What You Need To Know About Hydrogen
Hydrogen is the first and the smallest element in the periodic table of elements.
When two hydrogens are put together, they become H2 - the hydrogen molecule.
Hydrogen is one of the essential elements in forming water and organic compounds for life, and an extraordinary natural antioxidant.
Because of its small molecular weight and size, it can be rapidly absorbed by body.
Over 500 peer-reviewed articles demonstrate hydrogen to have therapeutic potential in essentially every organ of the human body.
Hydrogen molecules neutralize harmful free radicals and turn them into H2O (water), which is then eliminated from human body.
What is more, hydrogen reduces inflammation, boosts energy, and slows the aging process.
Health & Beauty Benefits
Dr. Shigeo Ohta PHD.,( Nippon Medical School) came across hydrogen in 2005,
while searching for an ideal anti-oxidant that lacks adverse effects.
In 2007, he publiced the first paper in Nature Medicine, introducing the health benefits of hydrogen water.
Watch the interview with Dr. Shigeo Ohta to learn more about hydrogen and its health & beauty benefits.
Molecular hydrogen – a candidate for preventing Alzheimer & dementia
Oxidative stress is one of the main causes of Alzheimer and other neurodegenerative diseases. A large number of studies suggest that H2 acts as a powerful antioxidant and has shown great anti-oxidative stress and anti-inflammatory effect.
The role of hydrogen in Alzheimer’s disease
Drinking Hydrogen Water Ameliorated Cognitive Impairment in Senescence-Accelerated Mice
H2 as an Emerging Candidate for Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease
Molecular hydrogen as a preventive and therapeutic medical gas
Over 1000 scientific articles suggest that H2 has therapeutic potential in over 170 different human and animal disease models, and essentially every organ of the human body.
H2 water enhances endurance and relieves psychometric fatigue
According to a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, drinking H2 water just before some physical activity has great anti-fatigue and endurance effects.
Inhalation of hydrogen gas attenuates airway inflammation and oxidative stress in allergic asthmatic mice
Hydrogen gas inhalation improves lung function and protects established airway inflammation in the allergic asthmatic mice model which may be associated with the inhibition of oxidative stress process.