Many researchers have found that hydrogen can neutralize toxic free radicals, but has no significant effect on the physiologically functional free radicals needed by the human body. We call it "selective antioxidant", which is a theoretical explanation accepted by current hydrogen medical research. Hydrogen is the only known antioxidant that is selective for free radicals. Because it does not affect the free radicals required by the matrix to maintain life activities, there are no reports of hydrogen interfering with the normal physiological activities of the body, and there is no dosage limit for its use.
With the deepening of hydrogen research, it has been found that hydrogen has a regulating effect on multiple key signaling pathways in the body. It can be said that hydrogen is not only an anti-oxidant, but its mechanism of action may be very complicated. There is no end to scientific research. Research on the mechanism of hydrogen Still in the process of in-depth exploration.