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Reduces Oxidative Damage To The EyesTaurine is an amino acid from protein and is found in high levels in the retina. Taurine is thought to protect against both ultraviolet light and toxic substances.
Delivers Nutrients To The Retinal CellsTaurine is thought to nourish and defend against damage from UV light (thereby protecting against macular degeneration).
Removal Of Waste Products From The Eyes
Taurine can protect our eyes from various toxins and our vision loss also decreases along with our age. The causes of vision loss are various, such as oxidative stress in light sensory cells. Taurine also has the ability to eliminate the molecules that break the influence on its ability to protect our retina.
Protection Against Diabetes-Related DamageTaurine is depleted in diabetics, raising the question of whether its deficiency contributes to the development of diabetic retinopathy along with other complications of diabetes. It’s suspected that taurine deficiency may contribute to the development of age-related macular degeneration and so supplementing with taurine may help to protect against it.
Helps to Protect the Eyes from Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Taurine is an amino acid from protein, found in high levels in the retina, and is thought to protect against both ultraviolet light and toxic substances. Taurine Spray contains the same natural ingredient, and is therefore thought to nourish and defend against damage from UV light (thereby protecting against macular degeneration).
- Reduction Of Oxidative Damage To The Eyes
- Delivery Of Nutrients To Retinal Cells
- Removal Of Waste Products From The Eyes
- Protection Against Diabetes-Related Damage
Unlike other amino acids, taurine is not incorporated into proteins, but exists independently in tissue, most abundantly in the retina, platelets, muscles, and the nervous system. It is not considered an essential amino acid because it can be metabolized in the body from cysteine. Taurine makes up 50% of the free amino acid in the heart and is thought to strengthen it, according to Robert Abel, Jr., M.D.