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L-Alanyl-L-Glutamín je známy aj pod obchodným názvom Sustamín. Je to dipeptid zložený z glutamínu a alanínu. Je rozpustný vo vode a stabilnejší ako čistý glutamín. Súčasné poznatky nepodporujú jeho použitie na zlepšenie výdrže.


Pri výskumoch sa používa dávka 1-3 g denne. Na stanovenie optimálnej dávky, však bude potrebných viac výskumov.

Medicínske upozornenie!


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