Whether you’re an athlete in training, a fitness-conscious individual, cancer patient, or senior citizen – or even someone looking for new answers to old health issues, Hydrogen Water offers health benefits from a boost in cellular metabolism, attacking free radicals - while working at the core of our cellular metabolic process.
Medical studies by The National Center for Biotechnology Information show us that consuming hydrogen-rich water could help:
Muscle Performance: Improvements shown in exercise-induced decline of muscle function.
Anti-Fatigue: Reduces blood lactate levels and lets you exercise harder for longer periods of time. (Read the study)
Anti-Arthritic: Decreases joint inflammation. (Read the study)
Tissue Healing: Improves wound healing and dental health. (Read the study)
Beauty & Skin Care: Increased hydrogen intake may relieve itching and redness (Read the study)
Anti-Aging: Improvements shown in: obesity, diabetes, cognitive function, and even intestinal health. (Read the study)
Cancer Patients Undergoing Radiation Treatment: Studies show an improvement in quality of life after radiation. (Read the study)
Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Diseases: Lowered oxidative stress with hydrogen working as an anti-oxidant has been shown to slow down the progression of these diseases. (Read the study)
In Japan, people are embracing hydrogen water in droves. When the Japanese word for hydrogen water – “suisosui” – is Googled, hundreds of thousands of results come up pointing to its health benefits. Now it’s time for the rest of the world to learn about this well-kept secret.
This article, “Should We All Be Drinking Hydrogen-Rich Water? ” was written by a skeptic who interviewed Atsunori Nakao, MD, PhD, a research associate professor of surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, who has conducted studies on the subject of hydrogen water.
He told the author:“I have been drinking hydrogen-rich water myself for years,” Dr. Nakao said. “It is not an overstatement to say that hydrogen’s impact on therapeutic and preventive medicine could be enormous in the future."