Avid label readers may be perplexed as to common ingredient names having such uncommon capabilities in human health. Recovery 7.2 is a classic example of such a health phenomenon.
We know that Calcium and Magnesium are common elements and often seen as ingredients in health products. There are over 24 forms of ingestible elemental Calcium and Magnesium and each form has very unique properties. As a dramatic example the metallic form of magnesium is highly reactive to oxygen and heat which allowed for its use in flash bulb photography for many years.
The reactive combination of calcium and magnesium in Recovery 7.2 is equally dramatic in its effect on human physiology. The reactive effect is to produce a cascade of positive human health benefits supported by documented medical research articles. Imagine molecular hydrogen selectively reducing the negative oxidative molecules and enhancing the positive antioxidant potentials in the body.
Imagine a discussion of Hydroxyl Radical, (OH) Peroxinytrite, (ONOO) Hypochlorite, (OC) Oxygen Radical, (O2) Superoxide, SOD, (O2) Hydrogen Peroxide, (H2O2) Nitric Oxide, (NO) Alkylperoxyl Radical, (ROO) Auto-oxidation. Then a further explanation of Lipid peroxidation, DNA mutation, Protein oxidation, mitochondrial depolarization, apoptosis and necrosis! All THAT from common elements of Magnesium and Calcium? AMAZING to say the least!
All the science aside, it is obvious that the medical and scientific community have discovered all this for our personal benefit. One scientist saw the vision and formulated the material as a submitted patent to protect the market for such an amazing health breakthrough. The best news is that the concept and health measures for ALKALINITY, ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL, ORAC and NORP measures have all been re-set to a new benchmark with molecular hydrogen in Recovery 7.2.
Recovery 7.2 is the go-to nutrient that will change the way people approach their quest for alkalinity and human health. Recovery 7.2 is exclusive to your personal marketplace and represents a critical component of the 7.2 family of alkalizing nutrients. Join the Alkaline Revolution and break the silence on Molecular Hydrogen today!
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