Ultra-Absorb L-Glutamine

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Ultra Absorb™ L-Glutamine is a plant-based, pure and ultra-fine form of L-Glutamine. It’s specifically formulated for women with gut problems so it can be easily absorbed into the gut lining for faster healing.

L-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid present in your system. It makes up between 30% and 35% of the amino acid nitrogen you find in your bloodstream. This abundance earned it the title of a “conditionally essential” amino acid.

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There are so many ways you can use your Ultra-Absorb L-Glutamine, depending on your health goals:

For Leaky Gut, IBS, and Digestive Problems
Mix 5 grams (approximately one scoop), once daily with 200 - 300 ml of water, or as directed by your healthcare professional.

For Food and Sugar Cravings
Mix 5 grams (approximately one scoop), twice daily, with 200 to 300 ml of water, or as directed by your healthcare professional.

For best results, we recommend taking Ultra-Absorb L-Glutamine one hour before or after lunch to avoid mid-afternoon glucose crashes or before dinner to avoid evening cravings.

For Weight Loss
Mix 10 grams (approximately two scoops) upon waking with 400 to 500 ml of water, or as directed by your healthcare professional.

We recommend taking Ultra-Absorb L-Glutamine on an empty stomach upon waking to place your body in a constant fat-burning state throughout the day.

Any cold liquid. 

The time that best suits your health goals, or at any time of day.

Ultra-Absorb L-Glutamine should not be mixed with any other fluids, foods, or supplements except water.

This product contains ultra-fine, free-form for enhanced bioavailability.

It does not contain the other types called trans-alanyl-glutamine (TAG) or alanyl-L-glutamine.

The supplementation of L-Glutamine doesn’t affect body composition. However, it may accelerate strength recovery from resistance-training sessions and reduce the occurrence of infections in hard-training endurance athletes.

L-Glutamine is at a 100% dosage strength, and it is not available in a more concentrated form.

However, if you are referring to the 'assay' or purity level, our L-GLutamine is at the highest standard of a purity level at 99.1% after the initial fermentation and preparation process of the raw materials.

L-Glutamine is one of 20 amino acids in your body, and it's known as a conditionally essential amino acid for the roles it plays in your body. Amino acids are commonly known as the building blocks for your bodily functions and healthy growth.

Out of the 20 amino acids present in your body, L-Glutamine is the most prevalent one. This is what makes it a conditionally essential amino acid. You can find two different types of L-Glutamine in your body. The type of L-Glutamine that you get in a supplement form and take with food is free-form L-Glutamine.

Taking this type of L-Glutamine with food helps your body absorb higher amounts of it, each time you take it. The second type of L-Glutamine is Trans-Alanyl-Glutamine (TAG). Trans-Alanyl-Glutamine forms when two amino acids join together. You can take it by itself, and your body can absorb it without food.

This supplement is specifically designed to be safe and gentle. Unfortunately, in some rare cases, an unpredictable reaction may happen. Please consult with your healthcare professional so they can assess the possibility of an allergy or intolerance to a specific ingredient.

Make sure to place Ultra Absorb™ L-Glutamine in a cool, dry place to preserve the supplement.

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What Is It? 

Ultra Absorb L-Glutamine is a plant-based, pure and an ultra-fine form of L-Glutamine. It’s specifically formulated for women with gut problems and is heavily bioavailable and absorbed rapidly into the gut lining for deep healing.

What Are The Top 5 Benefits of L-Glutamine?

Leaky gut can be the sole cause of IBS in some instances because of the system-wide inflammation and increased bacteria numbers that spread throughout your body. It’s rare to find a case of IBS without some degree of Leaky Gut Syndrome.

L-Glutamine supplements can help to repair your intestinal permeability.

A pilot study took 48 patients and split them into two groups of 24 each. The control group had 23 patients, and the L-Glutamine group had 25 patients. They gave the L-Glutamine group an oral supplement of 0.5g/kg once a day for two weeks while the control group got a placebo.

At the end of the trial, they found that both group’s intestinal permeability was reduced, but the group that got the L-Glutamine supplement had a significantly higher reduction. Therefore, if your IBS symptoms are caused by leaky gut, this could be a good way to overcome it and reduce or stop your flares.

