Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid (the building block of protein) in the body. The body can make enough glutamine for its regular needs, but in cases of extreme stress ( very heavy exercise or an injury), the body may need more glutamine than it can make. Most glutamine is stored in muscles followed by the lungs, where much of the glutamine is made.
Supports cellular energy, growth, and repair
Promotes a healthy immune system
Useful in wound healing
Helps to protect the lining of the gastrointestinal tract
Glutamine is important for removing excess ammonia (a waste product in the body). It also helps the immune system to function well and it is needed for normal brain function and digestion.
You can usually get enough glutamine without taking a supplement because your body makes it and you get some in your diet. Certain medical conditions, including injuries, surgery, infections, and prolonged stress, can lower glutamine levels. In these cases, taking a glutamine supplement may be helpful.
Glutamine helps the body to maintain a good balance of ph and it is necessary for the synthesis of RNA and DNA.
According to studies, Glutamine deficiency can cause gastrointestinal disorders. It easily crosses the blood-brain barrier, where it is converted into glutamic acid. L-glutamine supports the growth of new cells. It encourages the treatment of burns, traumatic injuries, and cuts.
The formula of HAYA LABS contains L-Glutamine form, which is closer to the body’s production. It is derived from the natural fermentation of glucose and starch.