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Glutamine and Glutamate seems to increase butyrate production in the large intestinal tract

Glutamine and its counterpart glutamate seems to increase the butyrate production in the intestinal tract. Butyrates show a biting or pungeant, light sweat like smell. This strengthens the view that the tight junction sealing is dominated by metabolite pathways that present in one or the other way highly smelling chemical compounds the body is forced to absorb to counter regulate its deregulated energy metabolism in the intestinal tract .