Among the research interests of Dr. Pablo Campra (of recent graphite-in-Covid-vaccines claim) is something called electrolyzed reduced water (ERW). One of the (Asian) groups studying this presents is as
Electrolyzed reduced water (ERW) is a functional drinking water containing a lot of molecular hydrogen and a small amount of platinum nanoparticles (Pt NPs, Table Table1).1). ERW is known to scavenge ROS and protect DNA from oxidative damage . We previously showed that ERW was capable of extending lifespan of Caenorhabditis elegans by scavenging ROS . Molecular hydrogen could scavenge ROS and protected brain from oxidative stress.
I looked at their "" self-cited study and it does have rather bold findings that ERW extended the lifespan of the worms by 11%-41%.
worms cultured in ERW-Water medium exhibited a significantly extended lifespan (from 11% to 41%) compared with worms cultured in ultrapure water-Water medium.
Basically, has this kind of research on ERW benn reproduced by other groups? Does ERW extend the lifespan of animals (worms or anything else) when substituted for regular water, which appears to be the main claim there, if I'm not too confused by the unusual/technical terminology in the latter paper ("water-Water" etc.), terminology which however appears omitted in more general presentations...