H2 Absorb - 60 Tablets

RRP £57.77
11 In stock

The healthy body creates free radicals as a result of normal activity & metabolism. These free radicals, known as ROS (reactive oxygen species) or RNS (reactive nitrogen species) are kept in check by the healthy body, maintaining normal mitochondrial function and minimizing oxidative stress.

Healthy and unhealthy individuals create oxidative stress.  Exercise increases a person’s use of oxygen, and increases the work load on the mitochondria.  As a result, professional athletes create higher oxidative stress (free radical activity) levels than those who do not exercise to the same extreme.  Those facing health challenges may promote a less than optimal level of oxidative stress. The point is that oxidative stress occurs on an ongoing basis and for a variety of reasons.

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  • Nuts
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  • Yeast

Ingredients

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Servings Per Container: 60
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
RN Ionic Hydrogen matrix (Maltose, malic acid, magnesium oxide (glycinate and malate)Fumaric acid) 998 mg *
Magnesium (from RN Ionic Hydrogen matrix) 110 mg 28%
*Daily Value not established.

Important information

KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. 

Keep in closed container and below  25 ℃. Do not use this supplement as a replacement for a adequate diet or healthy lifestyle. 

Do not exceed the recommended dose. 

Dosage information

As a dietary supplement, place one tablet in a bottle of non-carbonated water and replace cap immediatley.Wait until tablet has dissolved in water before consuming. 

We recommend an 8 ounce bottle so one may consume the water fewer openin/closings of the bottle, delivering the maximum amount of hyrdogen gas to the body. For best results, be sure the bottleis completly full of water (with little or no air space at the top). follow the procedure twice daily or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.