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    what glutamine all about?

    I see glutamine all over instagram being pushed by every fitness celebrity like it is the next big thing but then researching it, seems like it is just an amino acid. is it really something i should be supplementing or is it just a waste of money? I am not sure i want to spend extra cash during this economic time that i do not need to.

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    I don't follow a single fitness celebrity. Why do you?

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    It helps with recovery from intense exercise and immune support. But usually enough is already added in pre and post workout supps, just look at ingredients. Itís also found in red meat and chicken. So proper diet should be sufficient

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    they push amino acids for 2 reasons:

    1. it is completely legal and zero problems with processors
    2. it is cheap to get and sell. zero issues with it going bad

    amino acids are useless and actually do more harm than good. anyone who actually uses them i am imploring you to stop, you are throwing money away for nothing. they do NOTHING
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    I know it helps with gut health but overall I don't think it is going to do much else for you. Better to spend money on good quality food vs amino supplements.
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    never tried it
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    Glutamine was hot news in the 90's when they found out that the BCAA'S convert to glutamine. But that's the thing -- it's meant to be converted. If you take it in the "completed" state, it isn't absorbed. So in short, it's worthless I'm amazed it's still around.
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    Glutamine was pushed a lot 30 years ago. Not so much nowadays. You get plenty through food

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    I have used it for for a few years, and I can't say I notice any difference. I'm actually planning to stop after I finish this last tub of it.

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    As per my earlier reply - who the fuck follows no nothing celebrities on Insta? If so why the fuck?

    As for Glutamine - here's the real deal. Unless you're on some kind of restricted diet (the only time it 'works' in studies and that includes fasting) you'll see little or no affect cos it's right there in high amounts in a protein drink and other protein rich foods. QED: it forms, as Glutamic acid, 18% of the protein in a whey concentrate drink. Use 100g a day (at 80% protein or so) and you'll get 12-16g. 20-40g a day is the sweet spot.

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