Why is Molecular Hydrogen one of the world's most powerful antioxidants?

By: Sophia Ratilla

As we can see, Molecular Hydrogen serves a critical part in maintaining the form of our body's processes. Hydrogen can shape at specified sites and dictate all other grades of protein organization based on its unique structure. 

Molecular Hydrogen (H2) is a naturally occurring molecule made up of two hydrogen atoms. Because it is made up of only two atoms, molecular hydrogen is the smallest molecule in the universe. Because H2 is the smallest molecule, it may permeate throughout the human body's cells and tissues.

Without them, the tertiary structure should be altered, implying that the protein would be unable to connect and interact with the molecules it desires, resulting in a dysfunctional protein. 

Molecular hydrogen bonds are similar to match sticks in that you can easily shatter one, but when ten of them are together, they become tougher and even stronger; and without working proteins, we would not be living!

What exactly is Molecular Hydrogen?

Molecular Hydrogen is just hydrogen gas that has been dissolved or bubbled in water. When the reaction occurs, you are left with a mechanism to combat the damaging free radicals in your body. The miniscule size of molecular hydrogen (the smallest element on the periodic table) is what gives it so much power. Hydrogen molecules can pass through cell membranes that bigger ones cannot.

Understanding the Fundamental Effects

Molecular hydrogen from Biohackn is a selective antioxidant.

Molecular hydrogen appears to be an antioxidant that is selective. Peroxynitrite, a potent oxidant, appears to be reduced by molecular hydrogen (ONOO-). This means that Molecular Hydrogen may be able to safeguard our DNA/RNA and proteins from harm (oxidative stress).

Importantly, it does so without disrupting cellular homeostasis; H2 does not neutralize beneficial free radicals (NO, H2O2, etc.) that the body need to operate correctly.

The activator of Nrf2 is molecular hydrogen.

Molecular hydrogen appears to boost the generation of endogenous antioxidants via the Nrf2 Pathway, which means it modulates the body's own antioxidant system. As a result, more protective enzymes (antioxidants) are produced, such as glutathione, catalase, and superoxide dismutase.

These antioxidants are potent and help to reduce excess ROS and oxidative stress in the body, which have been connected to almost all human illnesses.

Molecular hydrogen functions as a signaling molecule and gene regulator.

Molecular hydrogen appears to be a new signaling molecule involved in gene expression, cell modulation, and protein control. This suggests that H2 may change cellular signaling pathways, providing advantages that go well beyond its antioxidant activity. 

Molecular hydrogen has been shown in studies to influence inflammatory cytokines, hormones, proteins, and many other things. Because of these characteristics, molecular hydrogen has the potential to be anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, and anti-cell death.

According to research, Biohackn's Molecular Hydrogen has the potential to demonstrate the following effects:

• Increases Antioxidants in the Body (Nrf2 activator)
• Reduces Muscle Fatigue
• Lowers Lactate Levels
• Anti-Diabetic Properties (Types 1 and 2) Type 1, Type 2,
• DNA and RNA are both protected
• Anti-Tumor Properties
• Cytotoxic Defense
• Neuroprotective
• Radiation Defense
• With no negative side effects
• Anti-Inflammatory Properties
•  The smallest and most bioavailable molecule known to man.
•  Antioxidant that is selective
•  Takes part in gene expression
• Anti-Allergic Properties
•  Anti-Cellular Death Medications
•  Anti-Aging
•  It alleviates aches and pains
•  Skin-protective
•  Cardio protective
•  Improves Metabolism

    Is Biohackn's H2 safe to contain?

    Yes! Hydrogen molecules are not only harmless, but they are also effective. Molecular hydrogen is found in nature. It's also only one atom away from being water, which is why it's so effective. Hydrogen water, for example, is just water with dissolved hydrogen gas. This is quite similar to how dissolved carbon dioxide gas is found in carbonated beverages (CO2). Various research continues to show that H2 has antioxidant advantages in the prevention of many illnesses.

    The H2 of Biohackn is:

    • Safe
    • Natural
    • Effective

      How can I begin receiving the health advantages of Biohackn's Molecular Hydrogen?

      There are several methods to encourage your body to start reaping the benefits of all that H2 has to offer.

      • Water containing Hydrogen

      Drinking hydrogen water is a great method to get your H2 fix. Hydrogen-rich water is ordinary water that includes dissolved hydrogen gas, similar to how carbonated drinks and water contain dissolved CO2 gas. Water ionizers can be used to produce hydrogen water. Bioahckn uses SPE/PEM technology which enables us to use electrolysis to create hydrogen gas from the water itself.

      Alkaline water ionizers, on the other hand, generate hydrogen gas by eating one of the hydrogen ions in water. In two separate chambers, this method will produce both hydrogen-infused alkaline water and acidic water. Without a little lemon to balance the pH levels, alkaline water isn't often particularly palatable. While this may appear to be an inconvenience, many people really like the unusually acidic water for its numerous purposes, such as a cleaning solution.

      Do you want to improve your health and lifestyle by using hydrogen products? 


      Biohackn's Molecular Hydrogen research has gone a long way since its humble beginnings and has grown immensely. There have been tremendous discoveries in molecular hydrogen research, but development must be maintained. So far, molecular hydrogen has been engaged in several extremely promising findings. 

      To be effective in clinical trials and subsequently employed in medicine, the specific mechanics of how molecular hydrogen works must be extensively known and researched. It is critical to understand how hydrogen scavenges the hydroxyl radical, how hydrogen is involved in cell signaling and activation, pathway suppression, how hydrogen interacts with other antioxidants to enhance cytoprotection, and how hydrogen might decrease inflammation. 

      The effectiveness of certain doses in various disease models, as well as the best modes of delivery, must also be identified. The future appears to be very bright and promising; hopefully, hydrogen will be at the forefront of medicine and will make significant strides as simple treatments for the most common ailments such as neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, and a variety of other diseases.