Monosodium glutamate can be completely digested and absorbed after entering the human body, and participate in normal metabolism without deposition. Monosodium glutamate can produce glutamate in the process of human metabolism, which is one of the amino acids constituting protein. 17% of human body weight is protein, and glutamate accounts for 20% of the amino acids constituting protein. Therefore, eating monosodium glutamate can not only taste and enhance appetite, but also supplement certain nutrients to the human body. Glutamate has important physiological functions in vivo. Because it has the functions of Tonifying the brain and protecting the liver, it is often used to treat some neurological diseases (such as epilepsy and neurasthenia) and liver diseases (such as liver coma and impaired liver function).
It can treat hepatic coma, liver function damage and coma of various reasons; it has an auxiliary role in the treatment of children's mental illness, neurasthenia, epilepsy and brain hypoplasia. According to research, taking a certain amount of sodium glutamate every day can enhance memory, stabilize mood, invigorate spirit, and improve intelligence; it is suitable for diseases such as anorexia, insufficient gastric acid, and malnutrition.