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Anti-oxidant and detox solution with protective action over DNA. It is an important component in keratin synthetisation and basic for hair loss treatments. Buy BCN Taurine 1% Online
This BCN Classics line preparation, within the range of Mesoceuticals®, is essentially a solution of taurine: an amino acid derived from cysteine, which is vital in keratin synthesis and promotes the nutrients circulation to the hair, facilitating the passage of sodium, potassium and magnesium ions into the cells.
It focuses in hair bulbs, where the hair is born, preventing its deformation, prolonging its life and stimulating its growth. Taurine, applied on the scalp, reinforces hair mass and provides shine and volume to the hair, which grows thicker, healthier and stronger.
It also reduces excessive fall. In addition, as a sulfur amino acid, it possesses strongly anti-oxidant and detoxifying properties. Applied on the skin, it acts as a revitalizing, especially on tired and aged skin, as well as on smokers skin or those exposed to contaminants.
Taurine occurs naturally in fish and meat. The mean daily intake from omnivore diets was determined to be around 58 mg (range from 9 to 372 mg) and to be low or negligible from a strict vegan diet.
In another study, taurine intake was estimated to be generally less than 200 mg/day, even in individuals eating a high-meat diet. According to a third study, taurine consumption was estimated to vary between 40 and 400 mg/day.
The availability of taurine is affected depending on how the food is prepared, raw diets retaining the most taurine, and baking or boiling resulting in the greatest taurine loss.
Taurine levels were found to be significantly lower in vegans than in a control group on a standard American diet. Plasma taurine was 78% of control values, and urinary taurine was 29%.
Prematurely born infants are believed to lack the enzymes needed to convert cystathionine to cysteine, and may, therefore, become deficient in taurine. Taurine is present in breast milk, and has been added to many infant formulas, as a measure of prudence, since the early 1980s.
However, this practice has never been rigorously studied, and as such it has yet to be proven to be necessary, or even beneficial.