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Taurine

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  • GMO-free and suitable for vegetarian diets
  • Boosted performance
  • Improved sleep and recovery
  • Protection for the heart and brain
  • Beneficial effects on the intestine
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  • 750 g
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Optimal consumption date: 11/2023
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Dosage: 6 g or 7 capsules during the day
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Description

Dosage

6 g or 7 capsules during the day. Simply take 6 g of taurine per day to multiply its level in your blood by 4 (2).

What is Taurine?

Taurine is an amino acid belonging to the family of conditionally essential amino acids.
The body's reserves of taurine are mainly found in the muscles (skeletal muscles and cardiac muscles), and an external supply of taurine is necessary to cover the needs of athletes.

What are the benefits of Taurine?

Muscle protection
One of the main targeted actions of taurine is to protect muscle cells from damage and trauma.

Boosted performance
For high-level athletes, taking one gram of taurine immediately increases endurance by 1.7%. It also increases strength and reduces muscle aches. 

Fat loss effects
A lack of taurine promotes the build-up of fat in the body; a regular dose can significantly enhance fat loss.

Improved sleep quality
Taurine acts on the GABA receptors, which inhibit nerve activity, providing a relaxing effect and allowing better sleep.

Heart and brain protection
Sulphur amino acids such as taurine are effective in reducing blood pressure and the risk of heart problems. Taurine also fights the oxidative stress and inflammation that damage brain cells.

For more details on the benefits of taurine, see the Find out more section.


Proteins contribute to the development and maintenance of muscle mass.


Nutrimuscle Taurine

Nutrimuscle's taurine does not contain any soy, corn or rapeseed residue. Nutrimuscle taurine is not produced from GMOs.
It is manufactured without involving any GMO substance.

Composition

Ingredients of Nutrimuscle's Taurine

Taurine powder: 

  • Taurine.

Taurine capsules: 

  • Taurine
  • Beef gelatin capsule

Nutritional values of Nutrimuscle's Taurine

Nutritional values per 100 g : 

  • Protein : 0g
  • Carbohydrates : 0g
  • Fat : 0g 
  • Calories : 0 kcal

6 scoops contain 6 g of taurine

7 capsules contain 5.95 g of taurine

Nutritional composition of Nutrimuscle's Taurine

100 g1 capsule
6 g7 capsules
Proteins0 g0 g
0 g0 g
Carbohydrates
0 g0 g
0 g0 g
Fats0 g0 g0 g0 g
Calories0 kcal0 kcal
0 kcal0 kcal
Energy
0 kJ
0 kJ
0 kJ0 kJ
  • 1 g (gram) = 1000 mg (milligram)
  • 1 capsule contains 0.85 g of Taurine.
  • 7 capsules contain 5.95 g of Taurine. 

Usage tips

Who is Nutrimuscle taurine for?

Nutrimuscle taurine is for:

  • Athletes, to increase their performance; Less active people, for its beneficial effects on the heart or brain or to promote fat loss.

When should I take Nutrimuscle taurine?

There are several different ways to optimise the benefits of Nutrimuscle taurine. Your strategy should be based on 2 criteria:

  • The way taurine affects you: do you feel a boost or does it relax you? 
  • Your goals.

During the day

Divide your Nutrimuscle taurine intake into three equal parts (500 mg to 2 g per dose) to be taken at each of your three main meals. If you space out your doses by about 4 hours, you can increase your taurine levels throughout the day (3).

Before a workout

If taurine gives you strength, it is best to take your full dosage before your workout. Take 1.5 g to 6 g of Nutrimuscle taurine 30 minutes before exercise with your protein and BCAAs. The Natural Bio Booster can reinforce this pre-effort supplementation.

In the evening

If taurine relaxes you and helps you to unwind, it's obviously best to avoid it before a training session. In this case, take 1.5 g to 6 g of Nutrimuscle taurine in the evening.

