050: 5 Ways to Help With Glutamate Sensitivity and Glutamate Dominance

If you have negative reactions to MSG, slowly cooked protein, pressure cooked protein, or fermented foods, you might have glutamate sensitivity. If you have a neurological or psychiatric condition (anxiety, sleep disorders, epilepsy are all examples), you might have glutamate dominance.

In a previous episode, I discussed the possibility that oxaloacetate supplementation could help. In this episode, I discuss five more things to try: GABA, glycine, vitamin B6, magnesium, and electrolytes (salt and potassium-rich foods).

Here is the older episode on oxaloacetate:
https://masterpass.chrismasterjohnphd.com/courses/chris-masterjohn-lite/49407-027-could-oxaloacetate-supplements-help-with-glutamate-sensitivity

If you'd like to share the public version of this episode with non-Masterpass holders, you can find it here.
050: 5 Ways to Help With Glutamate Sensitivity and Glutamate Dominance
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