Mercola: Why Molecular Hydrogen Is a Superior Antioxidant- Interview with Tyler LeBaron, Ph.D.

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Mercola video: In this interview, repeat guest Tyler LeBaron, Ph.D., reviews some of the many benefits of molecular hydrogen (H2). Perhaps most importantly, molecular hydrogen acts as a selective antioxidant, meaning it doesn’t indiscriminately suppress free radicals. Molecular hydrogen acts as a selective antioxidant, meaning it doesn’t indiscriminately suppress free radicals. It uses your body’s biological systems and feedback loops to identify where and when you’re under oxidative stress, and when found, pathways are activated and key proteins released that cause your DNA to make the antioxidants themselves. Molecular hydrogen is not intrinsically an antioxidant. Rather, it helps your body make its own endogenous antioxidants. This is what makes molecular hydrogen so unique. Molecular hydrogen has been shown to have therapeutic benefits in more than 170 different animal disease models. The reason it has such diverse benefits in so many different disease models is because all of them have excessive oxidative stress, redox dysregulation and inflammation as their root cause. By regulating the oxidative pathways, molecular hydrogen is able to address these root causes. Article link: https://bit.ly/3ZewYPv Subscribe for the latest health news: http://bit.ly/2CEBM8j Visit our website: http://bit.ly/2KhnpuS Listen to our podcasts: http://bit.ly/34XeLcW Find us on Social Media
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