|Posted on Thursday, January 17, 2008 - 9:10 am: || |
I found this site when looking for infomation on the glutamate content of pecans. It doesn't list pecans, but somewhere else I read that they are about half that of peanuts.
Click on the food item you want, then scroll to the bottom and there will be a link for "in-depth" nutritional info. Almost to the bottom of that page will be the glutamate content.
I'm not sure what is considered high, but if peanuts are supposed to be high (at 1.95g), then why would I not tolerate those as opposed to chicken, which is 4.99g? On the other hand, maybe I'm NOT tolerating chicken.
|Posted on Thursday, January 17, 2008 - 9:25 am: || |
Oh, maybe it's a serving size issue. So, if I have a piece of chicken (4.99g/4oz), I shouldn't have it with, say, black beans (2.32g/cup)... ??