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Glutamine is highly in demand throughout the body. It is used in the gut and immune system extensively to maintain optimal performance. 60% offree-form amino acids floating in skeletal muscles is L-glutamine. L-glutamine plays a very important role in protein metabolism, and it appears to be a very important nutrient for body builders. When supplemented, it may help body builders reduce the amount of muscle deterioration that occurs because other tissues that need glutamine will not rob the glutamine stored in the muscle cells. Glutamine is one of the twenty nonessential amino acids. Nonessential means the body can produce this substance itself. Sixty percent of our glutamine is found in the skeletal muscle, with the remainder residing in the lung, liver, brain and stomach tissue. More than sixty percent of our free amino acids come in the form of glutamine and under normal conditions our body is able to produce more than enough to handle the load. But, during times of stress, glutamine reserves are depleted and need to be replenished through supplementation. Research is showing that glutamine depletion caused by stress can be activated by something as minor as a common cold and the level of depletion increases with the severity of the disease. The important thing, as fitness enthusiasts, is to remember that stress related glutamine depletion does not only occur with illness, but also occurs due to stress caused by exercise. Intensive exercise will disrupt immune function; increase lactic acid and ammonium levels. High levels of ammonia can affect muscle function. Within the first five minutes of exercise glutamine levels will rise and catabolic hormones are released. Even at the conclusion of the exercise session the muscles will continue to release glutamin causing a severe depletion situation. And the harder you train the higher the rates of depletion. Why does glutamine depletion happen so quickly? Because glutamine increases the hydration state of the muscle cells. Hydration of the mcells can change ra and once the cells are dehydrated they enter a catabolic staDuring times of cata stress research has shown that glutamine levels can drop bymuch as 50%. Overtraining will

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