What is Hydrogen?
You probably remember the scientific element of hydrogen from the periodic chart in Chem Class, but what exactly is hydrogen and why does your body need it?

Hydrogen is an essential element for the body’s function yet it’s not naturally produced within the body – go figure!

By scientific definition, hydrogen is a chemical element that is the lightest element on the periodic scale, and the most abundant element found on Earth. Yet, it is not a gas produced by the body although essential for its proper function to keep you healthy.

Body Benefits
Hydrogen assists with the health of the body on so many levels – from protecting against free radical damage with powerful antioxidants to assisting with digestive functions to supporting cells during and after exercise and much more.*

Did you know that your body is made up of about 60% water?

Here’s another fun fact, water is made up of two-thirds hydrogen, which further proves that hydrogen is crucial to keep your body hydrated and functioning optimally. Athletes especially benefit from hydrogen supplements to help their bodies perform better during competition and recover faster.

HydroFX to the Rescue
So what can you do to nourish your body with hydrogen since it’s not produced naturally?

It’s simple!

7.2 Recovery with HydroFX and 7.2 HydroFX for Water, are patented, breakthrough supplements that work in tandem to help your body produce this essential element. Your body will be more alkalized, energized and maximized when it comes to performance, functionality and recovery.*

In tablet or powder form, both 7.2 HydroFX products are patented to deliver hydrogen to your body’s cells immediately. Easily taken a couple times a day to provide your body with hydrogen, you’ll feel better all day, ever day.

Ready to put the power of hydrogen to work for you? Learn more at sevenpoint2.com

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*These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.