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      the Vitamin Shoppe Taurine 500 MG (300 Capsules)

      • Form: Capsules

      • Strength: 500 MG

      • Serving Size: 1 CAPSULE

      • Number Of Servings: 300 Servings

      • Price Per Serving:  ($0.05 / serving)

      • Weight: 11 OZ

      • Gender: Gender Neutral

      • Life Stage (Age): Adults

      • Allergens: Corn Free, Dairy Free, Fish Free, Gluten Free, Peanut Free, Salt Free, Soy Free, Sugar Free, Tree Nut Free, Wheat Free, Yeast Free

      • Specialty Diets: Gluten Free, Sugar Free

      Product Label

        A Free Form Amino Acid

        • Cardiovascular
        • Cellular Health
        • Antioxidant

      Directions
      As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule daily, preferably in between meals.

      Warning
      Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have any medical conditions. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

    • Does not contain
      Artificial Colors or Flavors., Citrus, Corn, Dairy, Fish, Gluten, Preservatives, Salt, Soy, Sugar, Wheat, Yeast

    • Brand Information
      At the Vitamin Shoppe we are committed to meeting the highest of standards within the dietary supplement industry. our house brand supplements are regularly tested and formulated with quality and integrity that exceeds customer expectations with everyday low prices.

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      Taurine Supplement Facts

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      Supplement Facts

      Serving Size 1 CAPSULE

      Servings Per Container 300

        Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
      Vitamin B6 - (As Pyridoxine Hcl) 10 Mg 500%
      L-Taurine - (A Free Form Amino Acid) 500 Mg N/A*

      *Daily value not established

      Other Ingredients:

      Gelatin, microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.

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      the Vitamin ShoppeTaurine 500 MG - 300 Capsules
       
      3.5

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      1.0

      Misleading label

      By Rosewiz

      from Salem, OR

      About Me Avid gardener, Rarely Workout

      Verified Reviewer

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            Comments about the Vitamin Shoppe Taurine 500 MG - 300 Capsules:

            I was advised to take Taurine for heart palpitations in large quantity. After I got this home and started taking it I realized that it also has a large dose of Vit. B6 mixed in. By taking multiple capsules I was also taking large doses of B6. I bought another product elsewhere that only had Taurine. Since I got the Taurine on a BOGO half price I brought back both bottles. I expected a store credit for the opened bottle and a refund for the unopened bottle but got a store credit for both. Thanks for taking my money and holding on to it and making interest on it while I hold a piece of worthless paper until I need to buy something else in your store which is the only place I can use it (if I don't lose it).

            (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Give an option without B6

            By NIck

            from Charlotte, NC

            About Me Health Enthusiast Yogi

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              • Contains B6

              Best Uses

                Comments about the Vitamin Shoppe Taurine 500 MG - 300 Capsules:

                I'm sure the quality is fine and I like the price but I need a taurine without B6. I am very sensitive to B6 and am not looking for a redbull substitute ha. If/when you provide such an option, then I will likely buy.

                (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                supplement

                By old_broad

                from sc

                About Me Trying to stay healthy

                Pros

                • Easy To Take
                • Good Value

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Dietary Replacement

                  Comments about the Vitamin Shoppe Taurine 500 MG - 300 Capsules:

                  apparently anticonvulsants diminish Taurine levels in the body. I take the supplement to replace the Taurine.

                  (19 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Clearing the Fog

                  By T.

                  from North Myrtle Beach, SC

                  About Me Hand Crafter, Otherwise Abled, Rarely Workout

                  Pros

                  • Easy To Take
                  • Good Value
                  • Helps With Fatigue
                  • Helps With Mental Accuity

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Daily Use
                    • Recovery From Brain Fog

                    Comments about the Vitamin Shoppe Taurine 500 MG - 300 Capsules:

                    After much prompting by my brother, I took L-Taurine to assist brain function. After just a few days the "fog" began to lift and I was more able to concentrate and function. After taking for some time, I allowed myself to run out. Big mistake. Once I restocked and began taking again I almost immediately felt better. I will not run out again. I take four a day; two in the a.m. and two in the p.m. It really works.

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                    This product helps me workout and helps increase my strength.
                    Derek L on Jan 6, 2016
                    Good for heart/Brain
                    Caron R. M on Oct 19, 2015
                    I have been taking BP meds for several years. The diuretic leeched all the minerals from my system and I was put on a prescription (expensive!!) for potassium. I read about Taurine as a natural alternative, tried it, got of the prescription diuretic and potassium, and know I'm doing something good for my body.
                    Terri M on Nov 2, 2015
                    For heart and brain health
                    Rebecca H on Sep 30, 2015
                    what's the difference between Tyrosine and taurine?
                    A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Jun 25, 2013
                    Best Answer: Taurine is an amino acid good for the heart
                    Taurine is important for the normal physiological functions of the heart, brain and the retina in the eye. It is also required for reproduction and immunity.

                    Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid L-tyrosine is used to synthesize many neurotransmitters in the brain.
                    Reply · Report · Gloria L on Jun 25, 2013
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                    Does this contain soy?
                    C A N on Nov 1, 2013
                    Best Answer: (This is a good question, because the label information rules out the presence of various allergens and possible toxins, but does not mention soy.) The synthetic production of taurine seems to have nothing to do with soy; synthetic taurine is created in a laboratory by inducing of a chemical reaction.
                    Reply · Report · Suzanne H on Nov 1, 2013
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                    does taurine help with muscle cramps?
                    A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Jul 13, 2015
                    Best Answer: Considering the fundamental importance of taurine in physiology, it would be surprising if eliminating taurine deficiency did NOT have some benefit against juscle cramps. I say deficiency because US diets are almost always deficient in taurine (compared to the Okinawan diet, for example). However, much depends on the reason for the cramps. Impaired circulation due to impaired vascular endothelia can be improved by taurine. Lack of substances to produce NO (nitric oxide) might also be relevant -- arginine and citrulline can remedy that. Muscle spasms due to magnesium deficiency is another possibility. In any case, be sure to take adequate AMOUNTS of taurine -- not milligrams, but GRAMS, maybe s or 3 grams, several times per day. Likewise for arginine and citrulline, maybe 2 grams each a couple of times per day.
                    Reply · Report · F. Frank L on Jul 13, 2015
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