THE EXPERTS

What experts say about the book

Professor Emeritus Garth L. Nicolson, Ph.D., MD

Molecular Hydrogen (H2), the smallest molecule in our universe, is a completely natural molecule that exists in our environment (in the air and other places) at low concentrations. Over the last 40 years…

Shigeo Ohta, Professor Emeritus, Nippon Medical University, Tokyo, Japan

Hydrogen is the smallest molecule known to everyone. In 2007, we published an academic article suggesting that this small molecule could benefit diseases and health care management. In November 2014, the FDA…

Tyler W. Lebaron Ph.D.

I learned about the biological effects of molecular hydrogen (H2 gas) in 2009 and then shortly began my own investigations, including doing research in Japan.  However, despite my (and other excellent hydrogen researchers) publishing many research articles…