Dose-dependent inhibition of gastric injury byhydrogen in alkaline electrolyzed drinking water
Drinking hydrogen-rich water may protect healthy individuals from gastric damage caused by oxidative stress.
Background: Hydrogen has been reported to relieve damage in many disease models, and is a potential additive in drinking water to provide protective effects for patients as several clinical studies revealed. However, the absence of a dose–response relationship in the application of hydrogen is puzzling. We attempted to identify the dose–response relationship of hydrogen in alkaline electrolyzed drinking water through the aspirin induced gastric injury model.