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Hi,

I have wanting to install a hydrogen water machine at my home for the famed benefits that they are supposed to be having. Have done a lot of reading and research. Came across this article on hydrogen water machine detailing the pros & cons and what to buy and what to consider etc - https://www.hod9.com/hydrogen-water-machines/

Almost have decided of one of the models listed out there on the page. But want to know if someone has a first hand experience of benefits of hydrogenated water ? Is is what it is claimed as ?

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https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/pa5jjg/hydrogen-water-isnt-better-water

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/hy...-nutrient-health-claims-are-hype-not-science/




It's just the latest fad health scam to sell expensive machines. True human in-vitro studies are almost nonexistent. Only a tiny one from Japan that was done by having a small number of test subjects inhale the gas. The rest are animal studies.

Don't walk, but run away from this at high speed with your wallet. There is no honest health testing being done. It's just a house of cards built on paid scam testimonials.
 

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Yes, there has not been much medical research on this. But it's a rage all around.There's also this Kaizen technology in Japan which is so much recommended by people all around. Not sure, what to do with that either.
 

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I'm not sure hydrogen water machines are worth it, cost vs. benefits. However, I'll sell you my ION Generator for twice what I paid.
 

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Yes, there has not been much medical research on this. But it's a rage all around.There's also this Kaizen technology in Japan which is so much recommended by people all around. Not sure, what to do with that either.
Simple. Don't buy medical things that haven't been thoroughly tested by medical researchers.

Just because a 1930s law allows this medical charlatanism doesn't mean it's a good idea.

If it actually ends up therapeutic the medical community will use it, after appropriately finding a way to get a profitable patent on it. The medical research field has no trouble with things that help you if they can make a buck off it. At 10 grand a pop there is plenty of money to be made.

Where you might get screwed by medical research is where the treatment is basically free.
 
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