Today, it can be hard to get excited about a breakthrough. That’s because everything is called a “breakthrough.” There’s always something new and exciting popping up around us. So when someone says they’ve made a breakthrough, it just gets lost in background noise, where it typically belongs.
Unless, of course, it actually is something that hasn’t been done before. Ever.
That’s ASEA. Sixteen years of foundational research led to the creation of the first and only perfectly balanced mixture of stabilized Redox Signaling molecules that exists outside the body. In case you haven’t heard of Redox Signaling molecules, they’re what your body creates to support the vital functions of the immune system. They’re so important that the body manufactures its own supply within the cells.
One set of these molecules is responsible for activating antioxidants. Here’s the deal: no matter how many antioxidants you ingest, they can’t fight even one free radical until they’re activated, so these molecules are important. The other set of molecules are essential for cellular communication, cellular protection, and the healing response.
So it’s easy to see why your own body makes these molecules. And until now, the body was the only source. But today there’s one more: ASEA.
Redox Signaling Research
More than 7,500 studies on Redox Signaling have been published in international, peer-reviewed scientific and medical journals. Below is a small sample of these journals:
- Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- Molecular Nutrition & Food Research
- Journal of Leukocyte Biology
- Journal of the American Chemical Society
- Antioxidants & Redox Signaling
- Journal of Nutrition
- Free Radical Biology & Medicine
- Journal of Agricultural & Food Medicine
- Journal of Neurochemistry
- European Journal of Pharmacology
- Enzyme Research
- International Journal of Cardiology
- Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
- Chemical Research in Toxicology
- Visit www.pubmed.gov for more research
Much of the study on Redox Signaling has been conducted at prestigious universities and research institutions. The following are just a few:
- University of Dusseldorf
- Rutgers University
- Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research
- University of Leeds
- U.S. National Institutes of Health
- National Institute on Aging
- University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Keio University, Tokyo
- University of Iowa
- University of Bologna
- San Diego St. University
- Helsinki University, Finland
What They're Saying about ASEA
Robertson D. Ward, MD: "Redox Signaling molecules are absolutely crucial to maintaining peak efficiency in cell function. I am so excited about the new paradigm and awareness we now have with ASEA and its ability to transform human health."
Shelly L. Roby, ARNP: "Maintaining health is all about homeostasis and balance. ASEA allows the body's cells to operate at their maximum. And the results are truly extraordinary."
Gary L. Samuelson, PhD: "The Redox Signaling process is remarkable because it is the process that allows us to regenerate tissue and main our normal function and capacities. This technology has the potential to spearhead the greatest advances in health we've every seen."
Dave Carpenter, ND: "I feel very confident giving ASEA to all my patients. It is something their cells lack, and it restores their levels naturally because it's native to the body."