I just read Poliquin's statement (compiled by the editors) regarding glutamine and glycogen resynthesis over at T-Nation. http://www.t-nation.com/article/most_recent/more_poliquin_top_tips I've seen other authors refer to this over at T-Nation in the past as well and I'm hear to say, I think its bullshit. I believe this is the study that they are referring too... From 1999. Here's John Berardi's argument against this study... which seems to be very strong, in my opinion. Taken from here... http://www.johnberardi.com/articles/qa/afc/afc_nov082002.htm The real kicker is that the above study that T-Nation and friends are running with has NEVER been recreated to my knowledge. Here are a couple of examples... From 2000 And this... From 2006 Why the hell are they running with information that hasn't been duplicated in 9 years? And if anyone has knowledge of research contradicting my opinion, please post it. I'm thinking that this might have something to do with Poliquin's opinion on glutamine... http://www.charlespoliquin.com/store/product.php?productid=16150&cat=0&page=1 He also sells his own fish oil, BCAA's, & BA which he conveniently seems to recommend ridiculous amounts of.