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Beverage companies are touting water with infused added hydrogen gas claiming it can reduce inflammation, act as an antioxidant, improve your mood, help with muscle performance and reduce muscle fatigue -- but what is the real deal?
The Doctors stress there have not been any studies conducted to support the claims about these hydrogen-enhanced water products, and instead of spending money on this type of water -- which ranges from 3 to 10 dollars, The Doctors suggest enjoying things like cucumbers, tomatoes, grapefruit or avocado after a workout for similar effects.
Of course, drinking plenty of water throughout your day is vital, but the panel agrees that drinking regular water will do the trick when it comes to workout recovery and overall health.
Also, something to keep in mind when it comes to hydrogen-enhanced water, the product must be consumed within 30 minutes of opening, or the hydrogen gas infused in the water stops working.