Taurine is a semi-essential amino acid, which means that the body can partially produce it, but not in sufficient amounts. After glutamine, it is the most common amino acid in human body. It is most common in skeletal muscle, heart muscle and brain. The highest concentration of taurine is in the heart. Its formation decreases with age and also under certain conditions, e.g. in stressful situations or during intense and prolonged physical exercise.
Taurine has a positive effect on the suppression of fatigue in drivers, maintaining concentration and concentration in hard work, improves mental resilience and tolerance to stress. At the same time, it improves the absorption of fats and vitamins and accelerates regeneration after strenuous training. The use of taurine improves the activity and function of the brain even in old age and has a beneficial effect on the sensitivity of cells to insulin, thus helping to move glucose from the blood to the cells.
- Taurine - a semi-essential sulfur amino acid that the body can synthesize from methionine and cysteine with the participation of vitamin B6.