Bio-X Glutamine Rush - Unflavoured, 250g / 50 Servings
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Glutamine Rush

Supplementing regularly with Glutamine Rush will reduce catabolism, boost your immune system, speed up muscle recovery and decrease post- workout muscle soreness. Leaving you time to focus on what matters most: intense training and speedy muscle recovery

BioX refuses to compromise our stringent quality demands and only deliver the BEST for our customers. Glutamine rush is wheat-free and 100% naturally fermented free form amino acid.

Do you know the benefits of Glutamine Supplementation?
  • Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid. While it can be manufactured by the body, supplementing with glutamine is recommended because of the high demand the body has for it.
  • Of the free form amino acids present in skeletal muscles, up to 60% is L-Glutamine!
  • Supplementing with Glutamine has been shown to induce a significant increase in growth hormone levels, assisting in muscle cell growth.
  • Glutamine supplementation helps volumize muscle cells, reduce muscle soreness, enhance muscle recovery and help control toxic ammonia.
  • Glutamine is anti-catabolic. Supplementing with Glutamine will prevent the body from catabolizing muscle tissue for its Glutamine needs.
  • Glutamine is in great demand by the body; for that reason, it is an imperative supplement. Glutamine is especially critical for athletes; however it is also a key supplement for “regular folks” as well.
  • Glutamine is a primary energy source for the immune system and has been shown to strengthen weakened immune systems.
  • Glutamine is also a key nutrient for the intestines, as it has the ability to repair a “leaky gut” by maintaining the structural integrity of the bowels.
  • Glutamine decreases the cravings for sweets and sugar

     

 
 
 

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