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    Geebee is offline Junior Member
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    do you agree with rambo when he says no glutamine in pwo drink ?

    Rambo writes that glutamine will fight with whey glutamine peptides for assimilation. But I haven't seen any mention of glutamine peptides on a whey label. I'd like to understand

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    This is info about Designer Whey Protein:

    "INGREDIENTS: APT™-Full Spectrum Whey Peptides™ [modified molecular weight and partially pre-digested (hydrolyzed) Whey Protein Concentrate (incl. ~14% glycomacropeptides [MW ~6,700D]), 100% non-denatured Whey Protein Isolate (98% pure protein dry basis), Whey Glutamine Peptides (incl. natural glutamine peptides), L-taurine, L-leucine, L-phenylalanine], cocoa, Glutasynth™ (D-glucose, L-glutamine, oligofructose, glutamine peptides), natural and artificial chocolate flavoring, Lecithin, ZINMAG-6 (magnesium oxide, magnesium aspartate, zinc aspartate, pyridoxine, zinc monomethionine), cellulose gum, xanthan gum, sodium alginate, sodium chloride, acesulfame-K, sucralose, dried cream extract, vanillin, natural vitamin E, lactoperoxidase."

    There's your answer.

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    Whey peptides are in almost every protein powder...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    Whey peptides are in almost every protein powder...
    True, I was just giving him a common example..

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    Yeah. Wow 3,000 coming up soon for you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    Yeah. Wow 3,000 coming up soon for you...
    I've went back and deleted my lounge threads....
    I don't wanna hit 3000 yet.. I whored too much in June and July...

    Some additional info:

    "Glutamine Peptides are amino acids broken down into their smaller more digestible form using what is called the hydrolyzation process. This process allows for better transportation of Glutamine into the bloodstream and muscle tissue where it is needed. Because of the increased absorption with Glutamine Peptide, your bodies natural growth hormone levels will rise, therefore putting your body in a much better state for obtaining lean muscle mass and burning body fat. "

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    OK now if I've got glutamine peptides, I can add them to my pwo whey shake. If I've got l-glutamine I have to drink it at another time, i.e. with caseine and with solid sources of proteins (eggs, meat, fish, soybean, etc.) Am I right ?
    Now another question, I'm a diabetic, do I need slin to assimilate my L-glutamine ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geebee
    OK now if I've got glutamine peptides, I can add them to my pwo whey shake. If I've got l-glutamine I have to drink it at another time, i.e. with caseine and with solid sources of proteins (eggs, meat, fish, soybean, etc.) Am I right ?
    Now another question, I'm a diabetic, do I need slin to assimilate my L-glutamine ?
    NO. You missed the point. There is already glut. peptides in nearly every brand of whey protein... follow what Rambo said, and the advice given above. You misunderstood.

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    Ok, now when do I get my extra glutamine ? I wanna get 20-50 g a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geebee
    Ok, now when do I get my extra glutamine ? I wanna get 20-50 g a day.
    You can take it before AM cardio, and before bed....

    BTW... are you sure that's how much you want to take?

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    Why are you dead set on taking glutamine, you don't need to spend money on it. You probably get enough from protein shakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    Why are you dead set on taking glutamine, you don't need to spend money on it. You probably get enough from protein shakes.
    Yep...
    If you insist on taking it.. (which is ok).. I would take 5g in the morning b4 cardio... and 5g b4 bed...

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    I just read the other thread on glutamine. I'm getting it free form and "wasting 50-85 % of it" Uch !

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