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Seaweed: Although not as rich in taurine as animal products, certain seaweed varieties contain small amounts of this amino acid, making them a suitable option for vegans and vegetarians.

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Tuna: Tuna is a great source of taurine, with approximately 40 mg per 3-ounce serving. It's a popular choice for those looking to increase their taurine intake.

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Chicken: Chicken provides a moderate amount of taurine, around 33 mg per 3-ounce serving, making it a versatile and healthy source of this essential amino acid.

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Scallops: Scallops are a seafood option rich in taurine, with about 430 mg per 3-ounce serving, making them one of the top choices for taurine intake.

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Yogurt: Dairy products like yogurt contain taurine, although in smaller quantities compared to meat and seafood, making it a good option for those looking to diversify their taurine sources.

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Turkey: Turkey offers a reasonable amount of taurine, around 33 mg per 3-ounce serving, and is a lean protein choice that contributes to taurine intake.

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Tilapia: While not as taurine-rich as some other fish, tilapia still contains a respectable amount, with roughly 200 mg per 3-ounce serving.

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Beef: Beef is a substantial source of taurine, providing approximately 40 mg per 3-ounce serving, making it a valuable addition to a taurine-rich diet.

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Energy Drinks: Some energy drinks contain added taurine for its potential stimulating effects, but the taurine content can vary widely, and it's important to consume such drinks in moderation due to other ingredients.

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