Glutamate Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (GluCEST) MRI is a noninvasive technique for mapping parenchymal glutamate in the brain. GluCEST signal is sensitive to magnetic field (B0) inhomogeneity. Corrections for B0 inhomogeneity often require repeated data acquisitions at several saturation offset frequencies, which however dramatically prolongs the total acquisition time and can cause practical issues such as increased sensitive to patient motions. Another technique challenge in GluCEST MRI is the low signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) as the signal is derived from the small z-spectrum difference. Both issues were addressed in this study with a novel deep learning-based algorithm armed with wide activation neurons.