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Glutamine is a non-essential amino acid, but
we call it a conditionally essential amino acid because under certain conditions–stress
or overload–taxing on the body, say from the stress of exercising or resistance training,
your body will need more glutamine. There is probably not more research that’s
been done over the last few years than on glutamine specifically because it is a hotly
debated topic within the sports industry. Does glutamine really work? Does it really help you make muscle, and if
it does, how so? And I would say that with regard to empirical
evidence, dealing with the client over the past 15 years, glutamine makes a profound
difference in somebody’s ability to recover. But behind that, the science behind how glutamine
works is, as far as I am concerned, almost a no brainer. Ninety-five percent of the glutamine in your
body is going to be found in your muscle tissue. So, glutamine has the ability to keep your
muscle cells anabolic, meaning that is going to help them to synthesis new protein, but
it’s also going to retard the degrading process within the muscle cells. Glutamine has been linked to higher levels
of human growth hormone level. Glutamine has been studied and researched
as far as also helping the body to reduce cortisol levels. After an extremely hot heavy workout and lifting
weights your body is usually in a catabolic state, meaning that the very reason why you
went to the gym in the first place, your body is actually doing the opposite. You know, your body is actually beginning
to hold on to the fat and feed off the other sources for energy, and sometimes, unfortunately,
that can even be muscle. Glutamine is going to help reduce those cortisol
levels, that stress-related hormone that is an enemy to getting muscular and actually
losing fat and it is going to re-regulate that hormone. It never ceases to amaze me how I can see
so-called athletic experts talking about how glutamine has absolutely no basis in building
muscle when in reality the very nature of how glutamine is stored in your body proves
that it does that very thing. It helps protein synthesis. It actually can help your body to degrade
stress-related hormones and so on and so forth. With the empirical evidence that I have seen,
I think it’s absolutely an indispensable supplement. And for everyone study out there, there are
three contracting that very study, based upon how that study was even performed in the first
place or who backed the study. So, I think what you need to do is try glutamine
but one of the things that I think are key when it comes to glutamine powder is that
the same people that say glutamine doesn’t work and is not a muscle builder are the same
people that are in the gym doing 15, 20, 30, 35, 40 reps with the same way they did five
weeks ago, five years ago. So, in other words, it’s conditionally essential
because your body needs to be at a place where you actually did the muscle damage enough
to want to cause growth. And in fact glutamine has been seen to show
and help cancer patients and HIV patients to actually retain their muscle tissue while
they are undergoing chemo therapy and extensive painful treatments. So that in and of itself to me shows you that
glutamine has an essential part and place in your muscle building program.

23 thoughts on “How to Use Glutamine to Build Muscle | Bodybuilding Diet

  1. Hmm, tried googline more resource on this. Almost all articles with evidence says what you're saying is bullshit, the body can't even take up more than 10 something something of gluatamin day, and that's what u get from normal meals. They've done lots of testing on groups, one with one without, no difference.

    Hmm, not too sure about his.

  2. ,,, @carla251192 ,,,
    Yeah.. Thats what I like about that wonderful program
    because its safe, quick, simple and easy
    to use and will eventually tell you how
    much water your body needs per day to
    help you achieve fast results. Just like what
    it did to me few months ago..:))

  3. I'm taking Nitro-tech with added creatine, so can I mix glutamine in my protein shake? Or are there any adverse effects of mixing creatine and glutamine together?

  4. 3 Times a day 4-6g a serving for those intense high volume, high intensity bodybuilders. Basically about 15-20 g a day if u r a very intense bodybuilder.

    1)when u wake up
    2)after your workout
    3)and the most important time is right before u go to sleep

  5. I started taking Glutamine 2 weeks ago… I got the flu 4 days ago. Today my flu is totally gone I believe this glutamine has strengthened my immune system as I usually have the flu for up to 3 weeks… This is the first time in my life the flu has been so short. Also it's the first time in my life I have take L Glutamine.

  6. 🔴 Tony, this is awesome – I'd love to add the info to my new research-based video on How to Use Glutamine 5 Tips You NEED https://goo.gl/NrbvJe Let's connect and collab.
    ✅ Thanks for all that you do, and I hope to hear from you soon!

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