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  • Let’s first talk about the mechanisms of the human body. We do these 3 things every day in our lives, we eat, breathe, and sleep. So these activities perform very important functions. We eat, in order to absorb nutrients.We breathe, because oxygen is required during metabolism.We sleep so we can store the energy generated for our daily activities.
  • - Next let’s continue with the human body mechanisms.- The 3 major nutrients include Carbohydrate, Fat, and Protein. These nutrients then turn into glucose, fatty acid, and amino acid. - The Glycolysis process occurs with Oxygen in the body.This chemical reaction turns these nutrients into AcetyleCoA. - Acetyl-CoA is an important molecule in metabolism. Its main use is to convey the carbon atoms within the acetyl group to the TCA cycle (citric acid cycle) to be oxidized for energy production. This process occurs in the mitochondrian. - The citric acid cycle (TCA Cycle) is a series of enzyme-catalysed chemical reactions, the chemical conversion of these nutrients into carbon dioxide and water to generate a form of usable energy, called ATP.
  • And Hydrogen is essential when producing ATP.
  • We mentioned the word Mitochondrian before. You may ask, what is it? Mitochondria can be described as "cellular power plants" because they generate most of our body cell's supply of (ATP),  adenosine triphosphate (ATP), used as a source of chemical energy.[2] In addition to supplying cellular energy, mitochondria are involved in a range of other processes, such as signaling, cellular differentiation, cell death, as well as the control of the cell cycle and cell growth.[3]
  • Below is a diagram of a basic cell structure. Hydrogen can protect mitochondrion from oxidation. In fact, 80% of cells die in each hour as a result of free radicalsBut with hydrogen, the death rate decreases to less than 10%
  • What factors contribute to the forming of free radicals? In fact, about 1-3%...Besides that, ….All contribute to the formation of free radicals.
  • There are many types of Reactive Oxygen species, the most commonly known include superoxide radicals, peroxide (hydrogen peroxide), and hydroxyl radicals.On the other hand, our bodies also produce natural antioxidant enzymes to protect us from the reactive oxygen species. For example, Superoxide dismutases for superoxide radicals, and catalase / glutathione peroxidase for peroxide or hydrogen peroxide.Unfortunately for hydroxyl radicals, our bodies don’t product any natural enzymes to neutralize their effects. Hydrogen peroxide is reduced to hydroxyl radicals by the enzymes glutathione peroxidase and catalase in the presence of transition metals such iron or copper.  Hydroxyl radicals can cause serious damage to parts of cells such as proteins, DNA, and cell membranes by stealing their electrons through a process called oxidation. The dangers of the hydroxyl radical can be described as"If the function of radicals is to destroy molecules and tissues, then the hydroxyl radical would be the radical's radical. It reacts at diffusion rates with virtually any molecule found in its path including macromolecules such as DNA, membrane lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates. In terms of DNA, the hydroxyl radical can induce strand breaks as well as chemical changes in the DNA structure."
  • So what can be done about those hydroxyl radicals? The answer lies in Hydrogen.
  • The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is a separation of circulating blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) maintained by the choroid plexus in the central nervous system (CNS). Endothelial cells restrict the diffusion of microscopic objects (e.g. bacteria) and large or hydrophilic molecules into the CSF, while allowing the diffusion of small hydrophobic molecules (O2, hormones, CO2). Cells of the barrier actively transport metabolic products such as glucose across the barrier with specific proteins.
  • Let’s continue with the supplement talk. Let me show you how the radical chain works.Let’s look at the diagram below. As an example, we consume fat, when fat is being metabolized a form free radicals called lipoperoxide are produced. So we take Vitamin E to counteract the oxidation effect. And Lipoperoxide turns back into fat.However, after Vitamin E completed its antioxidation mission, it turns into “Vitamin E radical”.So let’s say we take Vitamin C to counteract the oxidation effect. And “Vitamin E radical” turns back into Vitamin E.Next, after Vitamin C completed its antioxidation mission, it remains as Vitamin C radical. This free radical chain continues on and on, Until, we introduce Hydrogen to the chain. Hydrogen provides the vitamin C radical with the missing electron and neutralizes it back into Vitamin C. And after the mission is accomplished, instead of turning into another radical, hydrogen combines with oxygen and is discharged from the body as water.
  • Try Excellent Pure & Excellent H, and experience the power of hydrogen.
