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Yamamoto Nutrition Glutamass POWDER 600g

RM 139.00

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Yamamoto Nutrition Glutamass POWDER is a healthy supplement that is based on pure L-Glutamine powder. Glutamass POWDER is a supplement with glutamine which is suitable for athletes undertaking physical activities that require intense muscular effort. Glutamine is essential to any situations that include strenuous exercise when the body did not meet its needs by synthesizing glutamine.

Why Yamamoto Nutrition Glutamass POWDER is Superior to most Glutamine Powders?
Every Yamamoto Nutrition has improved the formula by separating the whey with High Wind Pressure Spray Drying instead of the traditional Boiling.

Spray drying is rapidly becoming the preferred technique for a growing number of pharmaceutical companies to produce Top Quality Powder in order to maintain most, if not, ALL of the mineral where else the boiling has a high risk on over boiling it.

Despite being very commonly used in the food and chemical industries for decades, spray drying has, until quite recently, only been a niche technology in pharmaceutical manufacturing. In fact, until the 1980s, drug companies tended to favour easy-to-process molecules — so-called BCS 1 substances — that inherently demonstrated good solubility and permeability properties.

When the medical community’s focus shifted to diseases such as AIDS, however, poorly soluble molecules could no longer be ignored. Providing the ability to form solid dispersions, spray drying appeared to offer a solution. Yet, even though the industry was now able to enhance the solubility and, consequently, the bioavailability of BCS 2 drugs, some remained unconvinced.

Concerns centred on the notion that the high temperatures applied during spray drying would denature delicate pharmaceutical substances, notwithstanding the fact that many proteins — and even enzymes — are successfully spray dried in the food industry!

The spray drying process
As a technique, spray drying consists of three basic stages:



Atomisation


The liquid feedstock is “atomised” into droplets using a nozzle or rotary atomiser. Nozzles use pressure or compressed gas to atomise the feed whereas rotary atomisers employ an atomiser drum rotating at high speed

Drying and particle formation


Guided by a gas disperser, hot process gas (air or nitrogen) is brought into contact with the atomised feed, initiating evaporation. As the liquid rapidly evaporates from the droplet surface, solid particle forms and falls to the bottom of the drying chamber. The balance between temperature, flow rate and droplet size controls the drying process

Recovery


The powder is recovered from the exhaust gas using a cyclone or a bag filter. The whole process typically takes no more than a few seconds.

In summary
This ultrafast and gentle drying technology offers unique ways to define particle characteristics and enable the development of novel formulations and delivery systems that were previously unattainable. And, because spray drying is a continuous process, it offers both high productivity and uniform product quality during sustained periods.

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Why do we need L-Glutamine?

Many studies have shown that L-Glutamine supplementation can minimize breakdown of the muscles & improve protein metabolism. Find out everything you need to know about glutamine & how it can help you HERE!

Glutamine is one of the most common amino acid that can be found in your muscles with over 60% of skeletal muscle is Glutamine. Glutamine consists around 20% nitrogen, making it the primary transporter of nitrogen into your muscle cells.

During intense training, Glutamine levels are greatly depleted in your body, which can decrease strength, stamina & recovery. It could take up to 6 days for Glutamine levels to return to normal & Glutamine plays a key role in protein synthesis. Studies have shown that L-Glutamine supplementation can minimize breakdown of muscles & improve protein metabolism.

Here's a video that will explain about L-Glutamine