Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine - What does it do???

  1. Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine - What does it do???


    What does it do?

    any special reason to sell this combo? I tried to find research on it but couldn't... what's the difference from other magnesium form?


  2. "Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine chelate - The only stabilized glutamine in the world, protected by an exclusive patent. Glutamine is an amino acid that serves as a necessary building block for protein in the body. It is also the amino acid lost in the greatest quantity during strenuous exercise. In fact, countless research has shown that glutamine is consistently deficient in athletes during and after exercise sessions. In addition, people suffering from illness and disease have been shown to be deficient in glutamine, which is essential for the body to repair itself. When an individual is in a catabolic state due to strenuous physical activity, illness, injury or nutritional imbalances, glutamine homeostasis can be compromised. Supplemental glutamine is required to restore plasma glutamine levels, protect glutamine stores, and help conserve lean muscle mass.

    We recognized the necessity of having a stabilized form of supplemental glutamine, so Albion developed the only the patented stabilized glutamine.

    Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine (MGG™) is the world's only stabilized glutamine!

    Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 3-5 grams, depending on bodyweight immediately after working out or as directed by your physician."

  3. Look at how magnesium benefits athletes, then look at how glutamine provides gut health benefits and can favorably change PRAL scores of a meal.

    I use this glutamine regularly at night (10g) to promote better sleep and assist in recovery while on a cut. Best glutamine currently out there IMHO.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by CustomNW View Post
    "Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine chelate - The only stabilized glutamine in the world, protected by an exclusive patent. Glutamine is an amino acid that serves as a necessary building block for protein in the body. It is also the amino acid lost in the greatest quantity during strenuous exercise. In fact, countless research has shown that glutamine is consistently deficient in athletes during and after exercise sessions. In addition, people suffering from illness and disease have been shown to be deficient in glutamine, which is essential for the body to repair itself. When an individual is in a catabolic state due to strenuous physical activity, illness, injury or nutritional imbalances, glutamine homeostasis can be compromised. Supplemental glutamine is required to restore plasma glutamine levels, protect glutamine stores, and help conserve lean muscle mass.

    We recognized the necessity of having a stabilized form of supplemental glutamine, so Albion developed the only the patented stabilized glutamine.

    Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine (MGG™) is the world's only stabilized glutamine!

    Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 3-5 grams, depending on bodyweight immediately after working out or as directed by your physician."
    That'll work too


    Tell Matt I want to see some scales and capping supplies.

  5. will do sir

  6. Thanks matt is this the DiPeptide glu-gly with mag or other formula?

    Any references for those claims? where is this quote taken from?

  7. It is patented from Albion labs. If you go to their site, they have all the scientific references posted.

  8. lol, nice, linking me to my own posts

    I'll check their site
  

  
 

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