Enhanced with L Glutamine, Glutamine Peptides & Glutamine AKG
- Bite Size
- Sugar Free Candy
- Approximately 567 Tablets
- Raspberry, Fruit Punch, Grape & Pineapple Orange
Your Favorite Muscle Candy Just Got Better!
Grab a scoop full of new Chewies™ Glutamine "Micros". Now empty it into your hand and pop them into your mouth. Don't worry, you're not "cheating". Quite the contrary, you're enjoying a sugar-free blast of three different kinds of glutamine, an energy-yielding amino acid that your muscles can use to recover and build themselves bigger, stronger, and more powerful.
Whether you worked out for the first time yesterday or you're a professional bodybuilder about to hop onto the contest stage and flex your guns, you don't need to worry. Chewies™ Glutamine Micros won't harm your physique or performance. In fact, glutamine supports both. And because new Chewies™ Micros are sugar-free, they won't slow down your fat-burning metabolism like sugar-loaded products can.
Whatever It Takes!®
Even the pros get cravings for candy. Now you can satisfy them with a nutrient-dense, "physique-friendly" supplement that is slated to become the world's favorite "Muscle Candy", new chewies™ Micros!
Use glutamine to support protein synthesis in your muscles and help them re-fuel and recover. Two servings of Chewies™ Glutamine Micros contains more than 120% of the dose of glutamine found to accelerate the recovery of glycogen levels as effectively as the ingestion of 61g of carbohydrate(1). That's how powerful this amino acid can be!
Glutamine plays many important roles in the body. It is a building block of tissue proteins, a source of energy, and has positive effects on muscle glycogen and protein synthesis. Glutamine is also involved in immune system function and has been found to stimulate growth hormone (GH) release. Prolonged, exhaustive exercise may result in a decrease in glutamine levels 1-2 hours after the exercise period.
Formulated, tested, and verified exclusively by Betancourt Nutrition, Inc.
Laboratory Tested by nFn
1. Bowtell et al. (1999). Effect of oral glutamine on whole body carbohydrate storage during recovery from exhaustive exervise. J Appl Physiol, 86: 1770.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.