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Why men should take taurine before getting a dental x-ray
We are exposed to harmful, ionizing radiation all the time. But exposure is a serious risk.
Apart from a nuclear disaster, the most likely chance of exposure to high amounts of radiation comes from x-rays and radiotherapy.
If someone has decided to take one of these treatments, is there anything that can be done to lower the risk of damage?
Recent animal experiments have shown that the supplement taurine can protect the brain from ionizing radiation found in radiotherapy.
These animal experiments were carried out at the National Centre for Radiation Research and Technology, Cairo, Egypt. The results were published in the Journal of Hazardous Materials.
Taurine is an amino acid found in protein. Sea scallops are one of the best sources of taurine in the diet.
Taurine is a protective nutrient. It can help detoxify the body and is known to lower blood pressure.
Some of taurine’s mechanisms made these researchers curious about its effect regarding ionizing radiation.
The brain is one of the parts of the body that is most affected by ionizing radiation.
“The brain is vulnerable to the deleterious effects of ionizing radiation.”
Taurine is a prime candidate in the search for a substance that can protect the brain from ionizing radiation.
“Scientists are interested in identifying novel compounds to protect against radiation induced brain injury.”
The researchers took 90 rats and split them into 5 groups of 18.
Group 1 served as a control group for comparison.
Group 2 received supplemental taurine.
Group 3 was exposed to ionizing radiation.
Group 4 received taurine before exposure to radiation.
Group 5 received taurine after radiation exposure.
The researchers examined 6 of the rats from each group at weekly intervals.
“Six rats from each group were sacrificed after 1, 2 or 3 weeks.”
They inspected the rats for levels of harmful inflammatory markers.
Ionizing radiation increased inflammation in animals exposed to radiation compared to the control group.
“Throughout the three weeks there were significant increases in MDA, No, and TNF-a in the irradiated group compared to the control group..”
These markers of inflammation show how radiation is damaging the animals.
The brains of the rats showed multiple types of damage after radiation.
“Cerebral cortex of irradiated rats showed vacuolization and nuclear pyknosis in the neuronal cells and focal gliosis.”
Taurine decreased markers of inflammation and brain damage in the animals exposed to radiation.
“Taurine significantly ameliorated all these effects.”
Taurine was beneficial when delivered before radiation.
Taurine was also beneficial when delivered after radiation.
However, the effects of before or after dosing were not identical.
The results show that for most benefit, taurine should be taken before and after exposure to gamma radiation.
Taurine supplementation shows protective effects against gamma radiation.
“Taurine had antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-apoptotic effects and ameliorated the pathological changes in the brain in a time-dependent mode.”
The type of radiation used in this study is similar to that used in radiotherapy for cancer.
The ionizing rays have similar effects to x-rays. They are also close in wavelength to x-rays.
Taurine may also prevent some of the damage caused by x-rays and CAT scans.
The researchers recommended that taurine be further investigated for its protective effect against radiation damage.
“Taurine deserves further investigation as a possible effective cyto-protectant against the potential damage caused by radiation.”
Taurine is found in a number of animal foods. It has become a common ingredient in some energy drinks.
Taurine is also available in most countries as an over-the-counter supplement.
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner by treating and diagnosing health-related problems.
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