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L-Glutamic Acid

Discussion in 'Nutrition & Supplements' started by autumngirl, Mar 16, 2015.

  1. autumngirl

    autumngirl Well-Known Member
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    I have bought some l-glutamic acid for sport recovery and found that I cannot tolerate it at all would cause me skin rush that does not go away. Any replacement or good supplement for sport recovery?
     
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    phillydude Don't Never Give Up.

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    What sport are you playing?
     
  3. autumngirl

    autumngirl Well-Known Member
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    mostly light intensity, sometimes medium intensity, walking, jogging, weight lifting, etc.
     
  4. phillydude

    phillydude Don't Never Give Up.

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    You probably don't need any "recovery" supplements if it's mostly light intensity workouts.
     
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    How do I gauge if it is high-intensity generally speaking? outside the criteria of heart working zones of 85% or more, etc?[FONT=&quot][/FONT]
     

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