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The Performance Enhancing Effects of Molecular Hydrogen

In addition to its potential application for conditions ranging from treatment-resistant psoriasis to Parkinson’s disease, [1,2] the ability of this small molecule with substantial antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential to easily traverse cellular membranes and biological barriers make it potentially applicable as a therapy not only for nearly every human disease condition but also as a performance enhancing tool. [3] Studies suggest hydrogen (H2) may offer benefits in the realm of

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Hydrogen Supports Healing of Metabolic Disease and its Consequences

Molecular hydrogen is a novel tool that also may be useful in the fight against metabolic disease and its consequences, each of which continue to increase in incidence. Type 2 diabetes (T2DM), a condition that was estimated to affect 120 million people worldwide in 2000, [1] has quadrupled in global incidence over the last three decades. [2] Diabetes is often accompanied by non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), where excess triglycerides

Hydrogen as a Tool in the Fight to Reduce Cancer Treatment Side Effects

Clinical studies suggest hydrogen may improve side effects of radiation and chemotherapy as clinicians work to reduce cancer treatment side effects. One area in which all medical providers exercise a great level of caution with dietary supplement use is in individuals undergoing treatment for malignancy. As both radiation and chemotherapy are therapeutic in the setting of cancer because of the damage and cellular death that they are intended to impart

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Hydrogen: An Intriguing Agent to Address Autoimmunity

With its well-documented action as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, it is not surprising that hydrogen (H2) has been studied as treatment for autoimmunity and related diseases. The power of H2 as an antioxidant is somewhat more prominent in a highly stressed state,[1,2] which commonly exists in diseases of autoimmunity.[3] In addition to reducing the highly damaging hydroxyl radical (•OH) and peroxynitrite (ONOO-),[4] numerous studies have shown that H2 reduces overproduction

Hydrogen as a Novel Neuroprotectant

Hydrogen as a Novel Neuroprotectant

Because of its unique properties, one of the settings in which hydrogen (H2) has been extensively researched is central nervous system (CNS) disease. Due to its small size and neutral charge, it easily passes through the blood-brain barrier and into all cellular compartments including the nucleus. [1,2] The landmark 2007 Nature Medicine publication was one of the first to establish its CNS benefits, and showed that the inhalation of H2

Hydrogen as a Therapeutic Gas

Hydrogen as a Therapeutic Gas: The Science Behind the Bubble

Hydrogen may simultaneously be one of the most basic and broadly applicable therapies that exists. Having one proton and one electron, hydrogen is the simplest element—if assessed only by these characteristics. Much like the halogens (substances like fluorine, iodine, and bromine), hydrogen naturally forms a bond with another hydrogen atom in order to fill its outer electron shell, resulting in a diatomic, neutral, stable molecule of hydrogen—which we write scientifically

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The Performance Enhancing Effects of Molecular Hydrogen

In addition to its potential application for conditions ranging from treatment-resistant psoriasis to Parkinson’s disease, [1,2] the ability of this small molecule with substantial antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential to easily traverse cellular membranes and biological barriers make it potentially applicable as a therapy not only for nearly every human disease

Hydrogen Supports Healing of Metabolic Disease and its Consequences

Molecular hydrogen is a novel tool that also may be useful in the fight against metabolic disease and its consequences, each of which continue to increase in incidence. Type 2 diabetes (T2DM), a condition that was estimated to affect 120 million people worldwide in 2000, [1] has quadrupled in global

Hydrogen as a Tool in the Fight to Reduce Cancer Treatment Side Effects

Clinical studies suggest hydrogen may improve side effects of radiation and chemotherapy as clinicians work to reduce cancer treatment side effects. One area in which all medical providers exercise a great level of caution with dietary supplement use is in individuals undergoing treatment for malignancy. As both radiation and chemotherapy

Hydrogen: An Intriguing Agent to Address Autoimmunity

With its well-documented action as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, it is not surprising that hydrogen (H2) has been studied as treatment for autoimmunity and related diseases. The power of H2 as an antioxidant is somewhat more prominent in a highly stressed state,[1,2] which commonly exists in diseases of autoimmunity.[3] In

Hydrogen as a Novel Neuroprotectant

Because of its unique properties, one of the settings in which hydrogen (H2) has been extensively researched is central nervous system (CNS) disease. Due to its small size and neutral charge, it easily passes through the blood-brain barrier and into all cellular compartments including the nucleus. [1,2] The landmark 2007

Hydrogen as a Therapeutic Gas: The Science Behind the Bubble

Hydrogen may simultaneously be one of the most basic and broadly applicable therapies that exists. Having one proton and one electron, hydrogen is the simplest element—if assessed only by these characteristics. Much like the halogens (substances like fluorine, iodine, and bromine), hydrogen naturally forms a bond with another hydrogen atom