Hydrogen Inhalation: A Breakthrough Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes.
A Jan 18th 2023 Study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9889559/
In this groundbreaking study, researchers explored the potential of hydrogen inhalation as a treatment for type 2 diabetes. With the participation of over a thousand patients, this real-life clinical study aimed to investigate the effectiveness and safety of using hydrogen inhalation alongside conventional diabetes treatments. Patients received a low flow rate of hydrogen gas for 25 hours per week over the course of 6 months, and the results have been nothing short of remarkable!
Key Findings: Here are the key discoveries from this study:
- Improved Blood Sugar Control: Patients who used hydrogen inhalation experienced an astonishing 94.02% greater improvement in fasting plasma glucose levels compared to those in the control group.
- Reduced Cholesterol Levels: Hydrogen inhalation led to a remarkable 193.18% greater reduction in total cholesterol levels, indicating potential benefits for heart health.
- Enhanced Insulin Function: Insulin resistance improved by an impressive 347% more in the group using hydrogen inhalation, highlighting its positive impact on the body’s ability to respond to insulin.
- Boosted Beta Cell Function: Beta cell function, a critical aspect of diabetes management, increased by approximately 314% in the hydrogen inhalation group, indicating improved insulin production.
- Achieving Glycemic Targets: Patients using hydrogen inhalation were 172% more likely to achieve the target HbA1c level of less than 7%, a key goal in diabetes management.
- High Tolerance and Fewer Side Effects: Hydrogen inhalation was found to be well-tolerated and associated with significantly fewer adverse events when compared to the control group’s treatments.
Conclusion: These extraordinary results demonstrate that hydrogen inhalation can be an effective and safe treatment for type 2 diabetes. It’s truly remarkable how simply breathing hydrogen gas for just 6 months can lead to such significant improvements in blood sugar control, cholesterol levels, insulin resistance, beta cell function, and the achievement of glycemic targets. This breakthrough offers new hope and potential for enhancing diabetes management and improving the lives of those living with this condition.
Here is a great video explaining the study. (courtesy of Tywon Hubbard)