Glutamine 200G

$139.95 AUD
By RN Labs



The Essential Amino Boost for Gut and Muscle Health

Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the human body, playing a vital role in various physiological processes. In its supplemental powder form, glutamine offers targeted support, especially for athletes and those with specific health concerns.

  • Muscle Recovery: Widely recognized in the fitness community, glutamine supports muscle recovery post-exercise and can help reduce muscle soreness. It may also preserve muscle mass during periods of intense physical stress.
  • Gut Health: Glutamine plays a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of the intestinal barrier, often referred to as gut lining. This can be especially beneficial for those with conditions that affect gut permeability.
  • Immune Support: As a fuel source for immune cells, adequate levels of glutamine are essential for optimal immune function.
  • Brain Health: Glutamine is a precursor to the neurotransmitter glutamate, which plays a role in cognitive functions.
  • Safety and Tolerance: Generally well-tolerated, glutamine powder can be easily mixed with water or other beverages. However, excessive intake may lead to some side effects, so sticking to recommended doses is essential.
  • Versatility: The powder form allows for easy dosage adjustments, making it suitable for various needs, from athletic recovery to supporting gut health.


  1. Muscle Recovery & Athletic Support: Dosage: 5g to 10g post-workout. Some athletes may take another 5g dose later in the day or before bed.
  2. Gut Health: Dosage: 10g to 30g daily, often divided into multiple doses throughout the day. The specific amount can vary depending on the severity of the gut issues and individual needs.
  3. Immune Support: Dosage: 5g to 10g daily.
  4. General Supplementation: Dosage: 5g daily.
  5. Form and Timing: Glutamine powder is typically mixed with water, juice, or another beverage. It can be taken on an empty stomach, between meals, or after workouts. For gut health, some individuals find it beneficial to take glutamine on an empty stomach, while others might take it with meals.
  6. Safety and Tolerance: While glutamine is generally well-tolerated, excessive intake can lead to side effects like stomach upset, headaches, or dizziness. It's essential to stick to recommended doses and consult with a healthcare professional if higher doses are being considered. Individuals with liver disease, kidney disease, or Reye’s syndrome should avoid glutamine supplementation unless under medical supervision.


L-glutamine 3g


Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

No added artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners, yeast, gluten, wheat, nuts, dairy or animal products.