Taurine is a naturally occurring amino acid that plays a significant and extensive role in the human body and is particularly abundant in animal products such as meat and fish.

The amino acid taurine has been shown to have a positive effect on various physiological processes, including supporting heart health, regulating blood sugar levels and participating in neurological functions. Moreover, current research suggests that taurine has antioxidant properties that promote the repair of cell damage.

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An adequate supply of the amino acid taurine is important to maintain vital bodily functions. Before supplementation, an individualised diagnosis should be carried out by an experienced doctor in order to avoid an imbalance.

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