What Else Can We Use Glutamine For?
People with certain medical conditions may live longer when taking glutamine. An example of this is Aids, which can be associated with muscle wasting. It may also replenish metabolic intermediates, also known as ATP (energy), which is important in situations where you are lacking carbohydrates. Some natural sources in which you can find glutamine are chicken, fish, cabbage, spinach, dairy products, tofu, lentils, beans, beets, peas, and in our post-workout protein. (Barr, T Nation, 2002) (Cadman, 2018)