Glutamine - the smart choice for Skinny Guys Who Want To Gain Muscle Mass?If you are one of those guys who religiously read the muscle magazines for the latest edge of fitness . . .
However, before his boat rock . . . you are definitely going to see Glutamine in the top 5 list of supplements that are must haves for bodybuilders – all threads of bodybuilding and muscle magazines.
And why not? Glutamine is a money maker for them.
But do they really deliver Glutamine? I do not think so and I think you are better served if the base stays with creatine supplements, protein powder, multi-vitamins and fish oil capsules. And speaking as a skinny guy with a budget . . . Honestly, I think just spending money on glutamine.
I do not think glutamine has any effect on every muscle in consolidation efforts. But that’s just me . . .
Here’s the down and dirty history of glutamine . . .
You see, represents about 66 glutamine amino acid in our bodies . . . and guess what? Your body does what it does not need any external input . . . and yes . . . when you are working . . . the amino acid in our muscles is exhausted . . .
And I guess this is where the theory that should replenish their levels of glutamine comes in. .
But . . . There is no research that may show evidence of the benefits of taking glutamines. Especially for skinny guys like you and me.
And users of glutamine are probably spend over 1000 a year in the mistaken belief that they are helping their muscles building workouts.
If glutamine reception has positive effects . . . it would only be for certain conditions and situations . . . but otherwise a huge waste of money that can refocus on buying better quality food that will help you gain weight.