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) which is the average pH of blood and fluids carefully maintained in our bodies.

It should be noted that such stable balanced mixtures of redox signaling molecules CANNOT be formed by simply stirring together individual components (which would be toxic and imbalanced), non-toxic redox signaling complexes are formed electrochemically and enzymatically by complex reactions inside the cells and tissues.

The perfectly balanced complex mixtures of ROS and RS of redox signaling mixtures in the body, naturally having close to neutral pH and neutral redox potential (RP), can balance chemical equilibrium as required depending on the chemical environment they are in. This is the beauty of redox signaling messengers, they are everywhere and participate in all of the processes of life.

The ASEA discovery has developed the ability to duplicate this process and create the same perfectly balanced complex mixtures of ROS and RS of redox signaling mixtures outside of the body in a stable solution that can be ingested.

We’ll talk about the benefits this discovery provides you in an upcoming post!

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