Glutamine is essential for DNA synthesis, cellular energy, growth and repair. Glutamine is used by white blood cells to support the imune system. Glutamine is also known as a superb brain fuel, and some people refer to it as a "smart-vitamin" - although it is in actual fact no vitamin at all.
Glutamine is a most abundant amino acid. It plays a key role in immune system functions. Glutamine is an important source of energy, especially for kidneys and intestines during caloric restrictions. Glutamine is a brain fuel that is an aid to memory and a stimulant to intelligence and concentration.
Molecular Weight - 146.15
Occurence - 4.11%
Glutamine Deficiency Symptoms
Deficiency Symptoms of Glutamine is rare, since it can be manufactured by the body but some are cirrhosis, starvation, weight loss associated with AIDS and cancer.