What is HS Labs Taurine Powder?
HS Labs Taurine Powder provides pure taurine - a non-proteinogenic amino acid that has a long history of use for both physical and cognitive performance enhancement.
Benefits of Taurine
Taurine, in contrast to most of the amino acids in protein-rich foods we consume, is not regularly found in the diet. Nevertheless, taurine is a beneficial amino acid and has become quite a popular supplement - especially for enhancing energy and cognitive function.
Research shows that supplementing with L-taurine prior to exercise can drastically increase max workload capacity during training. While the mechanisms that govern these benefits are not yet well-understood, it appears that taurine helps reduce exercise-induced oxidative stress in muscle tissue.
Moreover, taurine has antioxidant properties in the brain which is beneficial for inhibiting neurodegenerative processes.
As such, taurine is a great complement to most any preworkout supplements for added synergy.
While Taurine is not necessary for protein synthesis and maintaining a positive nitrogen balance, it pairs well with HS Labs BCAAs before, during, and/or after training for enhanced recovery.
Thus, supplementing with HS Labs Taurine Powder can help:
● Promote motivation and focus
● Boost stamina and strength
● Enhance mental acuity
● Increase energy
● Support recovery during and after exercise
What Makes HS Labs Taurine the Best?
HS Labs Taurine Powder contains 300 g of 100% pure, unflavored taurine made in a GMP-certified facility. For maximum results, we suggest taking 3000 mg of taurine about 20-30 minutes prior to exercise. Our high-quality taurine powder is free from added fillers, artificial sweeteners, and preservatives.
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2. Oja, S. S., & Saransaari, P. (1996). Taurine as osmoregulator and neuromodulator in the brain. Metabolic brain disease, 11(2), 153-164.