Taurine is a non-protein amino acid which means that it does not build human muscle protein.
It occurs in the free state in the tissues and bloodstream, and its concentration in the body is 1/1000 body weight.
As for non-protein amino acids, it is very much - hence the tremendous role of taurine in regulating many of the body's functions.
This substance. It improves fat metabolism, protects against the development of diabetes, lowers blood pressure,
improves heart function, protects the liver and provides good vision.
Taurine has another very important feature that has made it popular among athletes, it stops the processes of catabolism in the muscles and intensifies anabolism. This makes it easier for people to build muscle tissue and regenerate
the body after exhausting training.
protection against muscle catabolism on training days and at night;acceleration of muscle regeneration after training;
intensification of anabolic processes;
strengthening myocardial contractility;
regulation of electrolytes in the body (primarily prevention of potassium and magnesium deficiency during exercise);
improved metabolism and faster fat loss.