Source Naturals L-Glutamine Powder, 3.53 Oz (100 G) by Source Naturals,

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Source Naturals L-Glutamine Powder, 3.53 Oz (100 G) by Source Naturals,

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Description of Source Naturals L-Glutamine Powder, 3.53 Oz (100 G) from...

Glutamine can help dogs who are suffering from cachexia, or weight loss. It can also help regenerate the lining of the gastrointestinal tract if it is damaged due to chemotherapy or radiation treatments. Glutamine can be used in most dogs, but may not be appropriate for all. For complete details, contraindications, and dosage, please check out The Dog Cancer Survival Guide and consult with your veterinarian.

Manufacturer Description

L-Glutamine, a free-form amino acid, can be converted to glutamic acid. Glutamic acid is a precursor to the important inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). L-Glutamine also plays an important role in ammonia disposal.

Product Features

l-Glutamine can be converted to glutamic acid, which is both a precursor to the important inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA (gamma amino butyric acid) and an excitatory neurotransmitter in its own right. Athletes on high-protein diets will appreciate the fact that glutamine transports ammonia, the toxic metabolic by-product of protein breakdown, to the liver, where it is converted into less toxic urea and then excreted by the kidneys. Finally, glutamine can convert into alanine, an amino acid that the liver converts into glucose, supplying additional fuel to muscles during a prolonged workout.

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