ARG webinar – Molecular Hydrogen: Preeminent Antioxidant of the 21st Century

June 25, 2019

Allergy Research Group announces it upcoming webinar: Molecular Hydrogen: Preeminent Antioxidant of the 21st Century. The live webinar will take place on Wednesday, July 17th at 3:00 p.m. PST.

Join us with Tyler LeBaron, molecular hydrogen researcher and expert, to learn what molecular hydrogen is, how to get it, and the mechanisms via which it acts in the body. Tyler will discuss the clinical significance of molecular hydrogen, reviewing scientific literature of the effects hydrogen has on oxidation, inflammation, and health optimization.

The webinar will last 40 minutes, including a 10-minute Q & A session. A special discount offer on Allergy Research Group products will be revealed to live attendees before the webinar ends.

We hope you can join us live on July 17th at 3:00 pm PST. If not, don’t worry, signing up will still grant you access to the webinar recording.

Register for the free webinar today:

A link to a recording of the webinar will be emailed to all registrants.

About Tyler W. LeBaron: Tyler W. LeBaron is the Founder and Executive Director of the science-based nonprofit Molecular Hydrogen Institute. With a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and master’s degree in exercise physiology, Tyler went on to serve as an adjunct instructor of physiology at Brigham Young University and intern at Nagoya University in the department of Neurogenetics, researching the molecular mechanisms of hydrogen gas on cell signaling pathways. He is a director of the International Hydrogen Standards Association (IHSA) and the International Molecular Hydrogen Association (IMHA). He is the author or coauthor of numerous publications on the topic of molecular hydrogen and speaks regularly at medical conferences in the U.S. and academic biomedical hydrogen symposia and conferences around the world. He is also a member of the Academic Committee of Taishan Institute for Hydrogen Biomedical Research. He collaborates with researchers at home and abroad, and helps advance the education, research, and awareness of hydrogen as a therapeutic medical gas.

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