ASEA Science FAQ

Redox Signaling Biochemistry ASEA Science FAQ

Q. What is redox? Redox refers to a biologically significant electron-transfer reaction. It plays an important support role in many life-sustaining processes of the body, including energy-providing metabolism functions.

Q. ASEA Science FAQ – What is cell signaling?
A: Healthy body maintenance depends on the communication between cells within every tissue, organ, or system. These vital intercellular communications ensure that messages can be sent and received between cells to control cell production, repair and initiate other processes, as well as perform other functions. Cell signaling molecules are the molecules that participate in this communication.

Q. ASEA Science FAQ – Is cell signaling equal to redox signaling.
A: The body makes small molecules with redox potency during cellular respiration. These redox molecules are called redox signals molecules. Because many of them have the ability to perform cell signaling functions these redox molecules form their own important class, called redox signaling molecular. Redox signaling is the term for any cell signaling function that is performed specifically by redox signals molecules.

Q. ASEA Science FAQ – How are redox signaling proteins made?
A: Through natural metabolic processes, redox signaling molecules can be produced in every cell. These biological processes were the only source of redox signals molecules known up to the 21st Century. This changed when ASEA’s patented process for producing redox signals molecules from refined salt water was patented in 2000. It is now the only supplement that can be verified to contain active redox signals molecules.

Q. If my body makes redox signaling molecules why would I need to supplement them?
A: Although most dietary supplements only provide nutrients that the body cannot synthesize, biological deficiencies caused by aging or cellular breakdown can cause more than just nutritional deficiencies. As stress, diet, air quality, and other environmental factors cause cellular breakdown over time, the body’s naturally supplied balance of redox signaling molecules is compromised–creating a need for supplemental redox molecules like those found in ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement.

Q. Is there a link between redox signaling, gene expression, and both?
A: ASEA in 2016 commissioned a scientific investigation that used gene expression to determine the performance of ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling supplement. ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement was commissioned in 2016 to conduct a scientific study that used gene expression as the key performance indicator.
A: The nucleus, also known as the “brain” of the cell, holds information about the cell’s specialized functions in small sections of DNA called genes. Gene expression refers to the way genetic information is accessed to control cellular function. Without it, cells wouldn’t be able to carry out life-sustaining tasks. ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling supplement has been shown to positively affect gene expression, thereby helping to preserve, rejuvenate and improve cellular function.

Q. What is pathway signaling?
A: A series or cascade of chain reactions that are initiated by signals at cellular level. These signals cue cellular responses that maintain a balanced biological activity. These cellular responses are governed by signaling pathways, which determine their overall impact on the body. Some pathways can have a broad impact on a variety of physiological behaviors. The genes that are affected by ASEAREX have a significant impact on five important areas of health.

  • Vascular Health
  • Innate Immune System Response
  • Inflammation Reduction
  • Hormone Modulation
  • Digestive Enzyme Production

Redox Signaling Research ASEA Science FAQ

Q. ASEA Science FAQ – What type of research has been done in redox signaling research? Answer: Redox signaling research is an evolving area within the fields cell biology and metabolic research. 1999 saw the establishment of a peer-reviewed journal that studies the critical role of redox reactions in human health and disease. According to estimates, there are tens of thousands of peer-reviewed papers related to this topic.

Q. When was redox signaling first discovered?
A: Although the study and discovery of human cells began in 19th century, it was only in the second half of the 20th century that cells were fully understood and analyzed in sufficient detail to allow for the observation and theorization of the signaling mechanisms behind their activity. In 1999, the role played by redox in cell signaling had been sufficiently understood to warrant the creation of a peer reviewed scientific journal.

Q. What was the difference between cell signaling and discovery of cells?
A: In the 1930s and 1940s, discoveries were made about metabolism and cell respiration that revealed how the body uses oxygen and other redox processes to fuel its vital functions. Although research in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s gave us some insight into the molecular basis for cell signaling, scientific papers did not begin to address cell signaling as an independent discipline until the ’80s or ’90s.

Redox Signaling Technology ASEA Science FAQ

Q. How did ASEA create its proprietary redox-signaling technology? A. Verdis Norton, ASEA founder, was introduced to redox signaling biochemistry by serving as a board member of a Utah biotech firm. Although preliminary research in redox molecule synthesizer had shown promising results, they were unable to raise the funds necessary to continue with the project. Verdis, along with a few of their close associates, was convinced that the technology had great potential and decided to purchase it. ASEA hired its own team of scientists, engineers, doctors, and medical professionals to develop the technology. They also conducted a safety analysis and developed a scaleable method of producing ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling supplement and other future redox signaling products.

Q. Is the technology behind ASEA’s redox products patentable?
A: Yes. ASEA has patented the production processes of its redox products, including ASEA REDOX Cell signaling Supplement, RENU28 Revitalizing Redox gel, and RENUAdvanced Advanced Intensive Redox serum. Information about patents is available upon request.

