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Glutamate is one of the many amino acids (building blocks of protein) found naturally in the body. Glutamate may be naturally present in some of the protein-rich foods, such as cheese, milk, meat, fish, and several different vegetables. MSG levels are high especially in foods such as tomatoes, mushrooms, and Parmesan cheese. Read more: Why Is MSG Bad For Your Health? Article

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