Molecular Hydrogen?

Molecular hydrogen (H2) is a molecule composed of 2 hydrogen atoms (1 electron & 1 proton) bonded to one another. Hydrogen H2 is the smallest, lightest and the simplest element in the universe.

The War between our Cell

Free radicals vs Antioxidant

Your cells are constantly under attack by free-radicals. They are the by-product of energy production from your mitochondria, the engine of your cells. Free radicals may damage healthy molecules inside your cells. Antioxidants will neutralize free-radicals before they can inflict any harm to the cells!  
Based on the oxygen paradox theory, 2-4% of the oxygen that we breathe in will turn into free-radicals!


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