10 FAQs on Hydrogen in Alkaline Water

I confess that I’m a sucker for the FAQ section on a website. The idea that I can save – what, 15 seconds? Whole minutes? – simply by clicking on a handy little link instead of searching for what I need?  Sold, to the woman who prefers to waste spend those carefully won pockets of time searching for exactly the right shade of gray paint for that awkward wall.

Really, who doesn’t love a list? Knowing I’m not alone in this, I thought it might be worth putting together a go-to checklist of some of the most popular FAQs on Hydrogen in Alkaline Water.

  1. Is Hydrogen Water Different To Alkaline Water?
    It’s the same thing.  A rose by any other name. For an overview of how hydrogen water and alkaline water are one and the same, check out our article on the topic.
  1. How Does The Hydrogen Get Into My Alkaline Water?
    Alkaline water is produced by electrolysis, and it is this process which enables freely available hydrogen gas to dissolve into the water. The link above goes into this in a little more detail.
  1. How Does The Hydrogen In My Alkaline Water Help My Body?
    The benefits are multiple, and widely documented, but here’s a link to give you a head’s up to the lesser known plus-points.
  1. Can Hydrogen In Alkaline Water Help To Reduce Cholesterol?
    More good news here. Promisingly, a peer-reviewed study from China indicated that hydrogen-rich water may help patients suffering from suspected metabolic syndrome to manage their cholesterol levels.
  1. Is Drinking Alkaline Water The Best Way of Getting Hydrogen Into My Body?
    YesFollowing an alkaline diet is another way of doing it, but to reach the vital parts of your body, at cellular level, drinking hydrogen-rich ionized water is easily the most efficient way to do it.
  1. Will Drinking Hydrogen-Rich Alkaline Water Increase my Energy Levels?
    A great many athletes and keep fit enthusiasts certainly think so! Staying adequately hydrated will increase your energy, but drinking alkaline water is better. The hydrogen boosts the power-house mitochondria of each cell, keeping the cell – and you! – energized.
  1. Is it Safe To Drink Hydrogen-Rich Water During Pregnancy?
    Alkaline water supports good health, and never is it more vital than when you’re pregnant, or trying to conceive. However, as with any tweaking or change of your diet and lifestyle, or simply to impart information, always tell your doctor, obstetrician or midwife about all aspects of your nutritional intake, including drinking alkaline water.

    It’s never too early to start benefiting from alkaline water
  1. What Does Hydrogen Water Taste Like?
    I know. You’re expecting me to say ‘Just like ordinary water!’ Well, straight up, it doesn’t. It tastes way better than that. Most people comment immediately on the pure, clean taste. The fact that this great-tasting drink is so good for you is just all-round great news.
  1. Can I Cook Using Hydrogen-Rich Alkaline Water?
    Whatever method of water-cooking you use; steaming, bain-marie, boiling; it’s fine to use alkaline water. Just bear in mind that some of the hydrogen will be lost to the cooking process, but otherwise, don’t hesitate. I swear that pasta cooked in alkaline water tastes better!Cooking_Pasta
  2. Is It Possible To Drink too Much Hydrogen?
    Not really.  Even if you drink lots and lots of hydrogen-rich water, the hydrogen itself remains at zero toxicity.  Any hydrogen that your body cannot use will naturally dissipate.

So there we have it, ten excellent reasons to drink hydrogen-rich alkaline water.  Now, with the time you’ve saved by having this handy list instead of searching for the information you need, do you want to take a look at this paint chart?  It’ll only take a minute.  Steel Gray or Concrete Gray?  It’s an awkward wall, you see…

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