Asea Redox Signalling Technology
WHY DO YOU NEED ASEA REDOX SUPPLEMENT?
It’s not just natural. It’s native.
ASEA Redox Supplement is trillions of stable, perfectly balanced Redox Signalling Molecules suspended in a pristine saline solution—the same molecules that exist in the cells of the human body.
Redox Signalling is a function that is central to all life on the planet. Redox Signaling molecules are created within every cell of the body and are vital to the immune system and to cellular healing mechanisms. They are so essential to life that without them, you would die within seconds. A proper supply of Redox Signalling molecules enables cellular healing: damaged, dysfunctional cells fading away and healthy, vibrant cells taking over.
Redox Signalling molecules are vital for the health of your cells; that’s why your body makes its own supply. But after the age of 12, our cells make fewer and fewer of these molecules. ASEA Redox Supplement is the world’s only source for replenishing Redox Signalling molecules.
ASEA Cellular Health has developed the only technology that can create and stabilize active redox signaling molecules in a consumable form. This proprietary process suspends these life-giving molecules in a pristine solution—a first-of-its-kind, cutting-edge health breakthrough.
No matter what your health concern may be, ASEA Redox Supplement can bring your cellular communication to optimal levels, improving the health of every system of your body, starting right now.
IS ASEA REDOX SUPPLEMENT SAFE?
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One of the safest products on the planet.
There is almost nothing on earth as safe for the body as ASEA. It’s safer than tap water, spring water, or alkaline water. More than $5 million has been spent to test ASEA Redox Supplement and its foundational technology, and all results show that ASEA Redox Supplement is safe to all tissues, organs, and systems of the body. These studies tested for dozens of adverse effects, including endotoxicity, cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, reverse mutation, chromosomal aberration, and acute toxicity.
This rigorous testing of a finished product is something unheard of in the world of dietary supplements. Why? Because it’s expensive! Who wants to spend $5 million or more in safety studies?
ASEA Redox Supplement does.
We want you to know that every bottle, every serving, and every sip of ASEA Redox Supplement brings you powerful benefits while remaining completely safe to your body.
WHO USES ASEA REDOX SUPPLEMENTS
ASEA Redox Supplement is changing the lives of people everywhere, from elite ultra-endurance athletes who constantly push their bodies to the limit to people just wanting to take better care of their health. The truth is that ASEA Redox Supplement can benefit the health of everyone at every stage. And people from all walks of life are sharing how this remarkable health breakthrough is making a difference for them.
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ASEA REDOX SUPPLEMENT SCIENCE
More than 16 years ago, a group of medical professionals, engineers, and researchers discovered a proprietary method for creating Redox Signaling molecules native to the human body. This work led to the creation of the foundational technology behind ASEA Redox Supplement, providing a way to deliver to the body these stabilised Redox Signalling molecules necessary for optimal cellular health.
Building on this foundational technology, ASEA Cellular Health scientists and researchers improved and expanded the proprietary process, further stabilising these Redox Signalling molecules and making them commercially available to consumers. Since the introduction of ASEA Redox Supplement into the marketplace, these scientists have continued to study the beneficial effects of ASEA Redox Supplement on the cells, tissues, and organs of the body.
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THE EMERGING FIELD OF REDOX SIGNALLING
Volumes of research from independent scientists around the world confirm the vital nature of Redox Signalling to cell health. And every day more research and published articles are appearing about Redox Signalling, making it one of the fastest growing research fields in science.
ASEA Redox Supplement is the first and only stable, perfectly balanced mixture of these Redox Signalling reactive molecules that exists outside of living cells, and can be used to help maintain proper balance inside the body to support the immune system and healing process.
Redox Signalling Research Links:
- Critical Care 10(208) (2006), “Reactive oxygen species: toxic molecules or spark of life?”, Shelden Magder(https://ccforum.com/content/10/1/208).
- Biochemical Pharmacology 70 (2005) 811-823, “Redox regulation: A new challenge for pharmacology”, Daniel Frein, Stefan Schildknecht (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15899473).
- J Radiat Res (Tokyo 2004) 45(3) 357-72 “Oxidative stress, radiation-adaptive responses, and aging”, Miura Y. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15613781).
- J Cell Bio: minireview, “Specificity in reactive oxidant signaling: think globally, act locally”, Lance S. Terada (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16923830).
- Respir Res (2002) 3(26), “Oxygen-sensing mechanisms and regulation of redox-responsive transcription factors in development and pathophysiology”, Haddad JJ.(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12537605).
- Biochemistry (Moscow) 70(2) (2005), “Mitochondrial Metabolism of Reactive Oxygen Species”, A Yu Andreyev (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15807660).
- Am J. Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol, v279, pL1005-L1028 (2000), “Reactive Oxygen Species in cell signaling”, Victor J. Thannickal and Barry L. Fanburg (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11076791).
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- Genes and Development, v15, p2922-2933 (2001), “The expanding role of mitochondria in apoptosis”, X. Wang (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11711427).