Firmicutes are the main category of bacteria in your digestive tract which extract more calories from your food, causing weight gain and fat and fluid retention. Bacteroidetes are the other large class of bacteria in your digestive tract. They’re fighting with the Firmicutes over food.

The ratio of Bacteroidetes to Firmicutes in your system is a biomarker for obesity.

One of the biggest things L-Glutamine does to help fix the ratio of Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes in your system is to increase the levels of Bacteroidetes. In turn, this helps to stop the Firmicutes from taking over, and it can decrease the number of calories your body absorbs.

One study took 30 overweight adults and split them into two groups. Group A got a supplement consisting of 30 grams of L-alanine. Group B got 30 grams of L-Glutamine for two weeks. At the end of the study, Group B had a significant increase in the ratio of Bacteroidetes (good bacteria) to Firmicutes (bad bacteria) in their system that went from 0.85 to 0.57. Group A had an increase of the Firmicutes from 0.91 to 1.12.

Other studies show that the Bacteroidetes family can also help to suppress the release of GLP-1. This is a hormone that helps reduce your appetite, and it can also help you burn calories from fat.

Additionally, they can help regulate how quickly food goes through your system. This can stop your body from absorbing as many calories as it would if your body didn’t push the food you ate along at a steady rate.

Leaky gut syndrome is a blanket term used to describe a condition where you have small fissures or cracks in your intestinal walls. These small holes in your intestinal lining allow for bacteria to slip through, and it also allows for valuable nutrients to slip through instead of being absorbed by your body. In turn, you can experience increased cravings for sugar or salty foods.

L-Glutamine is essential when it comes to healing your leaky gut, stopping sugar cravings, and helping with insulin resistance. First, L-Glutamine has powerful properties that act as anti-inflammatory agents. They go to the damaged lining of your intestinal walls and start to take the inflammation away.

The second thing L-Glutamine does is help to heal your systems at a cellular level once the inflammation is gone. This helps with both insulin resistance and leaky gut. Since L-Glutamine is an amino acid, one of its main functions is to heal damage and help to rebuild strong cells. This will slowly repair any fissures or cracks in your intestines, which can increase your nutrient absorption. Your body will start getting the nutrients it needs, and this can reduce your sugar cravings.

H. pylori is a type of bacteria that some people have throughout their stomach and intestines in the mucosal layer. H.Pylori is something which should be removed. The reasoning behind this is that a hidden infection of H. pylori can be mistakenly diagnosed as IBS.

H. pylori bacteria can cause problems like gut irritation and ulcers which can often masquerade as IBS. In fact, studies show that roughly 50% of people who have IBS have an infection of H.pylori. This means that H. pylori can potentially cause IBS, and having IBS can make you more susceptible to the effects of H. pylori given your gut is already compromised. This creates a vicious cycle.

Since L-Glutamine helps boost your immune system, it’s safe to say that it can help with an infection of H. pylori. Taking L-Glutamine will encourage your immune system to send immune cells to the problem areas in your stomach lining. Once they get there, they’ll start to fight the H. pylori, and L-Glutamine will begin the cellular repair process.

When your gut is healthy, the bacteria species stay balanced. They help break down the food you eat, and the “good” bacteria and “bad” bacteria keep each other in check. However, when certain strains of bacteria get overgrown, you start to see problems because overgrowths can cause IBS symptoms. Often IBS is just a sign of an overgrowth of bad bacteria and nothing more.

Firmicutes are the main phyla of bacteria responsible for IBS when they become overgrown. This phyla of bacteria is one of the largest classes of bacteria in your digestive tract. They absorb the nutrients from your food, and they also stimulate your appetite. However, many species of firmicutes have been known to cause intestinal inflammation.

Researchers recruited 33 adults who were overweight (and had high levels of firmicutes pre-study) and put them on an oral L-Glutamine supplementation or an oral supplementation of L-alanine. At the end of the study, they measured the Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes. They found that the group who got the L-Glutamine supplements had a 0.3 reduction in the ratio of Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes. The group who got the L-alanine had an increase in the ratio of Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes of 0.21.

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