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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.

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  1. Increase in butyrates with defect in butyrate degrading enzymes(as in earlier posts from April 12th), wouldn't this be counter productive measure to manage sweaty stench ...

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  2. Yes exactly, it actually contributes to the odor production.

    But as always it gets more complicated: this effect seems to be based on bacterial scavenging processes, so glutamine might be fine in combination with antibiotics or equivalent supplements...but that is still under investigation and in large theoretical discussions...

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    1. Would taking probiotics with lglutamine work?

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