The discovery of the characteristics of glutamine dipeptides occurred in a clinical environment where its parenteral administration presents better pharmacokinetics. Therefore, better transport of glutamine into the bloodstream and muscle tissue.
The use of glutamine dipeptides allows getting the benefits of this amino acid more quickly, making it ideal after training to reduce recovery times and stimulate the growth of lean mass. It has anti-catabolic activity, preventing the muscle catabolism induced by strenuous exercise.
Glutamine is fundamental for constantly replicating cells, such as those of the immune system. Therefore, it contributes to increasing our body's defenses.
No less important is its antioxidant activity, given by the characteristic of being direct precursor of glutathione, the most powerful antioxidant produced by our body.
Glutamine is also the only amino acid capable of overcoming the blood-brain barrier and binding with excess ammonia, eliminating this excess and the nitrogenous waste during the effort.