Hydrogen Medicine Initiative

Although many studies confirmed various benefits of molecular hydrogen in biomedicine, still many issues remain up in the air. The molecular target of hydrogen, optimal dosage and duration of H2 treatment, and its long-term safety and effectiveness in clinical environment are among central questions yet to be addressed. Having this in mind, we established the Hydrogen Medicine Initative, a research program aimed to investigate different medicinal properties of this innovative bioactive gas, including its promising therapeutic potential for the treatment of a variety of conditions. With your one time or monthly contribution, you are making an impact on the Hydrogen Medicine Initative mission and thus becoming a part of our team to advance H2 as a recognized and approved medicinal agent. Center is a non-profit entity, equivalent to US 501(c)(3), and therefore a donation is tax deductible.

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Thus far, our work has been supported by different patrons – from the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development; the Provincial Secretariat for Higher Education and Scientific Research; to many industrial grantors and companies, from the US, Canada or Japan, to individual donators.

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Open Studies in 2018

Here, we enlist the updates and summaries of current studies planned through Hydrogen Medicine Initiative, informing our current and future benefactors and grantors. Support us and follow HMI briefs and events!
This study aims to evaluate the effects of H2 intervention on the American Heart Association (AHA) cardiovascular risk scores, health-related physical fitness, and lipid profiles in the blood of men and women aged 65 or older. If proven beneficial, H2 inhalation might become an adjunct therapy in the primary and secondary prevention of cardiometabolic morbidity in elderly.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is already a prevalent condition, with the number of people affected is increasing. Treatment of NAFLD usually involves restricted nutrition and body weight management. Here, we would like to analyze does interventional hydrogen have an effect on steatosis, liver enzymes, and health-related quality of life in NAFLD population.
We just prepared the abstract on our study evaluating the impact of hydrogen-rich water (HRW Natural Health, Canada) on work capacity and health-related quality of life in elderly. Hopefully, this study will be presented in Minneapolis this June at the 65th Annual Conference of the American College of Sports Medicine.
So far, we collected $22,415 for our study on hydrogen for cardiometabolic risk factors in elderly. The goal is $32,000, so we need $6,585 to close the budget and start the trial. Second study on hydrogen for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease costs $38,500 and we just started the campaign.

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Center for Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences
STARI DIF, Deligradska 27, Belgrade 11000, Serbia
+381 68 5226115
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