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Taurine Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings - WebMD

10/19/2014
04:04 | Author: Emily Peterson

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Taurine Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings - WebMD

Find patient medical information for taurine on WebMD including its uses, effectiveness, side effects and safety, interactions, user ratings and products that have.

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What Are Taurine Side Effects? (with pictures)

8/18/2014
02:32 | Author: Alex Watson

Taurine side effects
What Are Taurine Side Effects? (with pictures)

The most common taurine side effects are interactions with medications, thinning of the blood, and interactions with caffeine.

Doctors understand how this amino acid works in the body and, therefore, have a sense of what could go wrong if levels are off. Even so, much more research is needed before they can conclusively say when or how often taurine side effects might show up. They don’t have proof that it will have negative effects on unborn children or babies, but just to be safe, they recommend that those who are pregnant or nursing avoid it.

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Taurine in energy drinks What is it? - Mayo Clinic

6/17/2014
12:52 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

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Taurine in energy drinks What is it? - Mayo Clinic

Any excess taurine is simply excreted by the kidneys. Moderation is important, however. Little is known about the effects of heavy or long-term taurine use.

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It's also important to remember that there may be high amounts of other ingredients in energy drinks, such as high amounts of caffeine or sugar. Too much caffeine can increase your heart rate and blood pressure, interrupt your sleep, and cause nervousness and irritability. And added sugar may provide unwanted added calories.

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Taurine - Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects

4/16/2014
02:56 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Taurine side effects
Taurine - Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects

Taurine is not bull urine, it is an amino acid with a sulfur in it. It is found in foods, in highest amounts in meats, and is a heart and blood healthy.

No significant influence on heart rate following Taurine supplementation.

200mg/kg taurine (but not 100mg/kg) given to mice 60 minutes before anxiety tests was able to reduce anxiety to a degree greater than the reference drug thiopental (25mg/kg) but lesser than midozolam (1.2mg/kg). This anxiolytic effect was mediated by interactions with glycine receptors as they were abolished by antagonists of this receptor. 3.7. Depression.

In cats and monkeys (known to be reliant on dietary taurine due to low endogenous synthesis), a deficiency of dietary taurine can result in significantly reduced taurine concentrations in the retina (up to a 50% reduction) associated with retinal degeneration and impaired vision, similar symptoms being shown in rats (adequate synthesis in the liver) treated with guanidinoethane sulfonate (transportation antagonist to taurine in the retina ) which has also resulted in retinal degeneration.

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The Dangers of Taurine in Energy Drinks - Global Healing Center

2/15/2014
04:20 | Author: Alex Watson

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The Dangers of Taurine in Energy Drinks - Global Healing Center

Taurine Side Effects. Studies have implicated synthetic taurine in illnesses ranging from high blood pressure to strokes and seizures to heart.

It seems to me taurine is in energy drinks to help counter the excitotoxic insults caused by the stimulants in them. If you are going to pick on an ingredient, pick on a different one.

Hahah this article made me laugh. So much bad logic and disinformation. So much stupid and guilt by association.

What is a good source of Taurine? Thanks….I have read and read and want to get one that is the real thing and produces results. Does anyone know?

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Okay, what annoys me about this article is the condemnation of taurine, which is probably the ONLY healthy thing in the energy drinks.

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