The Redox Breakthrough
What if there were a simple way to address this cellular breakdown? Not just mask the symptoms, but actually attack problems at the source— the genetic level?
ASEA has developed a unique breakthrough product technology that has been scientifically tested and shown to signal the activation of genetic pathways or affect genes that:
- Improve immune system health
- Help maintain a healthy inflammatory response
- Help maintain cardiovascular health and support arterial elasticity
- Improve gut health and digestive enzyme production
- Modulate hormone balance to support vitality and wellness
ASEA Redox is the first and only supplement on the market that contains active redox signaling molecules, powerful cellular messengers that help protect, rejuvenate, and restore cells. These molecules, native to the human body, are created through a groundbreaking, patented process that reorganizes molecules of natural salt and purified water into redox signaling molecules.
Redox signaling works at the cellular level to help protect, rejuvenate, and restore cells.
ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement
Millions of people around the world suffer from weak immune systems, unhealthy inflammatory response, cardiovascular issues, digestive complaints, and hormone imbalance. These challenges may result from age or environmental factors such as stress, diet, and even the air we breathe. In fact, current research shows that some lifestyle choices can actually turn off genes, affecting all systems of the body.
Global wellness trends in five broad areas of health reflect this cellular breakdown.
As many as 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease. Symptoms can affect all organs.
Hormone imbalances, affecting the production of key sex hormones, account for billions of dollars in healthcare costs.
Chronic inflammation, often triggered by stress, is linked to almost all major causes of disease death in the United States.
Digestive diseases are the second leading cause of disability due to illness in the United States.
One in every three deaths in the United States has cardiovascular disease listed as the underlying cause.