Were you looking for information about Taurine? Tuarine is a common misspelling of taurine.
Taurine is an amino acid naturally made by the human body. It is also found in high amounts in meat and fish, and is used in dietary supplements and energy drinks. These products are claimed to be beneficial for several conditions, including congestive heart failure, hepatitis, and high blood pressure. Taurine supplementation seems to be tolerated well by most people; studies do not suggest that this amino acid causes significant side effects, especially when taken at reasonable doses.
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