Molecular Hydrogen to Bring the Body into Balance
On this episode, Tyler LeBaron of the Molecular Hydrogen Institute (MHI) comes on the show to talk about molecular hydrogen and how it can supplement the body for anti-aging and performance. They discuss some of the promise that drinking hydrogen-rich water is showing for Parkinson’s patients and in other brain injury therapies.
They consider how the intake of molecular hydrogen aids in ATP production and mitochondrial function. Free radicals can cause damage to your cells, and molecular hydrogen can act as a signaling molecule to upregulate your body to better manage oxidative stress. Our body needs oxidative power and reductive power in balance, and molecular hydrogen can help bring you back to homeostasis.
Hydrogen also helps modulates the system that causes inflammation, which is a major cause of aging.
LeBaron suggests how and when to get hydrogen into your system and offers some warnings about products on the market.
Dr. Gladden talks about some of the ways he uses molecular hydrogen with his patients at Apex.
They also discuss the benefits of being in a “flow state” in your life, during work or working out.
Tyler W. LeBaron is the Founder and Executive Director of the science-based nonprofit Molecular Hydrogen Institute. His background is in biochemistry and was a 1-year Adjunct Instructor of Physiology. He Interned at Nagoya University in the department of Neurogenetics to research the molecular mechanisms of hydrogen gas on cell signaling pathways. He is a director of the International Hydrogen Standards Association (IHSA) and the International Molecular Hydrogen Association (IMHA). He speaks at Medical conferences in the US for doctors CMEs/CEUs, and at academic biomedical hydrogen symposia and conferences around the world. He is also a member of the Academic Committee of Taishan Institute for Hydrogen Biomedical Research. He collaborates with researchers at home and abroad, and helps advance the education, research, and awareness of hydrogen as a therapeutic medical gas.
Learn more at the Molecular Hydrogen Institute.
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