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Maintaining GI / Intestinal Balance

No nutrient is more important than glutamine for intestinal health. The intestines’ primary energy source, glutamine acts as an internal carpenter, rebuilding all the protective doors that toxins and detrimental bacteria knock down in intestinal walls.


Most of the illnesses that benefit from glutamine stem from problems with intestinal permeability and inflammation that is generally caused by toxins that allow harmful bacteria access to the bloodstream. When healthy, the intestine allows only the smallest basic building blocks—amino acids, sugars, and fats—through its walls, absorbing them into the bloodstream for nourishment. At the same time, it keeps harmful bacteria and toxins inside its protective walls until they are discarded from the body as waste. When poor diet or illness depletes the body’s glutamine, the intestinal lining becomes thin, weak, and easily permeated by bacteria. This often leads to a condition known as leaky gut syndrome. These intestinal problems can cause other complications in the body, including arthritis, allergies, and skin problems.



Nervous System Health

L-Glutamine assists in the production of neurotransmitters and supports nervous system health and function. As L-Glutamine can cross the blood-brain barrier, it is readily taken up by the brain and converted into gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), an inhibitory neurotransmitter that helps calm the central nervous system.


Giving the body a boost of glutamine can help, but it isn’t easy to obtain from food sources. 🌿Wildcrafed Cell Minerals such as - rich in The Body Essential GLUTAMINE are 🌿Basil | and 🌿Ginger I.


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