- Taurine powder.
- 100% RAW.
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
- No additives.
- Neutral flavour.
With purity analysis by an independent laboratory with DANAK certification.
What is L-Taurine Powder?
L-Taurine powder by RawSeries is a vegan food supplement in powder form, based on L-taurine.
L-Taurine is a sulphonic amino acid, the 2-amino derivative of ethanesulphonic acid. It is a naturally occurring amino acid derived from the metabolism of methionine and cysteine. It is an abundant component of meat and fish, and is used as a food supplement (ChEBI, 2018).
This is a food supplement suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Why buy L-Taurine in HSN?
However, if you prefer the capsule format, L-taurine 500mg by EssentialSeries.
Combine with everything!
L-taurine is a classic component of pre-workouts, and makes a great combo with:
Prepare your homemade pre-workout formula with our RawSeries supplements!
The L-taurine powder has been milled and sieved to the maximum particle size reduction.
- Greater particle dispersion.
- Homogeneous suspension.
- Longer suspension time, less sedimentation.
- Doesn't form lumps.
You don't even need a mixer! You can mix it in a glass with a spoon.
The product contains only 100% L-taurine, no other ingredients are included in its composition.
This food supplement is therefore suitable for vegetarians and vegans, as no animal ingredients were used in the development process.
It has a neutral taste, characteristic of L-taurine, slightly acidic, but with such a reduced intensity that it is not noticeable in combination with proteins such as Evowhey 2.0.
You can use L-taurine in your shake without worry, as it doesn't noticeably affect its taste.
With purity report
At HSN we offer you food supplements of the highest quality!
And we want you to have peace of mind, which is why L-taurine is independently tested by an external food testing laboratory accredited by the Danish Accreditation Fund.
The report determining the purity of the complement has been certified in compliance with DS/EN ISO/IEC 17025 DANAK 581.
How does Taurine taste?
Taurine has a neutral taste.
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|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 2 scoops of 0.5ml (1000mg)|
|daily dose: 6 scoops of 0.5ml (3000mg)|
|Servings per container: 150|