity helping lower high blood pressure
How Can L-Arginine Help Me?
What is L-Carnitine?
Carnitine is a type of amino acid that benefits energy levels by transporting fatty acids into the mitochondria where they can be burned up and used as fuel. For this reason, many take carnitine as a weight loss supplement to help bump up fat burning.
- Increases endurance
- Enhances weight loss
- Prevents muscle damage
- Amps up fat burning
- Boosts brain function
- Regulates blood sugar
We offer this product in a 30mL vial. Typical Dosage is 1mL intramuscular every other morning, or if you are training anaerobically, it works excellent taking it 30 minutes before training.