Combining different strategies

You can combine several strategies; for example, by taking three doses of Nutrimuscle taurine per day, but reserving the largest dose before training or in the evening (4). This dose-splitting approach is perfect to start with, because at high doses, taurine can induce bowel issues. Therefore, start with a moderate dose (500 mg) and build up gradually.

How do I take Nutrimuscle Taurine?

We recommended taking Nutrimuscle taurine with meals or protein snacks.

Interactions with other Nutrimuscle products

Synergies between supplements
For optimal recovery, taurine can be combined with ZMB Pidolates and crystallised glycine. The Natural Bio Burner can also be used to reinforce nocturnal recovery reserves. To fight against weight gain, you can use Nutrimuscle taurine with Fat Burner and Natural Bio Booster.

Adverse reactions between supplements
Nutrimuscle taurine should not be taken at the same time as potassium bicarbonate.

Scientific references

  • (1) Mero A. Effect of strength training session on plasma amino acid concentration following oral ingestion of arginine or taurine in men. Amino Acids. 2008 Jun;35(1):99-106.
  • (2) Ra SG. Combined effect of branched-chain amino acids and taurine supplementation on delayed onset muscle soreness and muscle damage in high-intensity eccentric exercise. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2013 Nov 6;10(1):51.
  • (3) Talnian JL. Plasma taurine kinetics during a single day of oral ingestion. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2007 39(5)suppl:S91.
  • (4) da Silva LA. Effects of taurine supplementation following eccentric exercise in young adults.Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2014 Jan;39(1):101-4.

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Purity of raw materials guaranteed

It's rare for consumers to have access to the names of the suppliers of the raw materials that go into the supplements they consume. However, this is essential to ensuring product traceability.
At Nutrimuscle, we use only the highest quality taurine, the quality of which is guaranteed by Qianjiang Yongan Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd. What matters most to us is the quality of the raw materials, your health, and the results you achieve using our nutritional supplements. This quality is essential for amino acids such as Nutrimuscle taurine, which is intended for frequent consumption (every day or even several times a day) in large quantities.

Benefits of Taurine in more detail

One of the first actions of taurine is to protect muscle cells from damage and trauma. One of these protections is offered by the strong antioxidant effects of taurine (1).

Concretely, the use of 1.5 g of taurine per day makes it possible to reduce muscle catabolism by 19% (2). Taurine also plays a direct role in muscle growth, particularly by helping stem cells (satellite cells) to become muscle cells (3).

Taurine is also involved in ensuring optimal muscle contraction (4-5). During muscle contraction, taurine is expelled from the muscle which promotes the elimination of this amino acid either through the urinary tract or by its transformation into glucose (6-7-8). Thus, after 5 weeks of intense weight training, the blood levels of taurine drop by almost 20% (9).

Strength training therefore increases the need for taurine, and endurance training produces even greater decreases in taurine levels (9). Its elimination of muscle during exercise clearly promotes the onset of fatigue.

Performance increase

In good level athletes, taking one gram of taurine immediately increases endurance by 1.7% (10-11). Taking 1.6 g of taurine before a 90-minute exercise increases the combustion of fatty acids from adipose tissue by 16% (12). Adding 2 g of taurine to a caffeinated Energy Drink can improve the completion of an endurance course by one minute (13).

A 14-day taurine supplementation increases strength and reduces muscle soreness that results from weight training (14). Against muscle soreness, 6g of taurine can be combined with 10g of BCAAs for a more accentuated effect (15). Indeed, there is a synergy between taurine and BCAAs, their combination being more effective than taking either of the two in isolation (16).

Slimming effect

Studies show that the more overweight a person is, the lower their taurine level. The excess fat seems to cause a decrease in the activity of the enzyme responsible for the production of taurine. A vicious circle sets in, because when the concentration of taurine is reduced, fat gain is facilitated.

Daily supplementation of 3 g of taurine for 7 weeks in overweight people induces a loss of 1.3 kg more than a placebo without requiring a diet (17).

