Time to land this plane.
Last week, I talked about antioxidants. How they’re helpful. Why they’re not a blanket solution. Then I ruthlessly teased you about a super-powerful antioxidant that can transform your health. Did I mention it can make you skin look fantastic as well?
Then on Monday, we had to veer away from that thread to discuss the new trans fat ban taking effect over the next three years.
But your fellow readers have spoken. They want to know more about this hydrogen water.
How do you make it?
Where do you get it?
And why am I being such a dastardly tease about it?
Good news. Everything will be revealed. And I’m going to show you a way to make this water for yourself simply and easily.
First, a brief review:
According to the free-radical theory of aging, your body “ages” because of free radicals ripping electrons out of your cells. Why are they so hungry for electrons? Did they not get enough as children? Maybe they have a scarcity mindset and feel the only way to have enough electrons is to steal from others?
Well, no. I just made those two ideas up.
In reality, they’re atoms that need electrons to maintain a neutral charge, which they’re always seeking. Atoms contain protons, which have a positive charge. So they need electrons (a negative charge) to balance things out.
That’s as in-depth as I’ll get, because I know some chemistry majors are out there waiting to pounce on me. Yeah, that subject was not exactly my forte in school… nor is it now.
Anyway, here’s the problem with free radicals seeking to balance themselves out: Getting electrons ripped out of your body is a bad thing. Especially when it’s happening 24 hours per day, seven days per week. And it’s super especially bad if you can’t stop this process from happening. The proof can often be seen in the mirror.
So how does your body stop free-radical damage? By using antioxidants as sacrificial lambs. They donate their own electrons so you can keep yours.
But before you stuff your face with every antioxidant in sight, know that sometimes oxidation is a good thing to occur in your body. Even a necessary thing. It happens when you exercise. And it’s part of how you generate energy.
So what you need are selective antioxidants shown to neutralize only the harmful free radicals, like, for instance, the hydroxyl radical. This thing is like the Nurse Ratched of free radicals. It’s no joke. (And if the One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest reference isn’t doing it for you, then how about this: It’s the Norman Bates of free radicals.)
And as I wrote before, hydrogen is the best way to counteract these free radicals. Which is why there’s so much science coming out showing hydrogen-rich water provides astounding health benefits.
So where is this elusive hydrogen-rich water?
Can you get it at the grocery store?
I’ll illustrate the reason why with a story:
When I was visiting the massive health expo in Anaheim, California, I talked to a doctor working for one of the biggest brand-name bottled water companies in the U.S. They advertise how healthy their water is and how high the pH is. You’d probably know the name.
The first question I asked was, “Does your water contain free hydrogen?”
He immediately answered no, because they couldn’t stabilize it. And honestly, I was being a bit of a jerk, because I knew that’d be the answer.
By definition, hydrogen-rich water is going to be temporary under normal conditions. Remember how antioxidants work? They want to bond with something. So hydrogen, being a potential antioxidant, is always seeking out a partner.
When you’ve got bottles of water sitting on a shelf for months and months, sooner or later, the hydrogen is going to pair with something. No introduction between friends or Internet dating required.
So forget looking for this stuff in a store.
The good news is you can create it at home. A special device exists that creates this hydrogen-rich water by filtering it through a layer of magnesium, infrared ceramics, and something called tourmaline.
All that’s required is a sink where you can unscrew the nozzle on the tip of the fountainhead. Then you simply attach this device and turn on your sink so the water runs through. It’s that simple — no plumber needed.
And the cost of this device?
Less than drinking bottled water.
Where do you get it?
Watch your email inbox. You’ll hear from me tomorrow at 11 a.m. The subject line of the email will be “Get Your Fountain of Energy Now.”
When you get the email, open it immediately and then click the link inside.
Underground Health Researcher