What is taurine?
The substance was first extracted from ox bile in 1824 and was therefore given the name taurine, derived from the Greek tauros (= bull). Taurine is an aminoethanesulfonic acid and is involved in a large number of metabolic processes in the body. Humans need it for the formation of the bile acids taurocholic acid and taurochenodeoxycolic acid, two important auxiliaries in fat digestion.
Areas of application / sports groups:
- Ideally suited for strength, performance and endurance athletes.
Take 1 - 3 capsules a day, preferably on an empty stomach with water or fruit juice.
The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Do not use as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of reach of small children. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle should be ensured.
Note for allergy sufferers:
May contain traces of gluten, lactose, soy and egg protein.
||per 100 g
||per serving (3 capsules)
||318 kcal / 1372 kJ
||10 kcal / 43.3 kJ
|- of which total Fatty acids