Molecular hydrogen has been shown to address oxidative stress by selectively scavenging and neutralising highly reactive and toxic radicals (which can result in dis-ease and infection). The beneficial effects that molecular hydrogen has in treating a wide range of stress and dis-eases is becoming increasingly well documented with an estimated 1,500+ scientific articles having been published since 2007. These studies have documented the significant beneficial effects that molecular hydrogen and oxygen has to offer, not only for animal and mammalian species associated with more than 170 different disease models, but for all living systems including plants and aquatic species.
ASSISTING ALL LIFE EVERYWHERE
Hydrogen is involved in all aspects of life – whether it is energy creation, protein creation, metabolic function or an essential ingredient of physical matter. Hydrogen within an organism is usually produced via internal processes, which is then utilised by that body. The hydrogen continuously needs to be produced, distributed and allocated so that it can then be metabolised, consumed, recycled and discharged. It then needs to be replenished again, constantly with no exceptions. All life depends on it.
Evidence is proving that an appropriate amount of molecular hydrogen in an aerobic organism will optimise the health and life span of that organism’s cells and mitochondria. It selectively reduces the toxic free radicals that are created during energy production that potentially cause damage to the components of the cell including proteins, lipids and DNA.
Molecular hydrogen and oxygen supplementation can assist in the live movement and export of stock, resulting in the elimination of stress-induced mortality, improved taste, reduced antibiotic and chemical additives, improved growth rates, increased ability to breed and hatch difficult species, as well as significantly improving immunity to resist disease, virus and pathogens at the farm site.
In our own trials at our own facility we have seen dramatic improvements to stressed stock in very short period of time simply by adding these technologies to an already existing management system. This is a very exciting field and one that is well worth investigating in order to address the multitude of significant issues facing many organisms the world over.
Hydrogen plays a part in virtually everything that exists,
and without it our planet would just be a rock.
WHY WE NEED IT – EVERYWHERE!
The entire food chain as we know it is under threat in ways that only 100 years ago was inconceivable. These threats are well recognised and accepted by the majority of governments around the world and are considered to be an issue of national security by many, and an issue so great is affecting every person on the planet in some way or another.
In the vast majority, imbalance or dis-ease is a consequence of either exposure or deficiency, regardless of the DNA or genetic susceptibility. To allow balance and to achieve a desired outcome, the right recipe must be used with the correct ingredients. Getting the recipe right in the first place will significantly reduce the potential for the consequence thereafter.
Hydrogen and its electrons enable the fundamental elements of life to not only exist, but to repair, regenerate, and be maintained. It is the smallest and most abundant element in the universe. The mechanics of life exist at a molecular and cellular level utilising an electron transport chain that ultimately results in an oxidative process, which then needs to be reduced by antioxidants.
Hydrogen technology application is ultimately the most pure, natural food supplement known to science. It is completely non-toxic to the receiver, has no known adverse side effects is produced on demand and as required from readily available and abundant resources.
The use of hydrogen will reduce the requirement for synthetic substance applications to both terrestrial and aquatic species, improving overall food chain quality, reducing dis-ease consequences, extending life spans, extending shelf life of food products, allowing for life to live healthily with less consumption, and increasing overall food productivity and quality in less favourable conditions than ever thought possible.
All of this results in more sustainable farming practices that will use less fertilisers and pesticides, and show improved environmental conditions with less pollution, run off and cross contamination of neighbouring ecosystems. The entire food chain will benefit, the environment can regenerate, the health and wellbeing of our loved ones will improve, the burden of disease will lessen and improved productivity and benefit the relative economies.
SOME MOLECULAR INSIGHTS...
We believe that supplementation of molecular hydrogen into a living organisms diet will offer great improvements to its being and in a vast majority of cases, it may very well be the biggest piece of the puzzle in producing sustainable health.
Depending on the circumstances or the environmental challenges that the organism endures, it still needs to provide or ingest its own supply of anti-oxidants for survival via cellular respiration in animal and aquatic type species, and both photosynthesis and microbial soil health for plants. The overall health of any organism will be directly associated with this essential function, no matter how you look at it.
If an organism is to resist oxidation, then it needs to be able to produce or access anti-oxidants. Although there are many types of antioxidants that exist, all are not equal – and any cannot do the job of every. Molecular Hydrogen however, comes very close as it is already more than 3 out of every 5 atoms in certain species and is the primary source of electrons required for life.
