Monthly Archives: March 2011

What Are Redox Signaling Molecules? (Part Four)

Redox Signaling Molecules are Produced by Mitochondria The primary source of redox signaling molecules in living cells is the mitochondria. The mitochondria live inside the cells and produce 95% of all of the energy (ATP fuel) used in the body. … Continue reading

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What Are Redox Signaling Molecules? (Part Three)

Redox signaling complexes contain chlorine Some of the redox signaling complexes in our body contain chlorine. This is not the same form as the unbalanced crude forms of molecular chlorine and bleach (Cl2, NaOCl) that are used to sanitize pools … Continue reading

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What Are Redox Signaling Molecules? (Part Two)

Reactive Oxygen Species and Reduced Species Our cells are literally filled with and surrounded by salt water, which becomes the principal raw material for building simple redox signaling molecules. Simple redox signaling molecules are simple molecules formed from rearrangements of … Continue reading

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What Are Redox Signaling Molecules? (Part One)

Part One of  a Four Part Series. Perfectly pH balanced (7.35) mixture In our blood, cells and tissues, perfectly balanced, stable safe mixtures of redox signaling molecules exist. It turns out that such mixtures have close to neutral pH (7.35) … Continue reading

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New Science Provides Families a Healthy Edge

To Parents who are committed to protecting and nurturing a healthy, active family, a recent discovery in the field of Redox Biochemistry is showing remarkable effectiveness in keeping your family healthy. The science is close to two decades old now … Continue reading

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