31.99$31.99N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine SAP Science-based support for cognitive function N-Acet… Show More
Science-based support for cognitive functionN-Acetyl-ʟ-carnitine is an active form of carnitine that is synthesized in the body or obtained through dietary sources, in particular red meats. For this reason, many people who eat a vegetarian diet may have a relative deficiency.
N-Acetyl-ʟ-carnitine has the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and neural cell membranes, and therefore can be helpful in conditions affecting the nervous system. There are studies that document N-acetyl-ʟ-carnitine may be useful in the prevention of Alzheimer’s symptoms. N-Acetyl-ʟ-carnitine may also be able to assist in preventing mental fatigue associated with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Compared to ʟ-carnitine, it has the ability to assist in cognition, which has not been attributed to the ʟ-carnitine form.
50.40$50.40L-Glutamine SAP Science-based amino acid for gastrointestinal and immune health … Show More
Science-based amino acid for gastrointestinal and immune healthʟ-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the human body. Glutamine is metabolized in the small intestine and serves as an important fuel source for intestinal mucosa. Glutamine plays an important protective role in the intestinal tract, and is crucial for patients with increased permeability of the intestinal system, which can be seen in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases including for example Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, as well as in irritable bowel syndrome and allergies. This amino acid plays an important role in nutrient metabolism, the immune system, protein turnover, and acid-base balance. With infection, severe burns, cancers, and some other pathologies, both intracellular and extracellular concentrations of glutamine are markedly reduced. This leads us to believe that glutamine supplementation may play an important role in the body’s ability to recover from illness. Glutamine has also been studied for use in patients after gastric surgery and may act as a motility-recovery agent after gastrectomy. Patients receiving treatment for cancer often experience malnutrition and cachexia, which may be improved with glutamine supplementation.