✅ Improves Mental Focus
✅ Potent Energy Source
✅ Improves Body Composition
✅ Vegan And Gluten Free
✅ An abundant intracellular amino acid in skeletal muscle and similar to Creatine, it draws water in muscle cells and acts as a cell volumizer. This in turn draws additional nutrients for recovery and growth, increasing cell volume and enhancing muscle fullness. And like Creatine, Taurine is not present in whey protein, whereas all other essential and nonessential amino acids are.
✅ With intense exercise comes changes in electrolyte concentration both inside and outside of the cell, i.e. loss of muscle K+ and gain of Na+, Cl- and Ca2+. Detrimental changes in osmolarity are a consequence of membrane excitability driven by ion imbalance and cells combat this by manipulating organic osmolytes such as Taurine.
✅ Taurine regulates water and mineral salts in the blood. It maintains movement of potassium, magnesium and sodium across the cell membranes and regulates ion balance between cells. Due to its ability to regulate electrolytes, it may play a role in preventing muscle cramping.
❔ What is TAURINE?
As a non-essential amino acid, it is one of the most abundant amino acids in the body that can be found in the central nervous system, white blood cells, the brain and skeletal muscles. It can help improve exercise performance and body composition.
❔ Who can use it?
Anyone can take TAURINE from those who exercise to athletes and bodybuilders. However, it is not recommended for anyone under 18. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding.
❔ How do I take it?
Consume one serving (3 g or ¾ tsp) 30 minutes prior to meals.
❔ What are the side effects associated with it?
TAURINE is a natural supplement. It has been found to be safe even in large dosages, with very few side effects. It is safe to take and completely natural.
❔ Can I mix it with other supplements?
Absolutely! We actually suggest that you combine ALLMAX Nutrition TAURINE with protein powder. We’ve found that it works very well with ISOFLEX protein powder. Taking this after your workouts will really help to increase muscle recovery and maintain your lean muscle mass.
❔ Can I use TAURINE if I’m taking prescription medication?
TAURINE shouldn’t interfere with your prescription medications, but it’s always a good idea to consult with your doctor first before starting any supplement if you are taking any medications or prescription drugs.