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L-Glutamine Clinical Studies

Study #1

 

“A weight loss of 5.2 kg of body weight was observed from week two (pre-treatment) to week 18 (12 weeks post-treatment) in patients treated with the combined therapy of [somatropin] plus glutamine. This weight loss closely reflects the anticipated weight loss derived by calculation of the energy deficit obtained by reduction of the parenteral energy support of ~450 kcal/day (28).”

 

Palle Bekker Jeppeson, Growth Hormone, Glutamine, and Glucagon-like Peptide 2 in Short Bowel Syndrome, Nutritional Issues in Gastroenterology, November 2008, 68:37-50]

 
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