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We have talked with 40 athletes who mention and reviews glutamine supplements.

RhondaLee Quaresma
RhondaLee Quaresma (female, 51)
How I Keep On Training Despite My Health Issues
Other supplements in my program are L Glutamine and amino acids, multi vitamin/mineral, Vit D Calcium/magnesium, iron, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Melatonin, Zinc, potassium, biotin, milk thistle, omega 3, dhea, IP-6 & Inositol, cognizin, Gingko, I also take brain enhancements especially …….because to me it all starts there! Ginkgo is a go to! And I always try to make sure my supplements have the GMP symbol so I know I am getting a true product!
Christian Wilson
Christian Wilson (male, 34)
How I Went from Living in a Tent to the World Stage of Bodybuilding
I occasionally take creatine, glutamine and/or multi vitamins but this will be for a limited period and not often. There are some things I will be trialling to see the impact on my physique and health shortly but you’ll have to follow me to see what they are and how they work!
Jaime Cerda
Jaime Cerda (male, 36)
How I Eat, Train and Stay in Shape to Achieve My Pro Card
For my post shake, at the moment, I am having 60 grams of Int. Protein Caramel Popcorn because, holy shit, it tastes so good. And when you’re in a deficit, every bit of flavour helps. And glutamine, once again, the cheapest will do just fine.
Brock Ashby
Brock Ashby (male, 26)
This is How I Make My Fitness Programs to Achieve Better Results
I only use creatine as a supplement and don’t really recommend supplements to my team members. The 1-2% difference is not where their focus should be. Mastering the basics is what brings results, not fat burners, BCAA’s or glutamine.
Fadil Jun
Fadil Jun (male, 26)
How I Kept Training and Stayed Motivated After I Broke My Hand
The only supplements I use are before and after a workout: bcaa’s + creatine before training and extra carbs + whey + glutamine + bcaa.
Karen Plum
Karen Plum (female, 47)
I'm a Sports Performance Coach & Figure Champion. Here's My Plan to Work with Motorsport Athletes
A good pre trainer, glutamine and coming into Comp time OxyShred is my favorite fat burner to use pre training. While glutamine and Bulk Nutrients Protein Shake are my essentials post train then of course a good nutritionally balanced meal.
Christina Longobardi Paradiso
Christina Longobardi Paradiso (female, 35)
How Losing Everything Helped Me Focus My Strength and Dedication
B12 ginkgo biloba kola nut gotu kola ginger root glutamine burdock vegan DHA red algae bladderwrack seamossI try to drink a gallon of water a day also.
Danae Vasileiadou
Danae Vasileiadou (female, 32)
I'm a Swimming Instructor and Personal Trainer. This is How I Inspire Women Through Fitness
Finding the right supplements will be beneficial to your recovery as well. I use from Level 1 Protein Powder and Ignition. Also, glutamine has helped me a lot.
Emmanuela Pintus
Emmanuela Pintus (female, 45)
This Is How I Have Combined Yoga and Bodybuilding for 15+ Years
I don’t take a lot of bodybuilding supplements but I do take a lot of vitamins, mostly for inflammation and repair. Especially omega-3 fats, MSM, glutamine, curcumin, aloe juice, and vitamin C.
Cody Stover
Cody Stover (male)
How Rocky Inspired Me to Get Fit and Become an Actor and Model
I don’t take many supplements, just the basics: Protein, Pre-workout, BCAA’s, and glutamine. I also take fish oil, but any brand is fine. I like Kagged muscle and Gat primarily because their products seem to be the most pure and work best for me.
Nyla Fuller
Nyla Fuller (female, 34)
How I Work as a Canadian Fitness Model, Bikini Competitor and Business Professional
Pre-workout drink: my favorite now is Allmax Amino-Cuts because it has 127mg caffeine, 250mg glutamine, 500mg L-carnitine and 725mg BCAAs per scoop. It gives me energy and focus without feeling “buzzy”. For bulking, I also add creatine and carb powder;
Alessandro Giovanniello
Alessandro Giovanniello (male, 26)
I'm a Personal Trainer and Online Coach. This is How I Eat, Train and Recover
For my diet, I follow the zone diet (40-30-30). Being a subject that I tend to quickly accumulate fat when I eat a lot of carbohydrates, I found refuge in this very valid diet. Even if it doesn’t, I use food supplements like whey protein, glutamine, creatine because they help recovery after workouts.
Denise Guidry
Denise Guidry (female, 42)
I'm a Model and Fitness Coach. This is How I Became 4x Overall National Bikini Champion
I always take two days of rest along with breakfast and dinner to be my more (clean) perfect meals. I also stay hydrated first thing early morning, noon, and night. Supplements I take are bcca and glutamine daily, though I maximize during prep season.
