Hydrogen is an important antioxidant that helps eliminate free radicals to reduce oxidative stress, which is the cause of most diseases and premature aging.
When we breathe or when in contact with air, oxygen performs a secondary and damaging function, which is oxidation. These oxygen molecules that age us are called "free radicals", and to counteract them, we transform the tap water into hydrogenated water.
Hydrogenated water is completely recommended for people of any age and no matter how much you drink, you can never reach overdose levels, because excess hydrogen evaporates.
Free radicals are atoms or groups of atoms with an odd (loose) number of electrons.
Free radicals are very unstable and react quickly with other compounds trying to capture the necessary electron to gain stability.
Free radicals attack the nearest stable molecule by "stealing" its electron. When the "attacked" molecule loses its electron, it becomes a free radical in itself by starting a chain reaction.
The oxygen absorbed during the breathing process is used in the process of energy production and 2 ~ 5% inactive oxygen is inevitably generated.
Hydrogen (H2) molecules protect cells from oxidative damage by neutralizing free radicals. H2 removes the most damaging free radicals (hydroxyl radical) among the active oxygen, converting it to water according to the reaction:
"It is not an exaggeration to say that the impact of hydrogen on preventive and therapeutic medicine could be significant in the future."