What Is Taurine? Separating Myth from Reality
|What Is Taurine? Separating Myth from Reality||Darrell Miller||06/03/17|
June 03, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: What Is Taurine? Separating Myth from Reality
Taurine is is an amino acid naturally found in meats and dairy products. If a person consumes a normal balanced diet, they are probably meeting their daily taurine requirements. It is regarded as safe to consume, as long as it is used responsibly in moderation.
It does have numerous health benefits, including improved heart health, sedative effects for those afflicted with neurological disorders, lowering of cholesterol and blood pressure, combating gum disease, and improvement of athletic performance (although there seems to be some disagreement on this point).
A growing source of Taurine is in energy drinks. While usage of energy drinks has resulted in a rise in emergency room visits, the amount of taurine used within should pose no health risk and is not considered a contributing factor.
It should be noted that taurine is not completely understood at this time. Its effects on pregnant/breast-feeding women are unknown at this time, and the safe decision would be to avoid usage. It is also theorized that taurine may be detrimental to those battling bipolar disorders. Only further scientific studies will clarify the benefits/risks associated with taurine.
- There is confusion and fear surrounding the effects of taurine on the human body.
- The author attempts to dispel myths regarding taurine and its perceived ill effects.
- Taurine is an amino acid found in many common foods and is produced naturally by our bodies.
"The only amino acid with its own zodiac sign, it’s falsely been associated with the myth of coming from bull urine or bull semen, probably because its name stems from taurus, meaning bull."
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