Kwesi Orr
Kwesi Orr (male, 37)
I'm an Entrepreneur Bodybuilder. This is How I Eat and Train to Become Awesome
My go-to brands for protein powder, glutamine, creatine, etc. are Nutrilite, XS or SAN. They are high quality; my body digest their products well and I also respect how these companies operate as a whole.
Snir Azoulay
Snir Azoulay (male, 20)
How Superheroes Inspired Me to Become a WNBF Bodybuilding Champion
I don’t have any partner in my training, but if I would, I believe it would be nice but not necessary. I don’t have any pre-workout/intra workout shakes. Only after the workout, I consume a post-workout shake that includes: Whey Protein + Creatine, Glutamine, Beta-Alanine.
Jennifer Reece
Jennifer Reece (female, 42)
I'm an IFBB Figure Competitor. This is How Bodybuilding Gave Me Transformative Evolutions
As for supplementation, I don’t really use much. I use a good whey isolate daily and glutamine post training. Otherwise, I get all my nutrition and energy from food, good sleep and when necessary, black coffee.
Nicolas Cambi
Nicolas Cambi (male, 30)
How I Train, Eat and Recover as a Competitive Strongman
I take Glutamine, Creatine, and Carbs, but supplements only help 5-10% Diet is more of a key driver than anything. I have a few message guns, stim pack is one of them.
Gustavo White
Gustavo White (male, 59)
I'm 59. This Is How Fitness Became a Way of Life
For my recovery I consume some supplements such as Muscle Pharm: Z-PM, Glucosamine and Glutamine daily.
Joe Seeman
Joe Seeman (male, 28)
How I Made the Leap From Amateur to IFBB Pro Bodybuilder
During training, I drink AMRAP Nutrition BCAA (two scoops) and 10 grams of ALLMAX Glutamine.
Jenifer Lee
Jenifer Lee (female, 36)
How I Came Back to Bodybuilding After Recovering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
The only supplements I use are a Evolve WPI (Whey Protein Isolate) and glutamine. My favourite brand is Evolve by Australian Sports Nutrition (all products), and NoWay protein by ATP Science. I leave the rest to my nutrition.
Michael Fatboyslim
Michael Fatboyslim (male, 26)
How I Became a Leading Online Fitness Transformation Coach and Celebrity Trainer
My diet is very old school bodybuilding with low/moderate fat intake and extremely high carb and protein intake, my go-to staple supplements are fish oils, whey isolate, digestive enzyme, EAAS, Creatine & Glutamine!
Elisa Pecini
Elisa Pecini (female, 22)
How Recovered from Anorexia and Bulimia and Became Miss Bikini Olympia
I use supplements in my diets like whey protein, bcaa, glutamine, l carnitine, caffeine, pre-workout and all I use are from NewMillen because it’s the brand I know and trust, I don’t like to risk what I don’t know.
Yaxeni Oriquen
Yaxeni Oriquen (female, 53)
How I Have Trained for 30 Years and Won Both Ms Olympia and the Arnold Classic
I don’t do much after training. I drink Evogen Cell-kem, Glutamine (no particular brand) and BCAA for pre-post workout.
Julie Germaine
Julie Germaine (female)
How Being a Mother Doesn't Stop Me from Training Hard and Staying Super Fit
I change up my supplements when I increase my training with a big goal in mind to take glutamine, fish oils, collagen, BCAAs and more.
Eve Dawes
Eve Dawes (female)
I'm a WBFF Pro Diva. This is How I Combine Bodybuilding with Running My Own Business
The supplements I’ve found work for me are:Glutamine (any brand) Opti-Women Multivitamin by Optimum Nutrition Viviscal Pro for my hair Optimum Nutrition Platinum Hydrowhey or Dymatize ISO100 Protein Powder which are easy digesting and lactose free. BeautyFit BeautyBum (on my stomach under a sweat wrap for fasted cardio). Quest Bars: white chocolate raspberry, S’mores and their HERO bars are my favorites. Dandelion Root pills, which are great for flushing out the kidneys as well as pre-photoshoots or competitions as they’re a diuretic.My favorite exercises as I find I feel them the most the next day are: For my Booty:
Matt Karstetter
Matt Karstetter (male, 36)
I'm a Competitive Bodybuilder, Builder of Multiple Gyms and Gym Products. This Is How I Eat, Train and Recover
My go-to for protein powder, glutamine, creatine, etc. is 1st Phorm. It is high quality; my body digest their products well and I also respect how the company operates as a whole.
Ciara Martinez
Ciara Martinez (female, 34)
How a Ketogenic Way of Living Has Helped Me with My Fitness Journey
Daily supplementation looks something like this: I take a B complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, COQ-10, and L-carnitine. I make my own pre-workout drink that includes amino acids, beta alanine, creatine, and glutamine.
