From Science Fiction to Reality:
ASEA's Breakthrough in Redox Cell-Signaling

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Communication is obviously very important.  Redox Cell-Signaling Molecules enable intracellular and cell to cell communication.  We lose these molecules as we get older, but ASEA REDOX replenishes them.  The Science of Redox has won 6 Nobel Prizes, and is being studied at virtually every research lab in the world.  For 13 years, only one company has offered these molecules.

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Unlocking the Power of ASEA: How it Improves Gene Expression for Optimal Wellness

The human body is a spectacular machine. It is comprised of systems and organs, tissues and bones, and a brain that helps everything function. The human body, when broken down on a much smaller scale, is made up completely of cells. In fact, the human body has between fifty and three hundred billion cells.

Inside every cell, we have mitochondria (some cells have thousands). Mitochondria, when functioning properly, produce something known as redox signaling molecules. These molecules act like little transmitters that communicate with each other. They are responsible for communicating when something goes wrong in a cell and signaling the genes to fix it.

Factors such as stress, aging, diet, and the air we breathe can actually turn off genes, causing the genetic instructions that keep our bodies healthy to fail. That is why the redox signaling process is of utmost importance for cells. Our bodies heal on a cellular level, and the genetic instructions that dictate healthy body function don’t get through without redox signaling. The consequences can manifest in every part of the body

Cell signaling is a major factor in gene expression, and not the kind of gene expression that determines your hair color and height. Genes do far more than control your physical appearance. They carry life-sustaining messages to cells, and your cells respond to those messages, keeping you alive and healthy.

As we age, cell signals weaken (think of your cells growing a bit rusty), and rusty cells can disrupt gene expression. But if you had a way to regulate gene activity with redox signaling molecules, cellular communication would remain strong.

After years of studies and research, scientists at ASEA founded a process that creates active, shelf-stable redox signaling molecules, and then put it into a safe, consumable form: ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement, also known as ASEA water.

ASEA’s breakthrough redox signaling technology provides critical connection and communication between cells to ensure optimal renewal and revitalization, supporting the development of new, healthy cells in the body. ASEA water is the only redox supplement certified to contain active redox signaling molecules, and just four ounces a day affects health at the genetic level. It can positively affect gene expression throughout the body, helping protect, rejuvenate and keep cells functioning at their optimal levels. ASEA water can have a positive impact on every system in your body from the day you start using it.

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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 and its foundational technology, and all results show that ASEA is safe to all tissues, organs, and systems of the body.  Redox Molecules are not just natural, they are native.  They are already in your body.

Third-party research and certifications continue to prove the safety and efficacy of our products and show the potential and benefits of redox signaling supplementation, both internally and externally.