Electrolyzed hydrogen-saturated water for drinking use elicits an antioxidative effect: a feeding test with rats

Bunpei Sato, Kazuhiro Miyamae, Kazuyoshi Arai, Masaharu Yamada, Masahide Aoyama, Tatsuya Shudo, Tomoyuki Yanagihara

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A new type of electrolyzed hydrogen-saturated (EHS) water was produced using a water-electrolyzing device equipped with a special cation exchanger. Use of the EHS water for drinking in a feeding test with rats elicited an antioxidative effect. After intraperitoneal injection of 2,2-azobis-amidinopropane dihydrochloride, urinary secretion of 8-hydroxydeoxyguanosine and hepatic formation of peroxidized lipid were significantly lessened in rats which had received the EHS water for one week. These results suggest the possibility that this drinking water shows an effect in reduction of oxidative stress in the body.

Publish Year 2005
Country Japan
Rank Positive
Journal Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry
Primary Topic Whole Body
Secondary TopicROS-Scavenging
Model Rat
Tertiary TopicOxidative Stress
Vehicle Water (Electrolysis)
pH Alkaline
Application Ingestion