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Glutamine – A Building Block for a Healthy Body

Rob Fisher

Rob Fischer has been writing professionally for over 35 years. His experience includes ghostwriting, creating curricula, study guides, articles, blogs, newsletters, manuals, workbooks, and training courses. He has written over a dozen books and serves as an editor for a nationally known copywriter.

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  1. CP

    I have been diagnosed with Leaky.I do bone broth and have taken Glutamine.BOTH of them constipate me.I take it with aloe juice and have upped my fibber plus Triphala and Slippery Elm and Marshmellow Root daily inorder not to be totally locked up.I prefer the broth over the pill.But I want to do both.So how much is too much of the pill WITH the broth?Is it possible to take to much Glutamine and broth?

  2. admin
    admin

    Try starting with 1g once a day and see how your body does with it. Slowly work up dosage so your body can get used to it. Also check out Dr. Axe’s leaky gut support formula: http://store.draxe.com/products/leaky-gut-support

  3. Claudine Perry

    Thank you.I am already doing 1G once a day.I take Dr .Axe’s Leaky gut powder that you mentioned.Forgot to mention that specifically.I was considering taking more but wondering if there is a maximum I should take because I’m also doing the broth.I drink a cup of broth each day plus I take Dr Axes Bone Broth Protein as well once a day.So is it basically just however how much glutamine you can tolerate?

  4. Claudine Perry

    Also I’m already ready taking additional Slippery Elm and Marshmellow Root besides what’s in Dr Axes Gut support Formula.

  5. admin
    admin

    General rule of thumb is long term max dosage is 10-20 mg/day of glutamine.

  6. Claudine Perry

    Thankyou.

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