Taurine, the most abundant intracellular amino acid in the human body, is produced from L-cysteine, another amino acid in your body. It functions as a regulating element in the central nervous system and assures that blood is properly sent to nervous tissues.
Taurine plays an important role in many physiological activities and has neuro- and cardioprotective properties. It regulates water and mineral salt levels in blood. Recent studies have brought to attention that Taurine provides protection against heart failure and maintains its health in persons of older age. Liver and nervous system can also benefit from the protective and antioxidative properties of Taurine. However, this amino acid lacks from many diets.
Dosage and Use
Lysine is an essential amino acid necessary for growth and to help maintain nitrogen balance in the body.
Important molecule of carbohydrate for making energy (ATP)
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