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Where do you get taurine from?

Answer:

Taurine is found mostly in meat and fish. Except for infants, the human body is able to make taurine from cysteine-another amino acid. Taurine has also been used in connection with congestive heart failure, cystic fibrosis, and iron-deficiency anemia


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