Does anyone know if the supplement MegaHydrate is effective at all? Their website and providers of it seem to promote it as a wonder-supplement and able to do all sorts of wonderful things, and they seem to have some scientific studies... but it still sounds too good to be true. Does anyone know if there is any degree of truth to their claims? Is it really a super-antioxidant? Will that actually do anything? Would it potentially improve health? Would love to hear a health professional weigh in on this subject!
MegaHydrate's main ingredient is silica hydride which MegaHydrate claim has ‘super’ anti-oxidant properties. Presently there is little human research on silica hydride available. It appears to have antioxidant properties, however, suggest using natural sources of antioxidants such as foods with vitamin E, and vitamin C - green/white teas, blueberries, wheat germ, etc. until more research is done.
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