Taurine is defined as; a colorless crystalline cysteine derivative that is found in nerve tissue, in bile, and in the fluids of muscle, lungs, and especially in invertebrates and is obtained as a cleavage product of taurocholic acid.
BENEFITS OF HAVING ENOUGH TAURINE
- It is an important neurotransmitter.
- Keeps bile correctly composed.
- Regulates the solubility of cholesterol.
- Protects the heart during low calcium and potassium levels in the body.
- Taurine seems to be highly present during the development of young brains, up to four times higher than what is present in an adult brain.
DEFICIENCIES OF TAURINE MAY LEAD TO
- Heart disorders.
- Physical and emotional stress.
- Metabolic disorders.
- Unhealthy balance in the liver’s bile.