Monday, December 4, 2023
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New Research On How Taurine Improves Performance, Health, and Testosterone

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Video Time Stamps
0:00 – Introduction
0:45 – General Health
2:16 – Testosterone Test
3:19 – Endurance Performance
6:36 – Strength Training
15:04 – Cognitive Health
24:24 – Testicular Function
27:45 – Dosage and Side Effects

Topics Covered
Taurine benefits
Taurine Sources
Taurine Side Effects
Taurine Supplement
Taurine Dosage
Taurine Health Benefits
Taurine Bodybuilding
Taurine Fat Loss
Taurine For Anxiety
Taurine For Sleep
Taurine Review


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34 thoughts on “New Research On How Taurine Improves Performance, Health, and Testosterone
  1. Going on Taurine cut my ectopic heart beats in half. Adding arginine took care of the rest. I went from ten percent of heartbeats being ectopic to 1%. This was life changing for me. I’ll be on taurine til I die.

  2. Taurine based drinks with Ginseng are super common as a focus drink for truck drivers in rural areas in Indonesia. Super nice flavours available here, super cheap, the formulation is pretty awesome, I wish they had more Royal jelly in their composition…but so affordable

  3. Hey there! I wanted to suggest that you check out the potential benefits of using nicotine as a nootropic. There are quite a few YouTube videos discussing how it may prevent brain nerve damage and enhance cognitive performance. It could be an interesting topic to explore in a future video. By the way, great job on this video as always!

  4. No mention of cardiovascular benefits? Taurine shows benefits in congestive heart failure, hypertension, ischemic heart disease, atherosclerosis and diabetic cardiomyopathy.

  5. Considering researchers have found taurine in the brain, spinal cord, heart and muscle cells, skeletal muscle tissue, and retinas. Taurine is also present in leukocytes or white blood cells, that reside in the immune system, I'd say its pretty darn important.

    Next you should go over the benefits of Vitamin D for the immune system.

  6. Let's be clear. These fats and proteins are not things that are "good" for us. They are inherent to the functions of our body and you may be short of the quantities you're supposed to have. They are literally* OEM parts of our bodies.

  7. Pertaining to building muscle: you do not want to suppress the inflammatory response post workout because this acts as a trigger for growth. Taking an anti inflammatory and/or antioxidants in and around the training window will blunt the muscle building response. You want oxidative stress post workout. It’s imperative to growth. Take the antioxidant supplements at least 4-5 hours away from training

  8. Great information I've purchased taurine capsules few months back but haven't started using it but I'll be using it soon!! I remember accidentally taking 16 mg of yohimbine hydrochloride and experiencing the worst side effects of my entire life such as anxiety,panic attack,dizziness,nausea,high pulse rate,sweating the worst possible things so after going through such ordeal I've decided never to use yohimbine hydrochloride again

  9. There’s a problem with supplementation that is rarely addressed which is that even based on this absolutely extensive information, we don’t know enough about Taurine’s effect on a single goal to prescribe it to someone. For example, you say Taurine can be beneficial to endurance athletes because it is shown to acutely increase lipolysis and reduce the ‘negative’ effects of oxidative stress. Can we prescribe taurine to an endurance athlete based on that? Some may say yes but the answer is clearly no. For one, we know that oxidative stress is a critical component in improving as an athlete, as oxidative stress is observed to act as a stimulus of sorts in stimulating the body to repair itself such that it’s stronger than before the training (stress). Messing with inflammation and oxidative stress as an endurance athlete is small-minded. Additionally, can we be 100% sure that increasing lipolysis using a medicinal intervention is a good idea? Seems like it… increasing lipolysis efficiency is pretty much the number one with a bullet goal of endurance training. However, do we know that by increasing lipolysis acutely we are bringing long-term lipolysis efficiency? One can imagine it may do the opposite and that it may be possible that actually decreasing lipolysis acutely would bring along long term lipolysis efficiency. We know enough to say that Taurine increases certain physiological parameters, but not nearly enough to prescribe it with reasonable confidence.

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