The effects of hydrogen water on the body
Speaking of hydrogen-rich water, many people will not feel strange. So how much charm does hydrogen-rich water attract us? How much does it have for our body? We will answer you right away.
A large body of biological research evidence indicates that hydrogen is the only selective antioxidant that has been identified to selectively neutralize free radicals and nitrite anions. This is the molecular basis for the treatment of hydrogen against oxidative damage. In addition, the hydrogen molecule is actively small, can rapidly penetrate and spread to the whole body, can penetrate various physiological barriers and cell membranes, enter the nucleus, and take away the malignant active oxygen that cannot be eliminated by general means. More importantly, hydrogen can be turned into water by the human body after removing active oxygen, and will not affect the normal functions of other benign reactive oxygen species and biomolecules. Oxidation is reflected in all aspects of the human body, including skin problems, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular problems, immune diseases, malignant tumors and aging. Long-term consumption of hydrogen-rich water can enhance immunity, improve skin tone, skin texture, fade spots, age spots and so on.
International authoritative tests have shown that hydrogen in hydrogen-rich water can reduce pathological symptoms such as oxidative damage, inflammatory damage, and apoptosis, and affects more than 60 common human diseases such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, cerebrovascular diseases, malignant tumors, and chronic respiratory systems. Disease, cerebrospinal trauma, dementia, diabetes, kidney disease, etc., have ideal therapeutic effects. China's Taishan Hospital has made a list of human metabolic syndrome, and the effect is very obvious. But this thing is not a medicine, it is a peculiar phenomenon. However, in Japan, hydrogen-rich water has already applied for a drug batch number, and it is planned to reduce the adverse reactions of patients during cancer chemotherapy.