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Optimum Nutrition Glutamine 5000 Muscle Recovery Powder, 1.05 kg
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- Optimum Nutrition's Glutamine powder contains 5 g of pure L-Glutamine per scoop
- Glutamine is one of the most abundant amino acid in the body
- Amino acids are key in rebuilding and the growth of muscle
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Optimum Nutrition's Glutamine Powder contains 5g of pure L-Glutamine per scoop. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, comprising more than 60% of the free amino acid pool in skeletal muscle and greater than 20% of total circulating amino acids. Amino Acids are key in rebuilding and the growth of muscle. Glutamine Caps are formulated for rapid disintegration and maximum absorption.
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I won't purchase again due to this problem. For all I know this white powder could be flour? talc? chalk? who knows? If it's unsealed DON'T TRUST THE CONTENTS
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