Gluten sensitivity creates inflammation in the entire body, beginning in the gut. It is a form of autoimmune disease. However, this inflammation occurs in people regardless of whether they have celiac disease or not.
What is L-Glutamine
- L-Glutamine is 1 of 20 amino acids needed by your body in large amounts
- It is the primary fuel used by the cells in your gut lining
- Promotes digestive and brain health, muscle growth
- Improves Nutrient Absorption
- Fights cancer and high blood sugar
Why You Must Take L-Glutamine If You Eat Gluten
Gluten causes gut inflammation and leads to leaky gut syndrome. Leaky gut syndrome is the result of damage to the intestinal lining, which makes it more difficult to guard the internal environment and to filter important nutrients. Thus, undigested food, toxins and other wastes leak out through the holes of the intestine and enter the bloodstream becoming enemies to your immune system. In turn, your immune system gets overburdened by a constant fight against these foreign substances. It eventually leads to chronic stress of the body.
If you have Leaky Gut, you need to use L-glutamine at doses ranging from 5g to 40g spread out through the day with food. Do not mix with hot drinks because heat destroys glutamine