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This simple video is an engaging and novel way to look at the power of Redox Signaling Molecules and how ASEA has captured this incredible science in a bottle. Please share your comments, questions, or insights!
Prepared by: Gary Samuelson, Ph.D. Robertson D. Ward, M.D., FAAFP David Carpenter, N.D., C.Ac., C.C.I. The North Carolina Research Campus, and the Appalachian State University Human Performance Laboratory, under the direction of Dr. David Nieman’s world renowned team of scientists, … Continue reading
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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
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
The healing process in the body is the most important physical attribute we have. Without the body’s ability to heal itself from injury or illness we would not be able to survive for any length of time, let alone have … Continue reading
The Science of Healing Revealed: New Insights into Redox Signaling by Gary L. Samuelson, Ph.D. This 60 page book is an insightful, easy read. Written in simple and easy to understand terminology without losing the importance or impact of this … Continue reading
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
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