Category Archives: Redox Signaling

Rich Roll “Fittest Guy in the World” Goes on Media Tour

Fitness Magazine named him one of the world’s fittest men in 2009.  In 2010 Rich Roll was introduced to ASEA and had such an eye-popping experience he is now going on a multi-city tour in the US speaking to TV, … Continue reading

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You Asked, Dr. Samuelson Answered

Here are a number of questions commonly asked about Redox Signaling and ASEA, a new product containing balanced Redox Signaling Molecules.  Dr. Gary L. Samuelson, Ph.D. Atomic Medical Physicist has provided answers to these questions. What are the reactive Redox … Continue reading

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New Video Explains the Breakthrough Science and Story Behind ASEA

This short video presentation tells the story of the new science and breakthrough discovery of Redox Signaling Molecules.  This product has been studied and researched as broadly as any pharmaceutical but because it is listed as a supplement there are … Continue reading

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Redox Biochemistry in Health and Aging How Cells Heal Themselves – Gary Samuelson PhD

This video is a preview of a lecture given at the 2010 18th international A4M conference in Orlando. To learn more about the A4M Visit WorldHealth.net. The A4M is dedicated to the advancement of technology to detect, prevent, and treat … Continue reading

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Redox Signaling Molecules Tune up Cell’s Communication Channels

Every cell in the body MUST be able to communicate with its neighboring cells in order to function correctly. Communication channels exist that allow messengers to run back and forth between cells. These messengers actually program the DNA in the … Continue reading

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Redox Signaling Provides Anti-Aging Benefits

As we age, the healing process becomes less efficient. Cells and tissues that are damaged or inefficient are not repaired or replaced as efficiently. Gradually these damaged or inefficient cells divide and proliferate, taking over the healthy “young” tissue and … Continue reading

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Redox Signaling Helps in the Preservation and Restoration of Healthy Tissues and Cells

When cells and tissues are damaged, by everyday living (sunlight, toxins, cuts, scrapes, exercise, infections, radiation etc.) they send out redox signaling messages for help. This starts a cascade of messengers that are quickly spread throughout the affected area where … Continue reading

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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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