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Protect Yourself From Glutamate

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The best way to protect yourself against glutamate is to avoid excitotoxin additives altogether.

Exercise also reduces blood glutamate levels, mainly by increasing the use of glutamate for muscle energy production. It’s a good idea to exercise for 10 to 20 minutes after each meal.

However, you should wait for 30 minutes after eating before you begin to exercise in order to allow for proper digestion.

A number of natural substances found in plantbased diets have been shown to be very protective against excitotoxicity. These include:

• Magnesium

• Selenium

• Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal-5-phosphate)

• Mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols

• B vitamins

• Methylcobalamin

• Folate

• Flavonoids (such as curcumin, quercetin, apigenin, ferulic acid, and luteolin)

• Silymarin

• Baicalein

• Grape seed extract (anthocyanidin)

• DHA

• Vitamin D3

• Hawthorn extract

Foods and additives that increase inflammation also worsen excitotoxicity. Omega-6 oils, sugars (especially high fructose corn syrup), fluoroaluminum (fluorinated drinking water), excess caffeine, and chlorinated water all have this effect.

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Exercise also reduces blood glutamate levels, mainly by increasing the use of glutamate for muscle energy production. It’s a good idea to exercise for 10 to 20 minutes after each meal.
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