Cultivating our Own HEALING POTENTIAL with Hydrogen Water
Hydrogen is considered the ULTIMATE antioxidant. It is a powerful cell signaling molecule with potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Hydrogen is so small, that it is able to diffuse freely across membranes, making its way into our cells. Therefore, hydrogen is also able to cross the blood-brain barrier which is important because it’s the inside of the cell where hydrogen performs its magic.
Another fascinating property of hydrogen, is that it is a selective antioxidant, meaning that it will only target harmful free radicals.
Since the publication of the first Hydrogen (H₂) paper in Nature Medicine in 2007, the biological effects of H₂ have been confirmed by the publication  of more than 38 diseases, physiological states and clinical tests in leading biological/medical journals, and several groups have started clinical examinations.
Additionally, H₂ shows not only effects against oxidative stress, but also various anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects.
H₂ is comparable to a skeleton key that unlocks your body’s master systems to maintain homeostasis and promote healthy immune function.
Molecular hydrogen fights free radicals in our body and protects our cells from the effects of oxidative stress (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4704061/)
In an eight-week study in 49 people receiving radiation therapy for liver cancer, half the participants were instructed to drink 1,500 – 2,000 ml of hydrogen-enriched water per day.
At the end of the trial, those who consumed the hydrogen water experienced decreased levels of hydroperoxide — a marker of oxidative stress — and maintained greater antioxidant activity after radiation treatment than the control group (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3231938/).
H₂ has marked therapeutic and preventive effects on many diseases such as cancer , sepsis , cardiovascular disease , brain and neurological disorders , diabetes , and metabolic syndrome .
Free Radical Damage:
- Free radicals weaken the resistance of cells, making the body more susceptible to bacteria and germs.
- Produce chemical substances that damage cells and may form carcinogenic substances.
- Inhibits the normal development of cells and interfere with their recovery function.
- Destroys DNA tissue in the body, disrupting the operation and regeneration of cells.
- Destroys the mitochondria (energy storage body) in the cell, causing oxidative fatigue.
- Damage cell membranes and interfere with cell metabolism.
- Destroys proteins and enzymes in the body, leading to inflammation and pre-mature ageing.
- Causes lipid peroxidation, resulting in atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease.
Protect & Shield Hydrogen Water Maker Features:
- Produces hydrogen-rich water: The Standard Hydrogen Water option provides 800PPB, and the Higher Hydrogen Water option provides 1300PPB.
- Self-cleaning function
- Multicolour LED display
- Produces alkaline water: pH values of between 7.35 - 8.5
- Magnetized Water option
- Rich trace elements: potassium, calcium, magnesium, and zinc
- Produces small molecule water: small molecule group 55.39 Hz
- Cup body material: ABS, BPA-FREE
- Titanium platinum electrolytic electrode, ensures efficient electrolysis and a long-life span
- Low voltage power supply, low power consumption.
- DC 24V power supply
- Consumption 15W
- Capacity 1600ml
- Weight: 2.7kg
- Size: 210 x 182 x 336 mm
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- Zhang, X.; Liu, J.; Jin, K.; Xu, H.; Wang, C.; Zhang, Z. Subcutaneous injection of hydrogen gas is a novel effective treatment for type 2 diabetes. J. Diabetes Investig. 2018, 9, 83–90. [CrossRef] [PubMed].
- Nakao, A.; Toyoda, Y.; Sharma, P.; Evans, M.; Guthrie, N. E_ectiveness of hydrogen rich water on antioxidant status of subjects with potential metabolic syndrome: An open label pilot study. J. Clin. Biochem. Nutr. 2010, 46, 140–149. [CrossRef].