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-  What is l-glutamine?
It is a free-form amino acid that supports metabolic energy.


-  How does it help the brain?
The brain needs glumatic acid as a fuel to power numerous brain functions but it cannot cross the blood brain barrier. l-Glutamine can more easily enter the brain and be converted into glutamic acid, a neurotransmitter believed to support mental alertness and mood. l-Glutamine is also the precursor to the important inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) which supports a calm mood and healthy brain function.


-  Is it used for other things?
Glutamine is found in the muscles and is available to build and maintain muscle.


-  Why do dieters and body builders appreciate it?
Not only does it help in building lean muscle, but many people say that it helps reduce cravings for sugar and alcohol.*


-  Wellness Transfer Factor™
What is “transfer factor?” Transfer factors are chemical messengers of the immune system. These chemical compounds (ribonucleoprotein molecules) convey critical information for immune defense and activation from certain white blood cells developed in the thymus gland to the body’s other T-cells. In nature, this has importance for newborn health, specifically for the development of a strong immune system.


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