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All the muscles of the body require amino acids as they form the essential building blocks for repairing and maintaining cellular tissue.

Glutamine can be found in fish and meat and there are also traces of it in pulses and vegetables.

Anyone who is embarking upon a heavy training schedule will find that Glutamine is very beneficial for replacing the amount of glycogen and repairing damaged tissue.

Glutamine is produced in small amounts by the body and it can also be obtained from a well balanced diet. However, anyone who is involved in endurance sports such as cycling or long distance runs and marathons, will find it can help to prevent cramp and repetitive strains. In addition, the supplement has been recommended for elderly people who suffer from cramp or other pain in the muscles. it is a natural substance that can help to cut down on the use of chemical based pain killers.

Key Benefits:

Restores Glycogen Levels.
Reduces Recovery Time.
Essential Amino Acids

UK Manufactured for Newtech Nutrition
417 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8TZ

Store in a cool dry place out of reach of children. Should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. If pregnant, breastfeeding or on medication, please consult a doctor before use. discontinue and seek medical advise if any adverse reactions occur. Do not exceed suggested use.

Manufactured in a factory that handles: Dairy, Eggs, Gluten, Nuts, Soya and Yeast.

Serving Size: 5g
Servings per container: 20

Directions for use:

We recommend using 5 grams, 2 or 3 times daily.
1 scoop is approximately 2.5g.

Ingredients:

L-Glutamine

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