NANO technology lets us take off the boxing gloves. We are able to snap together the fundamental building blocks of nature easily, inexpensively and in most of the ways permitted by the laws of physics. We can also dissemble or separate these building blocks back into their individual bricks. Existing manufactured materials can be re-engineered into molecular sized particles. This same technology which is used to continue the revolution in computer hardware beyond about the next decade can also let us fabricate an entire new generation of nutritional products that are cleaner, stronger, lighter, and more precise. Being of such small particle sizes, allows for faster, more efficient assimulation of the nutritional products into our body. The longer a nutritional supplement sits in your digestive system, the more chance it has at being attacked by stomach acid, enzymes and bacteria.
We all know the benefits of taking HP100 and NANO Creatine after training for recovery and muscle growth. What if we could add to that combination to further enhance their effects? NANO Glutamine may be the answer. A scientific study on glutamine has found a 2 gram dose increased growth hormone levels by 430%. Growth hormone is an important anabolic hormone, involved in protein synthesis, uptake of amino acids and utilisation of fat for energy. Adding NANO Glutamine to your post workout recovery could well be the most effective way to boost your muscle growth and recovery to the next level.Glutamine's importance was first demonstrated in the 1930’s by Sir Hans Krebs - one of the pre-eminent biochemists of all time. Dr. Krebs - a master at metabolic cycles, is best known for his discovery of the citric acid cycle (krebs cycle) which creatine is involved in. But few are aware that he was the first to recognize glutamine's significance in nitrogen metabolism. Glutamine has now been recognized by doctors and professionals for providing significant contributions in preventing muscle breakdown, maintaining Glutathione (GSH) levels, improving protein synthesis, elevating growth hormone levels, plus many other health beneficial functions. Glutamine supplements have been a critical staple in athlete diets due to the fact that glutamine levels fall after intense training and do not rise to full strength until complete recovery has occurred. It has been a critical supplement for AIDS and cancer patients because it helps prevent muscle wasting.