Science Behind Molecular Hydrogen
Hydrogen water is becoming more and more popular amongst consumers, from people with chronic illnesses, to athletes, and to people who strive for a healthier lifestyle. Before you start think about consuming hydrogen, let's first talk about what this popular molecule is.
Hydrogen is the smallest yet most abundant element on Earth and is produced by one proton and one electron. Alongside of being one of four elements with carbon, oxygen and nitrogen, these elements are known to be in every living organism. Molecular hydrogen (H2), the main component in hydrogen water, is an odorless, non-toxic gas found in the air in minimal amounts. It is produced of two hydrogen atoms that's joined together and may act as an antioxidant as well as help protect cell from oxidative, stress-induced problems.
How to Consume Molecular Hydrogen
You can intake hydrogen by inhaling it or infusing it into water. To get the most out of hydrogen-rich water, it's best to drink your hydrogen water within a 30 minutes of opening it. This is due to hydrogen gas being easily released back into the air.
To Wrap Things Up
Molecular hydrogen is seen to have many benefits, which we'll be covering more of in the future. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter as we'll be releasing "The Top 5 Benefits of Hydrogen Water" very soon. In the meantime, check out the HDRO Bottle 2.0 and get 10% off now!
**Although many of our customers have reaped the benefits of hydrogen-rich water, we do not guarantee any specific results. Your results may vary.
I would like to hear some elaboration as to the difference between calling hydrogen vs. Molecular hydrogen. How does it become available, is it through electrolysis?