Glutamic Acid or Glutamine

Glutamic acid is found in high amounts of the human brain in the human brain. Labels often list Glutamine acid as glutamine or glutamate. Glutamic acid helps to control cravings, improve mental capacities, and improve symptoms of mental disorders (illness) such as schizophrenia and addiction.

Key Uses of Glutamic Acid
*Help for alcohol and sugar cravings

*Provides energy to the brain to improve brain function

*Prescribed for neurological and mental disorders

Food Sources: Occurs in both animal and vegetable proteins.

Warning: MSG (monosodium glutamate) is made from glutamic acid and serves as a flavor enhancer. It is hidden in processed foods and many restaurant dishes as natural flavor or coloring. MSG is a brain stimulant and should be consumed in limited amounts, especially by children.

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