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Nano Pure Glutamine · 500g

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Glutamine is an amino acid that plays a crucial role in many processes in the human body. It contributes to muscle building and has been shown in several studies to have a positive effect on the immune system. GN provides you with glutamine in its purest form and uses only the highest quality raw materials. NanoPure® Glutamine from GN Laboratories - because in the end only results count.
  • Proteinogenic amino acid
  • Scientifically proven effect
  • 100 % vegan
  • Easy to dose powder form
  • NanoPure® for pure purity
  • Proven quality - Made in Germany
Nährwerte und Inhaltsstoffe
Average nutritional valuesper 100 gper 5 g
L-Glutamine (NanoPure®)100 g5 g

Zutaten: L-Glutamine powder (vegan) NanoPure®

*Prozent der empfohlenen täglichen Verzehrmenge laut Verordnung (EU) Nr. 1196/2011

**Keine Nährstoffbezugswerte (NRV) vorhanden.


Take 5g powder with plenty of liquid.


Not recommended for use by persons under 18 years of age. The stated recommended daily intake must not be exceeded. Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of the reach of children.

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What is glutamine?

Glutamine is one of the so-called non-essential amino acids. This means that the body can produce glutamine itself from other amino acids if required. Glutamine is the amino acid that is present in the body in the highest amount in free form. It makes up 20 % of the free am ino acids in the amino acid pool of blood plasma. In the skeletal muscles it is even 50 to 60 % (1). These high amounts of free glutamine are related to the fact that the body requires large amounts of glutamine for many functions. The immune system and the digestive system are particularly dependent on glutamine (2). Glutamine also plays an important role in the body's protein metabolism (3). Even though the body can in principle produce glutamine itself when required, there are situations in which it develops an increased need. These situations include factors such as severe stress, illness and intensive training sessions (4). Scientific studies have also shown that glutamine levels in the body can be reduced by up to 50 % after an intensive training session (5). After physical exertion, scientific studies have also shown that it can take several hours for glutamine levels to return to normal (6). However, studies have shown that oral glutamine supplementation can cover the body's increased glutamine requirements. This prevented the breakdown of muscle protein in the test subjects and at the same time optimized protein metabolism (7). In studies that combined glutamine with glucose, plasma glutamine levels were found to increase by up to 200% (8)

What other benefits does glutamine have?

The immune system, with its rapidly multiplying cells, relies on glutamine to function properly. According to studies, a glutamine deficiency sometimes resulted in a reduced amount of protective T cells and reduced the ability of phagocytes to destroy bacteria and viruses in the test subjects (9). This is particularly critical in athletes, as intensive training sessions have had a negative effect on the immune system of test subjects in a large number of studies. This significantly increased their susceptibility to infectious diseases (10). However, scientific studies have shown that glutamine supplementation after strenuous exercise can help to strengthen the immune system of the test group and significantly reduce the risk of infectious diseases (11,12). A scientific study also linked glutamine to the release of growth hormones. In this study, the isolated administration of glutamine on an empty stomach was able to increase the body's own growth hormone release of the test subjects by up to 400% (13). A dose of 2 grams of glutamine was sufficient to achieve this effect. Muscle cell volume is also influenced by the glutamine content in the body. Similar to creatine, glutamine has the ability to draw water into the muscle cells and was therefore able to increase the volume of muscle cells in a group of test subjects as part of a study (3). An increase in muscle cell volume makes the muscles appear plumper and fuller. It also has an actual effect on muscle growth (14). Glutamine therefore has several potential anabolic effects, all of which have been demonstrated in test subjects in studies. However, the results that have already been obtained on glutamine do not end there. Scientific studies have shown that glutamine can improve glycogen synthesis after training, helping to replenish glycogen stores depleted by training more quickly (6,16). This in turn resulted in faster recovery in the test subjects. The benefits that accelerated regeneration can bring are obvious

Scientific studies have therefore demonstrated a whole range of positive effects that glutamine can have on the human body. NanoPure ® Glutamine from GN Laboratories provides you with pure glutamine of the highest quality so that you can fully benefit from the advantages of the amino acid. NanoPure® Glutamine from GN Laboratories - because in the end only results count.

The NanoPure® quality guarantee

NanoPure® is not just a manufacturer of various food supplements or ingredients, NanoPure® stands for the highest quality and maximum purity. All products bearing the NanoPure® seal of approval undergo rigorous testing before they are released for sale. Independent laboratories test every single batch to the highest scientific standards to ensure that no impurities can affect the quality of the products. Anyone reading NanoPure® on a product can be sure that there are no heavy metals, no extenders and no harmful substances in their product. NanoPure® stands for pure quality.

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Omer Fercüc.
Glutamin Supp

Richtig geiles Glutamin, da fehlt sich absolut nichts. Mische es mir ab und an einfach in meinen Shake

Clemens Fuchsner

Das Pulver lässt sich wunderbar in Wassero der einen Shake einführen und weil es sich um schlichtes Pulver handelt ist es unglaublich einfach zu dosieren

Erkan B.
Gutes Supplement

Nehm ich gerne ist wirklich solide

Harald Zechner
Glutamin von GN

noch nie ein Problem mit dem Glutamin hier gehabt, ist immer super schnell angekommen und immer zufrieden damit gewesen

Sehr gut für die Regeneration

Ich bin nach wie vor ein großer Fan von Glutamin, hab das Gefühl dass ich damit deutlich besser regenerieren kann