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I am guessing.sure here, but how else can you explain wheys that are nearly 50% glutamine, alanine, and arginine?
In the gut lining, these excitatory (called 'adrenergic') receptors signal for acid release, digestive enzymes and bile, and they also trigger glucagon and insulin release, as well as CCK, a peptide that signals for hunger satisfaction.
What it'll do for you: "Marketers will tell you it's a miracle pill that will speed up the way your body burns fats but there have been no credible studies that give weight to that claim," says Lisa R. "Even men with poor diets, who tend to only eat, say, burgers get enough carnitine—it's the one good thing about beef." Meaty diets have been found to provide 20 to 200 milligrams per day of L-carnitine for a 154-pound male, while veggie diets provide as little as one milligram per day.
Fruits, vegetables and grains obviously contain very little L-carnitine, and in addition to meat, other big sources are poultry, fish and dairy products.
Associated risks/scrutiny: L-carnitine appears to be well tolerated, but as always, doctors should be consulted before you begin any supplement routine.
"Especially because carnitine may interfere with certain medications," points out Young.
Imagine, a dose of 22 grams of protein, 13g of which are glutamine, and another 7 are also excitatory (act on the same CNS receptors in organs that excrete or release hormones or acids or respond to caffeine, called adrenergic receptors). This individual had similar problems (allergy and intense reddening of the skin and sweating) with another whey product, also highly enriched in "glutamine-peptides". Two thumbs up for carnitine or its active form, N-acetyl-carnitine. Like I have said before, L-Glutamine is worthless unless you do 5x the normal dosage(as much as 25g per serving) where you force your body to uptake it into the bloodstream rather than being absorbed by the gut and digested too easily. Do you have any carnitine or active form carnitine supplement brands you would recommend? I am on the thin side narutrally and trying to gain some muscle weight.^^ correct. You need these for active redox 'recycle' of carnitine in mitochrondria (the energy producing 'battery' in cells). I'd read articles which say that non-denatured whey(such as paleomeal) is less likely to give people negative reactions. There is also a problem when using casein or egg supplement protein mixes. They typically are highly-enriched glutamine content protein powders.