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    Originally posted by armstrong
    im using optimum glutamine i think it's bull****, can't wait to finish to try something else
    how is it bull****? isnt L - glutamine the same thing whether its AST or Optimum or Prolab?

    i use optimum. its the only kind ive tried
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    Hi,

    I happened to pick up a pharmacetical-grade Glutamine brand named BioX (manufactured by http://www.nutrition-zone.com ...).

    Is it any good? How does it compare to ProLab Glutamine?

    (Regarding ProLab -- I just purchased some ProLab Creatine. This is my first Creatine, and I am studying up on its proper use!)
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    There is a NJ base company by the name of Pro Source. I think their Glutamine is truly a superb product. It is $30 for a 180 serving bottle, 5g per serving. The stuff is so fine it could be mistaken for cocaine. It is easily solubulized and has no taste. I seriously recommend this brand above all others!!!!!
    It's taken me about 10 years to finally 'GET IT'
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    Body Science.
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    best glutamine product hasn't come out yet.

    A glutamine bonded with taurine or argnine or some other dipetide system that actually gets the glut past the GI and has a two prong effect such as stimulating No2.
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    I get the EAS 1000g tubs. It tastes really funny though. Oh well, its worth it.
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    so if youre looking for the best glutamine out there and dont care about price, what would it be? jarrow? prolab?
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    Glu-FM

    Because I have been out of shape for at least 4 years, Syntrax Glu-FM was my first time trying L-Glutamine for recovery after cardio. I started out with 5g daily before Cardio (basketball). I only notice a slight change in my body temp. (meaning I felt a little warmer than normal) Two weeks in I upped my dosage to 10g during my basketball workout. I took 10g with 8 ounces of Welchs grape juice and drank it during my workout. Maaan! I was burning up. Veins popped out and I was warm with a slight headache. Not a migraine but a "I think I'm about to get a headache" type feeling.

    I believe Glu-FM enabled me to extend my pickup game to 3 1/2 hours. I haven't played like that in 10 years or more. Next day, I had NO soreness. But my damn feet hurt though? :-)

    One other major side affect though. I couldn't sleep that night for shiiit! I think I finally fell asleep at 2:00am. I took the GLU-FM around 5:00pm.

    Glu-FM has very, very little taste.
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    Optimum Glutamine. Tasteless (Practically)
    Dosage: Effective.

    Works better than others I've tried at recovery, Beats the hell out of BSA Product. Like Pure L-Glutamine better than mixes, I'll mix it myself.
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    chuck deisel has a glutamine peptide product at f e f i f o . c o m that is very cost efficient for peptide bonded glutamine
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    chuck deisel has a glutamine peptide product at f e f i f o . c o m that is very cost efficient for peptide bonded glutamine
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    Originally posted by Max32
    chuck deisel has a glutamine peptide product at f e f i f o . c o m that is very cost efficient for peptide bonded glutamine
    Kilosports, 1 kilo = $29.95
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    That being said, I've used AST's Glutamine for years now. 10 grams mixed with Swole pre-wo, 15 grams post-wo...
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    ive used Ast's and also a aussie brand called body science i think they are pretty much the same, im using proteincustomizers glutamine peptide at the moment, its also good..
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    I'll start using Ultimate nutrition glutamine what do you think of it ?!

    i've been very please with their creapure !
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    Pro Labs, many users in this forum use it.
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    Originally posted by Macho
    many users in this forum use it.
    Well then damn, I'm set. I always go by what the masses of 15 yr. olds use...

    P.S. - I read last week on here that Detour bars have steroids in them...
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    Talking Pro-Performance

    I am an intermediate strength trainer not even close to a beginning bodybuilder...and I have tried..different brands of L-Glutamine but I am currently using GNC brand right now and it seems to be working well for me...just my opinion
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    Labrada Glutamine 500 has a fair price and a trusted name.
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    Im using the PVL gluta maxx micronized pure l-glutamine and it works well, id just like to know if its normal for the last sip to have the crystals and it fells like sand in my mouth, is this normal? if not is it bad or anything like that?

    Thanks
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    i noe this is nt a very relevant qns but i don't wanna create a new thread for it.
    is glutamine or bcaas more valuable in the bulking phase?
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    AST GL3 micronized glutamine, mixes easily, no bad taste
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    AST GL3 makes my urine burn without fail. I tried it twice and both times the same thing happened. I would take it 20-30 minutes before bed and my pre-bed leak always burned. I never had that problem with any other product. That micronized stuff seems to run straight through me. Now I use prolab. The price is good, taste is fine, and seems to be effective for recovery purposes.
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    My 2 cents

    Free form Glutamine is free form Glutamine. There is no difference between EAS, AST, Prolab etc...except price, so buy on price!
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    Re: My 2 cents

    Originally posted by Vinnie Bobarino
    Free form Glutamine is free form Glutamine. There is no difference between EAS, AST, Prolab etc...except price, so buy on price!
    Actually thats not really true. The process of islolating an amino structure is very complicated and sometimes can be done many different ways. The end result may be the same product but may have different characteristics. The most common variable among different products is it's PH. Some may be more acidic than others and may react differently in the stomach and intestinal tract. I think thats why some glutamine products are marketed as digestive aids and some as recovery aids. If you find a cheap one that works for you, stick with it, because not all of them will live up to the claims.

    "Creapure" is actually the name of the process that was developed to create effective creatine monohydrate. When creatine first became popular everyone had their own way of producing the stuff. The Chinese companies used methods that produced a product that was less effective than the german companies. It's the german method that's become the proven method today. Some companys still market their products with it's origin but "creapure" is the established name for this method.
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    Originally posted by chair
    Because of the fact that I have only used one glutamine product, I would have to say AST's micronized glutamine.
    bump...
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    I'd buy Glutamine from anybody because its basically the same thing... as long as its good quality!
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    PRD Glutacene

    PRD Glutacene Rasberry flavor is an awesome product. It is a glutamine product that also has amino acids in it to prevent your body from going catabolic during a workout. Check out gen-mag.com for information on it.
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    i think osmo was the first brand i ever used. then supplement direct, now prolab.

    great results with all
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    does it really work to take Glutamine
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