Diuretic capsules deliver effective doses of Taurine, a sulfur-containing amino. Taurine is found mainly in meat and seafood. Vegetarians and non-meat/fish eaters therefore may not be meeting their requirements for taurine. Scientists are unsure whether humans make enough and elevated levels of homocysteine often suggests the body may be having difficulty making this compound. This high-quality formula makes getting meaningful doses easy for people who do not like to swallow capsules or need higher doses of this amino acid. Taurine is also needed to make bile and taurocholic acid.
Dosage: Take 1 to 3 capsules daily or as directed by your health care practitioner.
Contraindications: Consult your health care practitioner before taking Diuretic. The ingredient L-Taurine may irritate ulcers. It not recommended for persons with active ulcers. If you are taking Diuretic with blood pressure medication, your blood pressure medication dose may need to be lowered. Monitor your blood pressure often and work with your FEM Centre health care provider.