Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in our body. It’s found in brain, liver, lung and muscles. The biggest user of glutamine in our body is our gut because glutamine is used by intestinal cells to build healthy lining of the digestive tract.
- Can reduce IBS symptoms (bloating, cramping and frequency of stools) by decreasing intestinal permeability
- Boosts Immune System and Increase overall Energy level
- Can promotes faster wound healing after surgery/trauma
GALINA’s EXPERT OPINION: L-Glutamine helps to repair and heal the gut in patients with Celiac disease and IBD (ulcerative colitis & Crohn’s). Our bodies need more glutamine in times of sickness, after surgery or physical trauma. Glutamine can speed up intestinal healing and prevent muscle loss/wasting in ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s, and Celiac patients.
GALINA’s SUGGESTED USE (at times of sickness):
I recommend to take 15 grams of L-Glutamine daily. Because 15 grams is the whole therapeutic dosage, it’s best to divide it in 3 portions (5 grams each) throughout the day. Take one portion (5 grams) mixed with ½ cup of warm water 3 times daily, 30 minutes before meals.
MANUFACTURER’s SUGGESTED USE (as maintenance):
Take 3 grams (approx. ¾ teaspoon) per day, or as directed by your health care practitioner.
Wheat, gluten, yeast, corn, soy, artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.
WARNING: Individuals with a history of liver disease, kidney disease, mania (a mental disorder), Reye Syndrome, seizures or hypersensitivity to l-glutamine should not consume this product. If pregnant or nursing consult your doctor. Glutamine can cause constipation