Most people would answer spontaneously, “Of course.” We are getting a sufficient supply of oxygen from the air we breathe. What we are lacking is hydrogen.
The biological form of hydrogen NADH occurring in our body reacts with the oxygen present in every living cell to produce essential energy in form of Adenosin Tri Phosphate (ATP). This ATP is used by the cell to produce all components essential for the optimum function of the cell. This includes components of the cell nucleus, the mitochondria, the power plants of the cell, and the cell membrane. The more ATP a cell has available the better it functions and the longer it lives.
Therefore NADH leads to an extension of the lifespan and the vitality of cells, tissues and organs. In particular the power plants of our cells, the mitochondria are essential for the regulation of cell division and for the repair of damaged cells. If the mitochondria are defective the cells will die.