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Drink Amount RDA Scott Amount RDA

Fat 2g 0.5 g
Cholesterol 30 mg
Sodium 150 mg 108 mg
Potassium 147 mg 68 mg
Total Carbohydrate 39 g 38 g
Dietary Fiber <1g 2.5 g
Sugars 36 g 36 g
Protein 10 g 10.4 g
Vitamin A 60%
Vitamin C 750% 105 %
Vitamin E 500% 2233 %
Thiamine 30% 10.8 %
Riboflavin 30%
Niacin 30%
Vitamin B6 30%
Vitamin B12 30%
Calcium 5% 18 %
Phosphorus 7% 71 %
Magnesium 60% 4%
L-Arginine 700 mg 780 mg
L-Glutamine 500 mg 1574 mg
Creatine (as creatine monohydrate) 500 mg

350 ml apple juice
12 g 90% soya powder

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From Shortfall
Soya powder

Soya powder

Apple juice
Soya powder
60 %
Apple juice 645 %
Vitamin E capsule
Soya powder

Soya 15 % AJ 3 %
Soya 68 % AJ 3 %
Apple juice 56 %
Soya powder
Soya powder
500 mg

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What's the difference between Glutamine, L-glutamine, Glutamic Acid, and Glutamine Peptides?

Glutamine is the amino acid in its free-form, which means it's in its whole food state, whenever y
eat foods such as almonds and peanuts your ingesting glutamine amino acids. L-Glutamine is
basically the same thing. Its glutamine in its free-form (whole food). The majority of supplement
companies sell L-glutamine and tout it as the best form, which it is not.

Glutamic Acid is familiar if one turns over their container of protein powder and sees "glutamic
acid". Why not glutamine instead of glutamic acid? "The reason is that the acid hydrolysis stage
the analysis converts the glutamine into glutamic acid, releasing ammonia. Thus the glutamic aci
level actually represents the combined levels of glutamine and glutamic acid." (ref). One can figu
out the amount of glutamine in the glutamic acid content fairly easy. In animal proteins such as
whey, casein, milk, and egg proteins 50% is actually glutamine. In plant proteins such as soy, 80%
is glutamine.

Glutamine Peptides in Layman's Terms

To understand the differences in glutamine Peptides and regular glutamine, one must first obtain
knowledge of exactly what are Peptides and how they are different from free form amino acids.
Peptides are amino acids broken down into their smaller more digestible form using the
hydrolyzation process. Only hydrolyzation can produce the smaller Peptides, superior to free for
amino acids and larger Peptides currently found in your whey proteins that are produced NOT us
the hydrolyzation method. The supplement companies make it sound difficult because there is a
small amount of Peptides that occur naturally, regularly commercially produced whole-protein

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