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Taurine


Taurine is not just another amino acid, but it is a favorable component required by our body to keep away the bad effects of diabetes. Being an antioxidant in nature, taurine is capable of protecting the body cells in various parts from free radicals, which are disastrous in nature. The patients suffering from type-2 diabetes are the main contenders for extracting benefits out of this amino acid.

Apart from this, taurine has another important role to play in the human body. This amino acid is capable of saving kidney cells from the damage posed by high sugar level in the blood. It is a well-known fact that kidneys are amongst the most damaged body parts due to rise in the blood sugar. However, appropriate level of taurine in the body can prevent this damage to occur. Another study reveals the fact that taurine is also helpful in preventing the transmission of diabetes from a pregnant woman to her baby. Hence, taurine is recommended in appropriate dosage to be administered to pregnant as well as lactating mothers.

As per the latest studies, the patients affected by type-2 diabetes are diagnosed to be deficient in taurine. As a result, these patients also become deficient in insulin and hence, the level of glucose in the blood certainly rises above the expected value. Replenishment of taurine is required in such situations to improve the condition by enhancing the secretion of insulin. Deficiency of taurine in body can also lead to another undesirable situation in the form of blood viscosity. In this situation, the blood thickens and ultimately leads to heart attack in diabetic patients.

The level of taurine in body can be improved by including foods rich in this protein-compound in your regular diet. Some of the recommended sources of taurine include fish and meat. Also, you can find it in eggs, brewers yeast and dairy products.

As far as US Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) value of taurine is concerned, you can include 500-1500 mg of taurine in your diet per day. You can learn about the dosage of this amino acid in case of pregnancy and lactation from the doctor.


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