Research done on Hydrogen Alkaline Water
Brief Summary on the research….
Nakao, A., Toyoda, Y., Sharma, P., Evans, M., & Guthrie, N. (2010). Effectiveness of Hydrogen Rich Water on Antioxidant Status of Subjects with Potential Metabolic Syndrome-An Open Label Pilot Study. Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, 46(2), 140-149.
This study looked at the effects of drinking hydrogen-rich water on people with a condition called metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome can cause health problems like obesity, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. The researchers gave 20 people hydrogen-rich water to drink every day for 8 weeks. They found that the people who drank the hydrogen-rich water had more of a substance in their bodies that helps protect against damage from harmful substances called free radicals. They also had lower levels of another substance in their urine that can be harmful. Drinking hydrogen-rich water might be a new way to help prevent and treat metabolic syndrome.
Song, G., Li, M., Sang, H., Zhang, L., Li, X., Yao, S., & Yu, Y. (2019). Hydrogen-rich water decreases serum LDL-cholesterol levels and improves HDL function in patients with potential metabolic syndrome. Journal of Lipid Research, 60(5), 1002-1010.
Scientists did a study to see if drinking water with extra hydrogen in it could help people with a condition called metabolic syndrome. They found that people who drank this special water for 10 weeks had lower levels of bad cholesterol and also had better functioning healthy cholesterol. This special water also helped protect cells from damage caused by harmful molecules in the body. The scientists think that drinking this special water could be good for people with metabolic syndrome.
Tyler W LeBaron,1,2 Ram B Singh,3 Ghizal Fatima,4 Kumar Kartikey,3 Jagdish P Sharma,3 Sergej M Ostojic,5,6 Anna Gvozdjakova,7 Branislav Kura,2 Mami Noda,8 Viliam Mojto,9 Mohammad Arif Niaz,10 and Jan Slezak1
The Effects of 24-Week, High-Concentration Hydrogen-Rich Water on Body Composition, Blood Lipid Profiles and Inflammation Biomarkers in Men and Women with Metabolic Syndrome: A Randomized Controlled Trial
This study looked at a group of people with a condition called metabolic syndrome, which can lead to heart disease and other health problems. The researchers wanted to see if drinking water with a lot of hydrogen in it (called H2-rich water or HRW) could help. They gave some people HRW and others regular water for 24 weeks and then looked at their blood tests. The people who drank HRW had lower cholesterol and glucose levels and less inflammation in their bodies. They also tended to have a lower body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio, which means they might have lost some weight. This study shows that drinking water with extra hydrogen might help people with metabolic syndrome.