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Tag Archives: Cell (biology)
Redox Signaling Molecules in a Gel?
ASEA Global, located in Pleasant Grove, Utah, has spent the last decade cementing its brand as the leader in Redox Biochemistry based products. Their catch phrase “We are Redox” incapsulates that goal. During it’s first 5 years it was a … Continue reading
Patents and New Information on Redox Signaling Supplement
We’ve had a number of requests for patent information on the manufacturing, process, and solution known as ASEA Redox Signaling Supplement. Currently 6 of the 30 medical and mechanical patents have been approved for use by ASEA and Independent Associates. … Continue reading
Scientific Progress in Redox Biochemistry
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) and the reactive byproducts that these molecules generate are now recognized as serving physiological, as well as pathological, functions in cells and organisms. With advances in detection methods, researchers are beginning to discover the molecular targets … Continue reading
Posted in Anti-Aging, Health and Wellness, Redox Signaling Tagged asea, Biology, Cell (biology), Oxidative stress, Reactive Oxygen Species, ROS 1 Comment
The Health Continuum, Where are YOU?
Take out a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. Draw a straight line horizontally from left to right. At the point on the far left end write – 100% optimal health. As good as it can get. Near … Continue reading
A Family Physician talks about Asea
Dr. Robert Ward is a practicing family physician in Richmond, Kentucky. Dr Ward was recently introduced to Asea and has had the opportunity to use it with his patients. This video provides some insight from a physicians perspective as to … Continue reading
Posted in Health and Wellness, Redox Signaling Tagged asea, Cell (biology), cells, cellular health, doctor, health, medicine, Molecule, physician, reactive molecules, redox signaling Leave a comment
Breakthrough should equal One of a Kind
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 … Continue reading
What is Asea?
What is Asea? You’re going to be hearing a lot about Asea (pronounced Uh-see-uh) in the coming months. A scientific discovery that is sending a shock wave through the world of athletics and soon the world of health and wellness. … Continue reading