Analysis Shows Silica Hydride Has Antioxidant Properties
A variety of techniques were used in a recent in vitro study to measure the antioxidant capacity of silica hydride. The study showed that the use of silica hydride as a radical scavenger and antioxidant seem very promising. Source: Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 35, 2003.
Study Supports Silica Hydride As An Antioxidant
Recently, an in vitro study was conducted using a series of techniques and analysis to test the efficacy of a nonprescription product, silica hydride, marketed for its ability as an antioxidant. Silica hydride is a novel, silica based polymeric colloid that contains interstitially placed hydride or hydrogen ions (H - ions). The study objectively and quantitatively illustrated the in vitro antioxidant properties of silica hydride and showed that the use of silica hydride as a free radical scavenger and antioxidant seems very promising. For more information go to the Source: Journal of Medicinal Food, Volume 5, 2002.
Silica Hydride Proves To Be A Potential Energy Source
A recent study was conducted to investigate silica hydride as a potential alternative hydrogen energy source for use in a variety of venues including pharmacology. The analysis demonstrated positively that silica hydride is a potential, non-toxic energy source. Source: The International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
New Silica Hydride Compound Shows Promise
A study was conducted to describe the synthesis of silica hydride from a class of compounds with the general formula (RsiO 1.5 ) n . Silica hydride is the first of several newly synthesized compounds from a hydride family. This novel compound, silica hydride, presented in the study demonstrated promising in vitro and biochemical significance with uses including antioxidants and nutritional supplements. For more information go to the source: The International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 28, 2003.
Silica Hydride Proven To Have Metabolic Effects
A recent study investigated the relationship between the intake of silica hydride and changes in metabolism. The result of this assay indicates a direct correlation between the addition of silica hydride to cellular suspension and the increase in metabolic rate and internal cellular energy production. To be published in the spring of 2004 in the Source: Journal of Medicinal Food.
Silica Hydride Shown To Have Hydroxyl Radical Scavenging
In this study the hydroxyl radical scavenging capacity and efficacy of silica hydride was quantified by a recently developed method. The method measures the hydroxyl radical scavenging capability of silica hydride. Of all the reactive oxygen species, the hydroxyl reactive oxygen species is known to be one of the most reactive and physiologically harmful. The analyses of silica hydride by the newly developed method distinctly conveyed its effectiveness as an antioxidant against hydroxyl reactive oxygen species at biological pH. For more information go to the Source: Journal of Medicinal Food, Volume 6, 2003.