Allison Fahrenbach
Allison Fahrenbach (female, 35)
I'm a Natural Pro Figure Athlete. This is How I Combine IBD and Bodybuilding
Health Force VitalMineral Greens Nutrabio L Glutamine NOW ZMA Bronson Krill Oil Dymatize All9In general, the brands I like the most for quality supplements are Integrative Therapeutics, NuEthix Formulations, Nutrabio and Nutrakey.
Adam Neth
Adam Neth (male, 26)
How My Training Has Changed and Improved since I Started at Age 12
Pre-Workout: 4g citrulline malate, 3.2g beta-alanine, 200-300mg caffeine, active form of B-vitamins Intra-Workout: 30g Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin, 10g BCAA Post-Workout: Two scoops plant or beef protein, 5g creatine monohydrate, 5g glutamine, 2g taurine, 20g EAAFor the majority of my single ingredient supplements like Creatine, HBCD, BCAA, etc., I use, EAAs from Bulk Supplements, Magnesium Glycinate from Solaray, and Plant Protein from Nutrex.
Rammy Andrei
Rammy Andrei (male, 28)
How I Focus 100% on Fitness and Bodybuilding When I'm Not Working
After workout, I’m taking my regular stuff, post-workout supplements like EAA, Glutamine, Chrome, Omega 3-6-9 (the last two I’ve go them from the pharmacy), then go straight home, eat my next meal within 20 minutes after workout and then I take a nap about two hours, after that I’m ok and recovered.
Chad Havunen
Chad Havunen (male, 40)
How I'm Gonna Comeback to Pro Bodybuilding, Mr. Olympia and Battle of the Godz after a 5 Years Hiatus
Finally, I listen to music to get hyped up a bit and to get into the mental zone for training. I take Vitamin C and Core ABCs for branch chain amino. I also add in Core Nutritionals creatine and glutamine.
Ingrid S. Clay
Ingrid S. Clay (female, 39)
I'm a Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, and Plant-Based Chef. This is How Fitness Has Become My Meditation
I lower them but I don’t CUT them. The best way to handle lack of energy is rest! The body recovers through rest your body in rest naturally produces glutamine.
Fábio Veras
Fábio Veras (male, 42)
This is How I Stay Fit and Motivated After 25 Years of Competitive Bodybuilding
I use supplements year round and most of the time I take multivitamins, minerals, glutamine, BCAA, whey protein, pre-workout and I used to take lots of termogenic compounds but find nowadays that I do better using only the pre-workout so it won’t affect my sleep quality.
Diana Chaloux – LaCerte
Diana Chaloux – LaCerte (female, 42)
How I Became Fitness World Champion and Featured in Oxygen, Muscle & Fitness Hers and Natural Muscle
I take G (Glutamine) from Magnum Nutraceuticals. I’m also a big fan of Epsom salt baths for recovery. I also take time to stretch and use foam rollers whenever I have a lot of soreness.
Micah LaCerte
Micah LaCerte (male, 40)
I'm the Owner of Hitch Fit, WBFF Muscle Model World Champion and Iron Man Cover Model
As far as supplements I use Magnum Nutraceuticals, they are the best I have found in the world. I use Whey Isolate Magnum Quattro, Bcaa’s Magnum Hi5, Multi Vitamin Magnum Primer, Pre Workout Booster Magnum Rocket Science, Magnum Dna, Magnum Volume, Creatine – Magnum Big C, L Glutamine – Magnum G. For those interested in trying some message me and Ill send you a promo code [email protected]
Francesco Grezza
Francesco Grezza (male, 25)
How I Trained, Lost 45 Kg and Got Ready to Open My Own Gym
After the training, I take proteins. Then if I want to use some supplements I would take creatine and also glutamine! It can vary depending on the necessity!
Shane (male, 35)
How I Prepare for the Classic Physique Division after 20 Years of Training
My go to supplements for recovering are BCAAs, glutamine, protein powders, glutamine, glycine, creatine, magnesium and zinc. Also foam rolling and go to the chiropractor once a month.
Luka Skubonja
Luka Skubonja (male, 22)
How I Trained to Become WFF Balkan Champion and IBFF European Champion in Bodybuilding
For recovering from hard trainings I love to use some supplements like whey protein and glutamine.
Faisal Ali
Faisal Ali (male, 20)
How I Lost 30 Kg and Got Lean by Dieting and Doing Smart Gym Workouts
I sleep 7-8 hours a day which is sufficient for a human body to rest and I use glutamine which helps to improve my sleep and my recovery.
Marko Drobac
Marko Drobac (male, 18)
How I Gained 25 Kg of Muscle Mass by Training 5 Days a Week
For muscle recovery I mainly use glutamine. My favorite brand for glutamine is My All Nutrition, it is simply good and tastes great. Because of that it is one of the best brands for me.

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