Improved sleep and recovery

The role of taurine for good sleep is scientifically recognized because of its anti-hypertensive action (18-19). Taurine acts on GABA receptors, which inhibit nerve activity, which provides a relaxing effect (20-21-22). It is also by this means that taurine protects against brain aging (23).

Taurine also reduces the secretion of norepinephrine (a stress hormone similar to adrenaline), which contributes to the de-stressing action of this amino acid (24). A beneficial interaction between taurine and glycine makes it possible to sleep better, and therefore to recover better (21-25).

Cardiovascular benefits

Sulfur amino acids like taurine are effective in lowering blood pressure and lowering the risk of heart problems (26-22). Taurine seems particularly suitable for people with excessive cholesterol levels (27).

Doses of 6 g per day have been scientifically shown to be effective against cholesterol (26).
When the heart loses its taurine, it becomes more and more difficult to contract, which favors the onset of a heart attack. If Energy Drinks combine caffeine with taurine, it is because the latter minimizes the harmful cardiovascular effects of pure caffeine on the heart, while increasing its benefits (28-29-30). On the cardiovascular level, there is a synergy between taurine, magnesium and potassium (26).

Protection of the brain against the ravages of time

Besides its protective effects on the muscles, kidneys and heart, taurine also acts as a brain protector. Its various mechanisms of action make it possible to fight against oxidative stress and inflammations that damage brain cells. However, it is these two pathological phenomena that combine to cause the neurodegeneration that affects us with age (36-37).

Animal research has made it possible to concretely measure these beneficial effects of taurine on the brain. Taurine supplementation helps, among other things, to fight the worsening of Alzheimer's disease and to slow down brain aging (38-39).

Other benefits of taurine

Since taurine helps insulin work properly, this amino acid lowers the risk of diabetes (31). In the nervous system, taurine is both a neurotransmitter and a neuroprotector (32-33). Taurine protects the retina; a taurine deficiency being quite harmful to the eyes (34). Taurine promotes the efficiency of the immune system (35).


Proteins contribute to the development and maintenance of muscle mass.


