Study:Hydrogen water regulates cholesterol levels.

Study:Hydrogen water regulates cholesterol levels.
4 March 2024

In this medical study published in PubMed with the title "Hydrogen water reduces serum LDL-cholesterol levels and improves HDL function in patients with potential metabolic syndrome." the effect of daily intake of water enriched with hydrogen gas on 20 overweight patients was followed. The H2MEDICAL team translated its abstract from English. At the end of the article we have placed a link to the original English text on the PubMed website.



We found that molecular hydrogen (H2) has a beneficial lipid-lowering effect in Syrian golden hamsters fed fat-rich diets. The aim of this study was to characterize the effects of 0.9-1.0 liters/day of H2-enriched water (hydrogen water) intake on serum lipoprotein content, composition, and biological activities in 20 patients with potential metabolic syndrome. Serum analysis showed that consumption of hydrogen water for 10 weeks resulted in decreased serum total cholesterol (TC) and LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C - low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol) levels. "Western blot analysis is a widely used analytical technique in molecular biology and immunogenetics to detect specific proteins in a tissue homogenate sample or extract. The assay reveals a significant reduction of apolipoprotein (apo) B100 and apoE in serum. In addition, we found that H2 significantly improved HDL functionality as assessed by four independent factors, namely:


1) protection against LDL oxidation

2) inhibition of tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-α-induced adhesion of monocytes to endothelial cells

3) stimulation of cholesterol efflux from macrophage foam cells

4) protection of endothelial cells from TNF-a-induced apoptosis.

We also found that hydrogen water intake resulted in an increase in the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase, a decrease in thiobarbituric acid and reactive substances in whole serum and LDL.

In conclusion, daily intake of hydrogen water reduces serum LDL-C and apoB levels, improves HDL function impaired by dyslipidemia, and reduces oxidative stress. Hydrogen has a useful role in the prevention of potential metabolic syndrome.

Over the past 4 years, H2MEDICAL's hydrogen inhalers and hydrogen water devices have entered the homes of thousands of people in Bulgaria. Thank you for your trust! Having experienced the power of hydrogen, we strongly support the scientists' thesis and believe that H2 will be involved in the treatment of more and more diseases in the future. We recommend you to use only certified and quality devices for water enrichment with hydrogen gas. Devices of questionable quality make oxides and do not isolate ozone (O3) from water, while magnesium tablets for making hydrogen water generate magnesium oxide (MgO) in addition to hydrogen gas. O3 and MgO are carcinogenic and cause harmful side effects on the body.


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Link to the original text of the medical study abstract:

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