Women's Heart Advisor July 2012 Issue

Getting to Know Taurine

Amino acid found in meat and seafood

Its name may not be well known, but the amino acid taurine is gaining popularity due the protection it may offer against coronary heart disease (CHD). And a recent study found that women may benefit even more so from adding it to their diet.

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