Chemical Composition

One molecule of water contains two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Thus, water is commonly referred to as "H2O".

Hydrogen water is infused with additional hydrogen molecules, which are not bonded with oxygen. These free hydrogen molecules act as powerful antioxidants in the human body.  

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How it Works

Our bodies produce free radicals as waste products, and this process increases during injury and with aging. These free radicals react with healthy cells resulting in cellular damage over time. This yields numerous side effects, and can cause disease and even accelerate aging. 

 

 

Antioxidants like hydrogen molecules bind with free radicals, rendering them safe for the human body. Studies have shown hydrogen water improves symptoms for various diseases and even reduces some signs of aging.  
Click here for a list of studies showing potential benefits of hydrogen water

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Hydrogen Water Compared to Other Drinks

The effectiveness of an antioxidant is measured by a scaled known as Oxygen Reduction Potential, or ORP. ORP is measured in millivolts (mv).  A highly negative ORP means the liquid is able to 'donate' more electrons to diffuse free radicals. Simply put, drinks with a Highly Negative ORP are more effective antioxidants

Soft drinks have a highly positive ORP, and fall at the worst end of the scale.  Tap water isn't much better, with an ORP of positive 300. Green tea is popular as a strong antioxidant, and is drunk by health enthusiasts worldwide for its antioxidant properties. Green Tea has an ORP measure of negative 100.

In comparison, hydrogen water has an amazing ORP of negative 500, which is nearly off the charts when compared to other drinks. 

 

 

 

 

 

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