Why Molecular Hydrogen Is a Superior Antioxidant
While not in itself an antioxidant, it gets your DNA to help your body make its own - so you get the amount needed. It also protects different animal disease models. Discussion with Tyler LeBaron.
Molecular hydrogen acts as a selective antioxidant, meaning it doesn’t indiscriminately suppress free radicals
It uses your body's biological systems and feedback loops to identify where and when you’re under oxidative stress, and when found, pathways are activated and key proteins …