Taurine is required for mental health, optimum muscle growth and energy metabolism
Taurine is a conditionally essential amino acid which can be derived from the diet or synthesized in the brain and liver. As the second most abundant free amino acid in the body’s plasma, it is also found in the skeletal and health muscles. Taurine has many biological roles in the body including the development of lean muscle tissue, protection of the body’s cells from free radical damage and optimum muscle function.
Taurine is suggested to play a role in the adaptation of muscle fibres to various forms of training. Research has found that it plays an important role in muscle recovery which is critical for athletes completing high volumes of training.
Research also suggests that Taurine may be effective for reducing some of the risk factors of cardiovascular disease. In addition, it has demonstrated positive effects for reducing unhealthy cholesterol and blood pressure which are two of the main risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
|Ingredient||Amount Per Serving|
|Taurine||2 g († EU RDA)|
No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Suitable for Vegetarians.
Take 1-2 g of taurine daily in water or fruit juice.