  • Product explanation with voice (english)

    1. 1. H&H Wellness USA Product Seminar(A Hydrogen releasing Supplement) 1
    2. 2. Mechanism of theEvery day we 身体の仕組み Human Body Eat Absorb nutrients Bring oxygen into the Breathe body to be used during metabolism. Store energy for our Sleep daily activities 2
    3. 3. Mechanism of the Nutrients Human body Glycolysis Process Carbohydrates Glucose Fats Fatty Acid / Acetyl-CoA Glycerol Metabolic process Proteins Amino Acid H(3 Major Nutrients) H TCA CO2 ATP Cycle H H (Citric Acid Cycle) 3
    4. 4. Mechanism of the 身体の仕組み Human BodyATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) is thesource of all energy for the human bodyactivities.Our bodies breathe oxygen and absorbnutrients in order to retrieve Hydrogen (H).We need Hydrogen (H) to create ATP. 4
    5. 5. Mechanism of the Human BodyWe work and movewith the support of Hydrogen. 5
    6. 6. Mechanism of the Human Body For a young healthy60 trillion cells person Each cell contains a few hundred mitochondrion Mitochondria generates energy supply for cells 6
    7. 7. Hydrogen protects mitochondrion from oxidation. 80% of cells die in 1 hour as a result of free radicals.But with Hydrogen, the death rate decreases to less than 10%. Lysosome Mitochondria responsible for the Function similar to the cells digestion of power plant of the cell. macromolecules, old Food and oxygen reacts cell parts, and here and the energy microorganisms produced will supply for what the cell needs Cytoplasm to function. The fluid that’s inside the membrane of a cell. Nucleus Contains mostly water, The control center of from 80 to 97% in the cell. It contains a different cells genetic material called DNA. Cell Membrane Separates a cell from the outside environment. It surrounds all cells and is semi- permeable, controlling the movement of substances in and out of cells Basic Cell Structure 7
    8. 8. • As we age the repair and regeneration Energy Source capabilities of cells slow down.• Each day we lose more than 1 billion cells, by the age of 70 we have lost over 1/3 of cells.• The amount of metabolic enzymes also decreases ・Decrease in energy ・Stiff neck and shoulders ・Lower back painOur bodies produce less ATP ・Decrease in libido ・Wrinkles, brown spots …etc We don’t produce enough Hydrogen. 8
    9. 9. Factors that contribute to illness Why do we get sick?With recent medical discoveries, it is saidthat 90% of chronic diseases are causedby free radicals, which come from thebody’s internal oxidation process overthe years. 9
    10. 10. Formation of Free RadicalsAbout 1-3% of oxygen we take in Factors thatthrough breathing alone turns contribute to illnessinto free radicals. Free Radicals 10
    11. 11. Free RadicalsTypes of Reactive Oxygen Natural Antioxidant Enzymes Species in the body (Superoxide Superoxide Radicals SOD dismutases) Glutathione Peroxide (Hydrogen Peroxide) Catalase / peroxidase Hydroxyl Radicals NoneHydroxyl Radicals are particularly reactive and damaging to body tissues. But the human body doesn’t produce any natural antioxidant enzymes to neutralize their effects! 11
    12. 12. Benefits of Hydrogen (2) – Anti-oxidation Hydrogen canselectively remove Hydroxyl Radicals 12
    13. 13. SupplementsThere are plenty of antioxidant supplementsin the market that have been developed tofight free radicals. Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, CoQ10, Lutein, Beta-Carotene, Green tea supplements …etc 13
    14. 14. SupplementsPotential negatives relating to Supplements:1) After they have served their anti-oxidation properties, they remain as radicals themselves (similar to the free radicals).2) Since they have large molecular sizes they may not reach certain parts of the body.※ Only Hydrogen can pass / penetrate through all areas of the body. 14
    15. 15. The Radical ChainAfter completing their antioxation effects, supplements suchas Vitamins, minerals, Catechin, and enzymes will remain inthe body and become a new form of free radicals. Fat ← Vitamin E ← Vitamin C ←Hydrogen Discharged Vitamin E Vitamin C from the bodyLipoperoxide as WATER Radical Radical 15
    16. 16. Benefit of Hydrogen (2) Since Hydrogen converts to Waterafter it completes its antioxidation effect, which is then discharged from the body. The antioxidation process is Clean 16
    17. 17. Features of Hydrogen1) It is safe and doesn’t leave evasive substances behind.2) It selectively neutralizes Hydroxyl Radicals amongst other free radicals.3) It improves metabolic energy.4) As the smallest molecular weight element it can be transported to every corner of the body. 17
    18. 18. excellent H & excellent pureUtilizes natural coral calcium to absorband encapsulate Hydrogen. Hydrogenwill be released when the capsule andcoral calcium dissolves in the body. A Hydrogen Releasing Supplement 18
    19. 19. The Inventors Dr. Taneaki OIKAWA (Ph.D) Dr. Kokichi HANAOKA (Ph.D)Department of Biology, Faculty of Visiting Professor, University of TexasScience, Yamagata University. Medical School, Health Science CenterPresident of The Institute for CreativeBiotechnology 19
    20. 20. excellent H excellent pure 20

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