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Molecular Hydrogen 

Molecular Hydrogen

Free radicals are unstable atoms that seek other atoms or molecules to bond to and create a chain reaction.  You need some atoms to transfer but not too much.  Oxidative stress occurs when there are reactive oxygen and nitrogen species exceed the capability of the body to eliminate these reactive molecules (ROMs).  Excessive free radicals cause oxidative stress on carbohydrates, fats/lipids, amino acids, peptides, proteins, hormones, and DNA/RNA/nucleotides.  This leads to tissue damage, inflammation, and aging.

What is molecular hydrogen?  Hydrogen is a naturally occurring element that bonds easily with oxygen to form water, or H20.  And that’s a good thing because it is unstable oxygen in reactive oxygen species (ROMs) that are responsible for so much damage within the body.  By bonding with these unstable oxygen molecules, hydrogen neutralizes them and converts damaging free radicals into inert water.

So molecular hydrogen is essentially an antioxidant.  However, unlike many antioxidants, molecular hydrogen has a distinct advantage over all others – it can diffuse through membranes and enter the cell, mitochondria, and nucleus of cells.  This makes it more effective than most antioxidants because many free radicals target these organelles and most antioxidants cannot access these areas of the cell.  The other advantage of molecular hydrogen is that it works very rapidly.  Thus, Molecular Hydrogen is not just another antioxidant, using molecular hydrogen for health-related issues has been documented in over 1,000 scientific studies in over 170 health issues.  Studies on molecular hydrogen date back to 1798.

 

By reducing the levels of free radicals within the body, molecular hydrogen can help to reduce inflammation, slow cell aging, relieve pain, and prevent and alleviate the inflammation and symptoms of a number of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, allergies, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.

 

Molecular hydrogen can be inhaled while it is being produced or consumed in water that has had hydrogen bubbled through it.  Spraying hydrogen water on the skin has been reported to eliminate wrinkles and improve skin appearance.

  • Hydrogen is a selective antioxidant

  • Hydrogen is anti-inflammatory

  • Hydrogen reduce pain

  • Hydrogen protects muscles

  • Hydrogen speeds up injury recovery

  • Hydrogen can balance your pH

  • Hydrogen affects cell modulation and signalling

  • Hydrogen is neuroprotective

  • Hydrogen protects against metabolic disorders (obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome)

  • Hydrogen boosts your mitochondria (gives you energy)

  • Hydrogen can calm allergic reactions

  • Hydrogen protects against DNA damage

  • Hydrogen protects against cancer

  • Hydrogen protects organs

Molecular Hydrogen
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