Taurine is created in human bodies by combining Methionine and Cysteine. In nature, it is found in animal protein but not in vegetable protein. Vegetarians, therefore, are highly recommended to take Taurine as meal supplement. Taurine plays a vital role in the functioning of leucocytes, the white cells in blood that are the backbone of the immune system. It helps produce gall, so that it facilitates dissolution of cholesterol. It also contributes to maintenance of a normal level of blood sugar, as insulin does. Taurine supports nervous system health, and its shortage may cause symptoms such as epilepsy. Taurine promotes healthy visual function in association with Zinc. It protects the strength of heart muscle by helping the function of potassium and calcium. Accordingly, Taurine may be useful in reducing atherosclerosis, edema, heart diseases, high blood pressure, low blood sugar, over excitement, seizures, or slow brain functions.
For adults, take two (2) capsules one to two times daily, preferably with meals.
Not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women. If you are taking any medications, consult your doctor before use.