Hydrogen Infused Water (HFACTOR) Review

HFACTOR Hydrogen Infused Water

Well first let me say that I’m not exactly the target customer. The target being an athlete and/or someone who recently finished working out. I did some light bed yoga earlier but mostly, I was just an average person who was thirsty.

So, I chilled it off and then had a cup of it to drink.

Taste wise, they had a flavored version and a plain. I went with the plain so I wont complain about how it tasted – I chose the bland one.

I naturally am drawn to spring water. I love spring water and sometimes, if it ain’t spring water, I dont want it.

This is not spring water. It tasted like regular purified water. Which was fine but … anyway. Did it make me feel any different?

That’s a no for me, too.

I drank this water and then the day carried on as normal.

My son had some and he drank his really fast and then that was it.

Maybe if I were an athlete, this review would be more exciting and/or credible. But as it stands, this was just normal, more costly water for me.

And the studies on the website do make it seem like this is like ultra water. I think, to give it a fair chance, I’d have to drink this water exclusively for maybe 2 or 3 days. Then I’d know if I felt a big difference.

3 thoughts on “Hydrogen Infused Water (HFACTOR) Review”

    1. Hi V, here is a copy and paste from the website! :
      “Doesn’t water already have Hydrogen in it… as in H20?

      Of course it does! But, when the two Hydrogen atoms in H2O are bound to oxygen, they are not available for any other interactions. However, when we infuse hydrogen gas into water, active hydrogen molecules are free and accessible to our body. Think of it like a plus one… we’ve invited an extra guest (H2) to the party (H2O)!
      Small and soluble, molecular hydrogen can quickly circulate and speed straight into the power centers of our cells.”


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