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We’ve all seen the ads: Red Bull “gives you wings.” Sports supplements will keep you strong. These products point to the amino acid taurine as an essential ingredient – and the reason for those claims. At first glance, the promises make sense. After all, taurine gets its name from the Latin word for “bull.” Take in enough of this nutrient and you’ll be able to work – and work out – faster, stronger, and harder. Right? Well, not exactly. While some research does suggest such results from products that contain taurine, there’s no good evidence that the amino acid is […]
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