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Iron Bisglycinate B-Complex #6 L-Glutamine

Iron in a form for enhanced absorption without gastrointestinal side effects*  Iron Bisglycinate provides an optimal way to supplement iron, which is essential for red blood cell formation.* It helps fight fatigue and other symptoms of iron deficiency in athletes and others.* NSF Certified for Sport

New Formula - Optimal balance of B vitamins with extra B6 for brain and nerve health and PMS discomfort* B-Complex #6 includes essential B vitamins. Its extra B6 is important for neurotransmitter synthesis, which is essential for stress and mood support.* It can also help modulate fluid retention.* NSF Certified for Sport

L-glutamine is the most prevalent amino acid in the bloodstream. It is found in high concentration in skeletal muscle and lung, liver, brain, and gastrointestinal tissues. Skeletal muscle contains the greatest intracellular concentration of glutamine, comprising up to 60 percent of total body glutamine stores, and muscle is the primary storage depot and exporter of glutamine to other tissues.
Catalyte - Lemon Lime M.F. Bromelain Magnesium Bisglycinate
Hydration and electrolyte balance are essential for all levels of exercise and athletic performance.* Catalyte is the first formula to combine electrolytes with B vitamins, vitamin C, and D-ribose for broad-spectrum nutrient repletion and cellular rejuvenation. Bromelain has been shown to promote healing and reduce temporary and minor swelling and bruising following trauma or surgical procedures - including dental surgery.*

A well-absorbed form of magnesium that promotes sleep and muscle relaxation* Magnesium Bisglycinate is a well-tolerated, lightly sweetened powder.* It promotes restful sleep and relaxes smooth and skeletal muscle.* NSF Certified for Sport

L-Glutamine Powder
Thorne provides L-glutamine in a convenient, cost-effective powder for  ease of supplementation in large amounts. L-glutamine is the most  prevalent amino acid in the bloodstream. It is found in high  concentration in skeletal muscle and lung, liver, brain, and  gastrointestinal tissues.