You might already know that free radicals represent some of the most dangerous threats and challenges that we face today in our never ending fight to slow down the aging process. Unlike in days past, today there are an array of antioxidants that can help slow the de-generative affects of free radicals. We’ve all heard of what are called the “aces”: vitamin a, vitamin c, vitamin e, and selenium. And some of the more unusual such as grape seed extract, pycnogenol, and green tea. But by far the most potent of all antioxidants is silicahydride.
What makes silicahydride so special is happening down at the nano-particle level. Because the silicahydride particles are so small, less than 5 nanometers in diameter, it is many hundreds of times smaller than “all” other antioxidants, including the aformentioned, grape seed extract, pycnogenol, and green tea. But what does this mean to you?
On the surface it would seem that all the nutrional manufacturers would have to do is make their antioxidants more potent. The problem . . . antioxidants nutralize free radicals by donating an ion to the radical rendering it harmless. But when that happens, the once beneficial molecule becomes a free radical in its own right. Albeit, less dangerous, but a free radical just the same. In fact if you flood your body with these free radicals, they could become more dangerous than the free radical you were originally trying to fight.
Enter silicahydride. Silicahydride is the “only antioxidant” that does not become a free radical after donating its negative ion. The reason for this is that it has an extra ion to donate. So, after it donates its negative ion it reverts to the harmless state of water. Or more importantly hydrogen.
Silicahydride floods your body with hydrogen. And hydrogen plays an important roll in the production of ATP. ATP is the source of all the body’s energy. Additionally, hydrogen helps your cells communicate with one another. In fact without hydrogen, electrons can’t travel though your body.