Taurine is a sulfur amino acid, important for the regulation of the nervous system and muscle, which appears to play a primary role in the growth and development. It is a final product of the metabolism of L-cysteine and is the main intracellular free amino acid in many human and animal tissues. The most well-known role of taurine in the human body is that of his participation in the production of bile acids, which is essential for the formation of micelles and for the absorption of fat. Taurine is also involved in pre-and postnatal development of the central nervous system and vision and carries out an antioxidant and stabilizer of membranes.
1 capsule per day to be taken with water or other beverages during the meal
Each capsule contains:
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