Product information "BioTech USA Glutamine Zero, 300 g can"
Flavored powder formulation with the amino acid glutamine and sweetener.
- 11 g L-glutamine per serving
- Sugar free
- Aspartame free
- Without preservatives
* Refers to shakes prepared with water.
BioTech USA's Glutamine Zero is a flavored powder formulation that is used after exercise (post-workout). The active ingredients of the product consist of 90% of the conditionally essential amino acid glutamine.
Per serving (12 g):
- 11 g amino acid L-glutamine
- lactose free
- gluten free
Who is BioTech USA's Glutamine Zero for?
- Everyone who cares about taste but doesn't want to be limited in effectiveness
- Martial artist
- Gym goers
What do you need amino acids for?
Amino acids, found throughout the human body, are the building blocks of protein. Some amino acids can be produced by the human body itself (non-essential amino acids), others have to be ingested with food (essential amino acids). Of all the different amino acids, only 20 are involved in the construction of proteins. Amino acids are essential for all body functions, for example for digestion, liver function or wound healing. Amino acids supply the skin, ligaments, muscles, tendons, hair and nails. They contribute to hormone production and serve as transmitters for substances and enzymes. They also serve as an energy source and as a nutrient for the production of carbohydrates and lipids. The richest source of the most basic amino acids are of animal origin,
Like all BioTechUSA products, Glutamine Zero consists of safe and carefully selected ingredients.
Mix one serving (2 flat measuring spoons = 2 heaping teaspoons) with 150 ml of water and drink it immediately after the workout. On non-training days, she drinks in the afternoon. A shaker is recommended for preparation.
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** Reference intake for an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal).
(Sugar-free: <0.5 g sugar / 100 ml ready-to-drink drink. Gluten-free according to European Union regulations.)