Scientific references

  • (1) Hansen SH. taurine, glutathione and bioenergetics. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2013;776:3-12.
  • (2) Militello A. Effect of taurine administration on amino acid and 3-methyl-histidine concentrations in man. Amino Acids. 1995 9(1):83.
  • (3) Miyazaki T. The role of taurine on skeletal muscle cell differentiation. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2013;776:321-8.
  • (4) Spriet LL. taurine and skeletal muscle function. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2015 Jan;18(1):96-101.
  • (5) Dutka TL. Acute effects of taurine on sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ accumulation and contractility in human type I and type II skeletal muscle fibers. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2014 Oct 1;117(7):797-805.
  • (6) Cuisinier C. Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2002 Oct;87(6):489-95.
  • (7) Cuisinier C. Changes in plasma and urinary taurine and amino acids in runners immediately and 24h after a marathon. Amino Acids. 2001;20(1):13-23.
  • (8) Ward RJ. Changes in plasma taurine levels after different endurance events. Amino Acids. 1999;16(1):71-7.
  • (9) Pitkanen H. Effects of training on the exercise-induced changes in serum amino acids and hormones. J Strength Cond Res. 2002 Aug;16(3):390-8.
  • (10) Balshaw TG. The effect of acute taurine ingestion on 3-km running performance in trained middle-distance runners. Amino Acids. 2013 Feb;44(2):555-61.
  • (11) Zhang M. Role of taurine supplementation to prevent exercise-induced oxidative stress in healthy young men. Amino Acids. 2004 Mar;26(2):203-7.
  • (12) Rutherford JA. The effect of acute taurine ingestion on endurance performance and metabolism in well-trained cyclists. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2010 Aug;20(4):322-9.
  • (13) Jester I. Effects of ingesting a taurine-enriched, caffeine containg drink on performance and haemodynamics in acyclic trained athletes. Amino Acids 1997 13(1):72
  • (14) da Silva LA. Effects of taurine supplementation following eccentric exercise in young adults. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2014 Jan;39(1):101-4.
  • (15) Ra SG. Combined effect of branched-chain amino acids and taurine supplementation on delayed onset muscle soreness and muscle damage in high-intensity eccentric exercise. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2013 Nov 6;10(1):51.
  • (16) Ra SG. Additional effects of taurine on the benefits of BCAA intake for the delayed-onset muscle soreness and muscle damage induced by high-intensity eccentric exercise. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2013;776:179-87.
  • (17) Zhang M. Beneficial effects of taurine on serum lipids in overweight or obese non-diabetic subjects. Amino Acids. 2004 Jun;26(3):267-71.
  • (18) Davies SK. Effect of sleep deprivation on the human metabolome. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Jul 22;111(29):10761-6.
  • (19) Luckose F. Effects of amino acid derivatives on physical, mental and physiological activities. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 2013 Nov 26.
  • (20) Lin FJ. Effect of taurine and caffeine on sleep-wake activity in Drosophila melanogaster. Nat Sci Sleep. 2010 Sep 24;2:221-31.
  • (21) Ochoa-de la Paz LD. Modulation of human GABA1 receptors by taurine. Neurosci Res. 2008;61:302–308.
  • (22) El Idrissi A. taurine regulation of blood pressure and vasoactivity. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2013;775:407-25.
  • (23) El Idrissi A. Neuroprotective role of taurine during aging. Amino Acids. 2013 Oct;45(4):735-50.
  • (24) Mizushima S. Effects of oral taurine supplementation on lipids and sympathetic nerve tone. Adv Exp Med Biol. 1996;403:615-22.
  • (25) Schmieden V. Agonist pharmacology of neonatal and adult glycine receptor subunits: identification of amino acid residues involved in taurine activation. EMBO J. 1992;11:2025–2032.
  • (26) Yamori Y. taurine in health and diseases: consistent evidence from experimental and epidemiological studies. Journal of Biomedical Science 2010 17(Suppl 1):S6.
  • (27) Chen W. The effect of taurine on cholesterol metabolism. Mol Nutr Food Res. 2012 May;56(5):681-90.
  • (28) Schaffer SW. Effect of taurine and potential interactions with caffeine on cardiovascular function. Amino Acids. 2014 May;46(5):1147-57.
  • (29) Peacock A. Energy drink ingredients. Contribution of caffeine and taurine to performance outcomes. Appetite. 2013 May;64:1-4.
  • (30) Giles GE. Differential cognitive effects of energy drink ingredients: caffeine, taurine, and glucose. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2012 Oct;102(4):569-77.
  • (31) Sirdah MM. Protective and therapeutic effectiveness of taurine in diabetes mellitus: A rationale for antioxidant supplementation. Diabetes Metab Syndr. 2015 January - March;9(1):55-64.
  • (32) Makarova LM. [Modern notions about the role of taurine in the central nervous system]. Eksp Klin Farmakol. 2014;77(5):38-44.
  • (33) Ye HB. Mechanisms underlying taurine protection against glutamate-induced neurotoxicity. Can J Neurol Sci. 2013 Sep;40(5):628-34.
  • (34) Froger N. taurine: the comeback of a neutraceutical in the prevention of retinal degenerations. Prog Retin Eye Res. 2014 Jul;41:44-63.
  • (35) Bachmann MF. taurine: energy drink for T cells. Eur J Immunol. 2012 Apr;42(4):819-21.
  • (36) Inam-U-Llah. Ameliorative effects of taurine against diabetes: a review. Amino Acids. 2018 Feb 28.
  • (37) Chupel MU. Exercise and taurine in inflammation, cognition, and peripheral markers of blood-brain barrier integrity in older women. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2018 Feb 23.
  • (38) Jang H. taurine Directly Binds to Oligomeric Amyloid-β and Recovers Cognitive Deficits in Alzheimer Model Mice. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2017;975:233-241.
  • (39) Tu DG. Preventive effects of taurine against d-galactose-induced cognitive dysfunction and brain damage. Food Funct. 2018 Jan 24;9(1):124-133.

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