Hydrogen rich water has shown to be beneficial in many way to Diabetics, from reducing blood glucose levels to improving cell-signaling, which can lend it self to better and improved circulation. Download a copy of the report here:
World Health Organization Report on the Dangers of Drinking Reverse Osmosis and De-Minerlaized Water
By Durk Pearson & Sandy Shaw
Hydrogen therapy for the prevention and treatment of a variety of diseases—particularly those associated with ROS (reactive oxygen species) and inflammation—has become a hot research subject. Many reports in peer-reviewed scientific and medical journals, including in vitro and animal studies, plus some clinical trials in humans, have already been published. Diseases that may be beneficially affected by hydrogen therapy include, to name a few, atherosclerosis, ischemia-reperfusion injury (as occurs in heart attacks and strokes), diabetes, stress-induced cognitive impairments, Parkinson’s disease (as shown in animal models), and various aspects of the metabolic syndrome (e.g., insulin sensitivity, glucose tolerance, and endothelial function).
As reported in an excellent review (1) on the “recent progress toward hydrogen medicine,” the author describes various methods being used in published animal and human studies to administer hydrogen: inhalation of hydrogen gas, oral ingestion by drinking hydrogen water, hydrogen baths (because hydrogen easily penetrates the skin and distributes throughout the body via blood flow),(1) injection of hydrogen saline, direct absorption of hydrogen (as in hydrogen containing eye drops), and INCREASED PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN BY GUT BACTERIA. Note: One reason for the use of hydrogen water and hydrogen saline is that it is possible to reliably control the dose administered to experimental animals, which is important in determining results such as dose-response relationships. In the case of gut bacteria-provided hydrogen, it is less easy to determine the hydrogen “dose,” although one way to at least partially overcome this problem is to measure the hydrogen gas excreted by the lungs.
Reference: 1. Ohta. Recent progress toward hydrogen medicine: potential of molecular hydrogen for preventive and therapeutic applications. Curr Pharm Des 17:2241-52 (2011).
Remarkable Benefits of Molecular Hydrogen
Improve cellular hydration
Reduce free radicals (main cause of aging)
Addresses systemic oxidative stress better than all other nutrients (smallest, most bioavailable antioxidant molecule, scavenges ONLY most destructive radicals, converting them to water – no toxic byproduct)
Complement other antioxidants (vitamin C, vitamin E, glutathione)
Regulate your antioxidant system (glutathione, catalase, SOD, etc.)
Alkalize and neutralize acidic terrain
Reduce exercise related lactic acid
Enhance endurance and overall physical condition
Increase mental clarity
Prevents age related decline in cognitive capacity
Essential magnesium supplementation benefits
Stimulates ATP production outside of mitochondrial electron transport chain
Neuroprotective – may lower risks of impact sports
Neurotherapeutic – promotes post-injury neuroregeneration
Stimulates energy metabolism to help prevent weight gain
Supports glucose homeostasis
Stabilize cholesterol levels
Protects against radiation damage
Extremely safe, no toxic affects
Water tastes smooth and light.
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