A very interesting scientific peer review article was published by Sanetaka Shirahata, 1 Shigeru Kabayama, Mariko Nakano, Takumi Miura, Kenichi Kusumoto, Miho Gotoh, Hidemitsu Hayashi, Kazumichi Otsubo, Shinkatsu Morisawa, and Yoshinori Katakura of the Institute of Cellular Regulation Technology, Graduate School of Genetic Resources Technology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan. The research documents how reduced water created by electrolysis produces antioxidants to scavenge active oxygen which is known to cause extensive oxidative damanage, disease and aging.
Quoted from the article:
The ideal scavenger for active oxygen should be ‘active hydrogen’. ‘Active hydrogen’ can be produced in reduced water near the cathode during electrolysis of water. Reduced water exhibits high pH, low dissolved oxygen (DO), extremely high dissolved molecular hydrogen (DH), and extremely negative redox potential (RP) values.BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS 234, 269 – 274 (1997)
To neutralize the toxic action of active oxygen species, electrolyzed-reduced water may be an ideal and very powerful antioxidant.
ARTICLE NO. RC976622
This research can be found on Google Scholar and is one of nearly 35,000 published scientific peer reviews of research about electrolyzed reduced water which is produced by water ionization with electrolysis.