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Glutamine Sport - VitaminSport

«Glutamic acid is used to remove ammonia from the brain, a highly toxic, natural substance [it may even cause death], which develops from the metabolism of proteins [25% occurs in the brain]. The ammonia removal process is called urea. … The first and most important step is the reaction of Glutamic acid with ammonia thereby producing Glutamine. A deficiency of glutamic acid makes ammonia levels rise slowly, causing fatigue, confusion, inability to concentrate and exaggerated mood swings. Once ammonia has been converted, the brain can use Glutamine as a sugar, i.e. as an energy source [and reconvert it to Glutamic Acid]. That is why students find that taking glutamine supplements in the evening helps them focus on homework until late at night, without feeling any fatigue. Unlike caffeine [tea and coffee], it stimulates the brain supporting it a natural way.
When you take glutamine, you feel more vital, as it unlocks vitality, which we all possess, but which we rarely release, unlike coffee, which provides an artificial stimulation at the expense of our health. Glutamine allows you to travel for long periods of time without sleeping.
If you feel lethargic and confused, find it difficult to concentrate, have no enthusiasm or need something to perk you up, try Glutamine » [1].

«Results indicate that this important nutrient [Boron] may aid in maintaining bone health and joint function [osteoarthritis].… Boron plays a key role in the metabolism of calcium and magnesium [regulated by parathyroids].
Boron is necessary for the action of Vitamin D, which stimulates the absorption and utilisation of calcium» [2].  

«Selenium is a trace element that acts primarily as a component of an antioxidant enzyme [glutathione peroxidase], which works together with vitamin E in preventing the damage caused by free radicals on cell membranes …» [3].

«Zinc is present in every cell in the body and is one of the elements at the base of over 200 enzymes, it is the mineral that most affects the largest number of enzymatic reactions. Zinc is also necessary for the proper activity of many hormones, including thymic hormones, insulin, the growth hormone [G.H.] and sex hormones. …» [4]

[1] Robert Erdmann, The Amino Revolution.
[2] Michael T. Murray, Guida Medica agli integratori alimentari, Ed. Red.
[3] Ibidem.
[4] Ibidem.
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