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Glutamine with decadrive delivery:
Glutamine is one of the most abundant amino acids found in skeletal muscles, supplying the metabolic building blocks for creating other amino acids, protein, nucleotides used to make DNA and RNA, and is even involved in energy production. GLUTAMINE DECANATE provides a potent dose of purified, micronized glutamine via the scientifically advanced DecaDrive Delivery Technology. GLUTAMINE DECANATE delivers this critical nutrient to support anabolic and anti-catabolic actions so you can get the most out of your workouts.
Pharmaceutical nutrient update accelerator:
The revolutionary DecaDrive Delivery Technology involves delivery methods used in pharmaceutical products using compounds PEG (as polyethylene glycol) and Decanoate (as sodium caprate) to increase amino acid infusion. PEG is a proven intestinal absorption enhancer used to increase the solubility and dissolution of amino acids, promoting overall conditions for maximizing transcellular and paracellular routes of absorption. Decanate is also a clinically tested intestinal absorption enhancer. Its principle mode of bio-dynamic action includes increasing the paracellular permeability by enlarging the tight paracellular junctions (openings), improving uptake and transport of aminos into the bloodstream. GLUTAMINE DECANATE’s glutamine is also micronized to reduce particle size and further optimize intestinal transport through the transcellular and paracellular pathways. The end result is increased solubility, dissolution and enhanced transcellular and paracellular absorption.
Decadrive delivery figure 2:
Figure 2 illustrates the enhanced absorption of amino acids using the DecaDrive Delivery through the transcellular and paracellular pathways. As you will note, the decanoate increases the space between the tight junctions of the paracellular pathways. In addition, by reducing particle size and improving dissolution with PEG and micronization the uptake of amino acids in the intestines is enhanced through both transcellular and paracellular routes of absorption.