Q. How can I tell if redox products have been tested for safety?
A: Redox signaling is a natural biological process and occurs in all cells of the body. ASEA products contain redox signaling molecules that are naturally found in the body, and can be easily assimilated. Research has consistently demonstrated that ASEA’s products for redox have been safe and effective. For recommended serving quantities based on age, please refer to the product label.

Q. Where are ASEA Redox Products Made?
A: All ASEA Redox Products are manufactured at the ASEA Redox Center. This FDA-registered and NSF-registered facility is located within one mile of ASEA’s global headquarters in Pleasant Grove. Utah. ASEA owns and operates the ASEA Redox Center to comply with all FDA Good Manufacturing Practices. These GMP requirements can be found in Section 8 NSF/ANSI 173, which is the only American National Standard for the dietary supplement industry that has been accredited in accordance to the FDA’s 21 CFR Part 111.

Q. What is ASEA? A. ASEA Redox supplements are the only products in the world that contain active redox signaling chemicals, which positively affect gene expression. Four ounces of ASEA Redox supplement twice daily will boost your body’s natural redox signaling molecules. This will help to preserve and rejuvenate cells and maintain optimal cell function.

ASEA Redox Supplement has been proven to increase immune system health, support healthy inflammatory responses, maintain cardiovascular health, support arterial elasticity, improve gut health, digestive enzyme production, and regulate hormone balance for vitality and well-being.

Q. Is ASEA safe for drinking?
A: Yes ASEA is completely safe and non-toxic. ASEA Redox is a native product of the body. Redox signaling molecules naturally occur in the body. ASEA has invested millions in research and studies to ensure that their products are safe. They continue to improve their products. They have the highest production standards.

Q Has ASEA been approved by FDA?
A: ASEA’s production plant is FDA registered and subject to regular inspections. ASEA has agreed to comply with all Food and Drug Administration guidelines for dietary supplements. ASEA’s facility has been certified kosher, NSF registered, and is GMP compliant.

Q. Does ASEA work?
A: ASEA spends time and money testing their products. Medical doctors have tested their products and found that ASEA water reduces oxidative damage. Taueret Laboratories was commissioned by ASEA to investigate the effects of ASEA water on activating genes. The researchers found a 31% increase in gene expression in five genes, which have the potential of influencing many biological responses. These genes are important for the immune system, vascular and hormone health, as well as hormone modulation and inflammation reduction.

Q: Is ASEA chlorine dioxide?
A: ASEA Redox Supplement contains small amounts of chlorine to create the chemical reaction that is necessary to contain signaling molecules. However, the levels are very low and safe for human consumption. ASEA is composed of deionized water, and sodium chloride. These are vital ingredients for the redox signaling compounds it contains.

Q. How long does ASEA take to get working?
A: ASEA works immediately after consumption. Tests have shown that cells respond within 30 minutes. ASEA products are effective within five to seven days. ASEA also offers a health awareness tool that tracks changes in the body during and after use of their products. This allows consumers to focus on the positive results they see.

Q: Does ASEA help arthritis?
A: Inflammation of the joints can cause arthritis. Taueret Laboratories was partnered by ASEA to examine the effects of ASEA Redox Supplement on the body. One example of such a finding was a 20-31% rise in gene expression abundance. Inflammation pathway reduction was one area that showed significant change. ASEA products can help reduce inflammation. Some forms of arthritis are caused in part by inflammation. ASEA users with arthritis have reported good results using ASEA products.

Q. What is redox signaling, you ask?
A: Cells make up the human body. Imagine it being built from Legos. Every Lego is a cell. Each mitochondria is inside every cell. If there is a problem with the cell, the mitochondria send out a signal.

The entire structure of a bridge made with Legos will be weakened if one Lego breaks. It is possible to fix the problem by replacing the defective block. This is what mitochondria do: replace or fix the damaged cell. This is done by releasing a small signal known as a redox signaling molecular. This molecule signals the body’s cells that something is needed to heal or be replaced.

Q: Is ASEA a con?
A: No. ASEA is the only shelf-stable supplement that has redox signaling molecules. Numerous scientists and doctors have studied ASEA and found that it activates genes and reduces oxidative stresses.

Q. What’s ASEA good at?
A: ASEA’s groundbreaking redox signaling technology allows for critical communication and connection between cells. This allows for optimal renewal and revitalization and supports the development of healthy new cells. A healthy redox signaling can be beneficial for many things, including a strong immune system and hormone modulation. ASEA was also tested and found to support cardiovascular health and reduce oxidative stress.

Q. Is ASEA only salt water?
A: No. ASEA is composed of two ingredients: sodium chloride and deionized. ASEA can be more. Third-party laboratory BioAgilytix has confirmed that ASEA contains redox signaling chemicals. This is the only supplement that has been certified by BioAgilytix to contain these molecules.

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