Generally speaking, all things are constantly oxidising all of the time, with the intervention of anti-oxidant activity and the donation of electrons being what stabilises free radicals. If something was to die and the molecular hydrogen produced in the gut was to cease being produced, that something would oxidise. Oxidising quickly is known as decomposing or rotting, whilst slow oxidising can be referred to as ageing or degeneration. Oxidative stress is a state of unmanaged oxidation, and is considered to be the root cause for over 170 different diseases or ailments across various species. It then makes sense that oxidative stress is simply a molecular hydrogen deficiency and therefore potentially a completely manageable state.
Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen and Carbon make up the vast majority of atoms in most species and access to these atoms and molecules is imperative for life to exist. The carbon aspect is easily accessed at ground level as it is generally ingested as food, with the gut doing the processing job of making the carbon biologically available. Oxygen is also available at ground level as it is a heavy molecule and is most readily accessed at sea level, the higher the altitude the less available oxygen is in the air. Nitrogen makes up about 78% of the atmosphere and is also readily available virtually everywhere.
Molecular hydrogen on the other hand is very light and is most abundant in the upper atmosphere and out of reach for most organisms to reach. Where this all comes together is in the bonded molecule of water which balances as 2 parts hydrogen and 1 part oxygen, H2O. In this form an organism can process the hydrogen in gaseous form and enable biological access, metabolic function, the transfer of electrons, creation of energy and the reduction of free radicals created during these processes.
They say that liquid water is the source of all life, and it is because of this form that both hydrogen and oxygen can be found together. If it weren’t for water, then the ingredients of life would remain apart. Hydrogen up high, and oxygen down low – so close yet so far apart
Now that science understands the significance for having access to both molecular hydrogen and molecular oxygen, it is able to focus on how nature facilitates this process and the efficiencies that it offers. Photosynthesis is referred to as the source of life on earth as it is the first process adopted by plants to break the molecular bond of water molecules and enable access to both molecular hydrogen and oxygen. Further along the road of life come cellular respiration and the development of more advanced life forms.
Regardless of the type of organism in question, the overall health of that organism is significantly linked to its ability to facilitate this function and provide the food for metabolism, replication, growth and maintenance.
Hydrogen Technologies are focussed on making practical differences to a whole range of species that ultimately make up the entire food chain cycle. We hope to enable clean, naturally grown products that are substantially lower, if not completely void, of all the additives associated with todays high density and high productivity intensive farming management protocols.
We believe that organisms regularly accessing molecular hydrogen and oxygen supplementation are cleaner, stronger, healthier, more nutritious, have improved immunity and are able to resist stresses that would otherwise cause significant harm. We also understand that each application may need very different considerations regarding application method, concentration, frequency, infrastructure considerations or environmental restrictions.
Homeostasis is the goal of all life and the further away from that homeostasis one gets, the more likely one will see the manifestation of a particular consequence given the circumstances of the environmental or genetic challenges it has endured. Molecular hydrogen has shown considerable efficacy in dealing with both inflammation and oxidation resulting in dramatic beneficial results across a whole range of issues. Prevention is well understood to be the preferred path as opposed to dealing with what results when ease becomes dis-ease.
All life is now facing challenges like never before as it tries to deal with poorer nutritional food sources, poorer quality of drinking water, and poorer air quality.
There is more toxic load than ever before for the body in order to just to survive. Providing an organism with the right ingredients to function correctly is the simplest and most noble quest of any food supplier for any species, and it is the absolute basis of all the resulting metabolic functions thereafter.
A strong and healthy plant will offer many flowers for pollination, will produce an abundance of fruit and, if all the ingredients of life are provided, will result in a great yield at harvest. All sorts of stresses can result in dramatic differences at conception, gestation, delivery or harvest time which can include things like too much water, not enough water, heat and cold stress, poor soil or salinity content, diet, oxidative state, toxic load and/or just poor overall health in general. At the end of the day it all comes down to the overall health and strength of the host and its ability to provide the appropriate nutritional value to enable cell growth and replication.
Due to the laws we are regulated by, we can only show a snapshot of the already
science available, however there is much more to learn and share and we will
continue to expand further on all information as the research unfolds.
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