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Amazone I.
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if I remember it well, I pointed out that glutamic acid isn't ok for A's nor AB's....might get us hyper ....
l'glutamin is a help for leaky gut syndrome....


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hyper is not a big side effect..
Why would Dr.D recommend it and SPECIFICALLY for WEIGHT LOSS! if it raises cortisol!!

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im not really a big fan of it, but i got a bottle for free and it expires soon.. im like what the heck if it makes me recover faster i'll take it! i was thinking of taking it post workout and in the morning, the two times that the body is high in cortisol. yet! it is the most times my body needs and will absorb it. THIS SITUATION MUST BE SOLVED please Dr.D kindly respond


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Tried it, 5 grams in powder form postworkout mixed with protein and simple sugars.
COULD'NT SLEEP! Seriously its annoying when ur soo soo tired after a leg day and soo very stressed out and couldn't sleep, its torture. Now the thing is im off caffeine for like a month now and the same day i tried the glutamine i drank 2 heaping teaspoons of nescafe decaf coffee..

I really dont know which one is the problem here but i'll lower my dose to 2.5 grams and will not drink "decafe" anymore!!!


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To nadizzle
In regards to the reflexology, I am a certified reflexologist myself and fully advocate having a session done by someone who is qualified in your area, by the way, I noticed that you are from So. Carolina, where in the state are you from, I live near Myrtle Beach in the  city of Surfside Beach. Reflexology is a great stress and tension reliever and helps promote relaxation. Another stress reliever is reiki therapy, it is soooo relaxing, but don't know if you are familar with it or whether you would be somewhat prejudiced by it.
To everyone else; In regards to the L-Glutamine, I had read that it is very good for folks who have a celiac problem that suffers from digestive issues, because it helps to heal the gut lining. I have this problem myself, the celiac issue and take probiotics and enzymes for my digestive health. I am also a blood type A, so would it hurt for me to take this supplement for my celiac issue?  I am all up for anything that helps to heal or help my digestive health issues. Due to me having this celiac disorder, I have developed a malabsorption issue prior to the celiac disorder, which could be a cause for the celiac disorder that I now own. I try and control through diet and take certain supplements I was told to take by a nutritional counselor sometime back and others that are recommended for celiacs.
So any advice here would be a great help.
Thanks and take care,
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I was wondering if B can take L-Glutamine? Thanks!


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I just did a quick search and found some info on it here -

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-pres/m-1182782338/
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may increase cortisol levels in Bs


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Are any Bs here taking it with no ill effects? I wonder if I take it in smaller dosage and only during carb-binging periods, would it help?
Basically, I am trying to find something that takes care of carb cravings during PMS. I have tried chromium picolinate but it made no difference. I have read that GTF chromium is better, so I have just ordered it.


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protein early in the day will help you stay alert and will help you avoid food cravings.

lower the quantity of honey and other highly sweet condiments, because they tend to create more cravings!

Grains also tend to create cravings for sweets, so be careful with them.

how balanced is your gut flora?


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Thanks for the suggestions, Lola. I am 100% grain-free and do eat lots of protein. I am fine till 10 days before my period, then severe cravings for carbs kick-in. I binge on fruits, yogurt and nuts and I mean BINGE!!!- can easly gain 4-5 lbs each month (of fat, no water) and then after the period I am back to normal eating. I know that fruits only make my cravings worst. I don't eat honey.


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I think I am going to take Dr D'Adamo advise (like I always have) and not take l-glutamine. I completely trust his research.
I am also concerned with L-Glutamine having MSG and increase in alzheimers due to high level of l-glutamine.
I hope that GTF chromium will do the trick.


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I wonder Glycoscia would work for carb cravings.


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btw.. my fault here is and was to confond glutamic acid with l'glutamin... I apologize ... merci d'avence


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