- 100% L-Glutamine.
- RAW format.
- Vegetable fermentation origin.
- Neutral taste.
- Good solubility.
- Formats of 150g, 500g, and 1kg.
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L-Glutamine powder by RawSeries is a vegan food supplement in powder form, based on L-glutamine from plant fermentation.
L-glutamine is the most abundant non (conditionally) essential amino acid in the body. Up to 60% of the amino acid content of muscle tissue is glutamine (Cruzat et al., 2018).
This is a food supplement suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
Glutamine, like other amino acids, often comes from non-vegan sources.
At HSN we use a technique of extraction from vegetable sources by microbial fermentation, purifying the amino acids without elements of animal origin.
Our amino acids, including L-glutamine powder, are suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Depending on the source and extraction methods of the amino acid, neutral glutamine has a taste that is not neutral, but bitter.
HSN's L-glutamine powder food supplement is unflavoured, thanks to the fermentation and filtration treatment, its taste is not adversely affected by the absence of acidic treatments.
L-Glutamine powder can be used in water and is unflavoured.
Add it to your protein shakes like Evowhey 2.0!
The particle size of the L-glutamine powder is so small that it is easily dispersed in the mixture, homogenising it easily, avoiding the formation of lumps and delaying its deposition at the bottom.
L-glutamine powder has high solubility rates in water, milk and juice.
Glutamine has a neutral, slightly acidic and sweet taste.
- Cruzat, V., Rogero, M. M., Keane, K. N., Curi, R., & Newsholme, P. (2018). Glutamine: Metabolism and immune function, supplementation and clinical translation. Nutrients, 10(11).
Find out more!
- Castell, L. M., & Newsholme, E. A. (2001). The relation between glutamine and the immunodepression observed in exercise. Amino Acids, 20(1), 49–61.
- Chamorro-Viña C., Fernandez-del-Valle M., Tacón A.M. (2014) Excessive Exercise and Immunity: The J-Shaped Curve. In: Robert-McComb J.J., Norman R.L., Zumwalt M. (eds) The Active Female. Springer, New York, NY.
- Kim, M. H., & Kim, H. (2017). The roles of glutamine in the intestine and its implication in intestinal diseases. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 18(5), 1051.
- Valencia, E., Marin, A., & Hardy, G. (2002). Impact of oral L-glutamine on glutathione, glutamine, and glutamate blood levels in volunteers. Nutrition, 18(5), 367–370.
|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 scoop of 10ml (5g)|
|daily dose: 1 scoop of 10ml (5g)|
|Servings per container: 30|