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Redox Signaling Made Easy (and Fun)

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.

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Why ASEA for Athletes?

To competitive athletes who consistently push their bodies to the limit to outperform the competition and themselves, ASEA is the world’s first and only stable bio-active solution that increases your maximum aerobic capacity and speeds cellular healing through the power of Redox Signaling, providing the fuel of athletic performance and accelerated recovery.

ASEA, like no other drink, powder, pill, or supplement, will fuel your performance and accelerate your recovery.  The science is real, the product is science.

How does it do this?

You’ve got about 75 trillion cells in your body, and when you’re training or competing, nearly all of them are engaged…blood cells, muscle cells, brain cells, heart cells.  And every single one of those cells requires special little molecules to work at peak efficiency.  Scientists call them “Redox Signaling” molecules.

Redox Signaling molecules are so critical to cell function that your cells go ahead and make their own supply.  These amazing little molecules are first manufactured by your cells, and then later used by those same cells to do their jobs efficiently, whether that job is to power your muscles, pump more blood, facilitate the oxygen-exchange process, or rid your tissues of muscle-stiffening lactic acid.

Your body makes its own supply, but if you want to find a way to improve the performance, endurance, and recovery – to help your muscle cells, blood cells, heart cells, and brain cells work more efficiently – you need to look beyond what your own cells can do.  Because everyone else has cells that are doing the same things yours are doing to a lesser or greater extent depending on their own personal health and fitness.  If you want that kind of improvement, the kind that will give you an edge, you will need an outside source of Redox Signaling molecules.  ASEA is the only source of perfectly balanced Redox Signaling molecules to be found outside living cells, such as those of the human body.


  • ASEA is clinically proven, completely free of banned substances, and 100% safe.
  • It’s all about Power, Endurance, and Recovery.  No other product in the world uses the body’s own native, natural process to maximize all three.
  • Athletes who drink ASEA have a tremendous competitive advantage over those who don’t.
  • ASEA athletes are finding they can go farther, faster, longer without redlining their heart rate and going into critical oxygen debt.

ASEA: Performance Enhancement that is legal, ethical, and healthy.

See the studies and testing – The numbers are shocking.

International Olympic Committee Surprise; Food Supplements can Enhance Athletic Performance.

Food supplements can boost athletic performance, according to new advice from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that marks an about face from earlier positions.

The Swiss organisation said, “a very small number may enhance performance for some athletes” but did not go into specifics about what those supplements might be. Earlier advice from the IOC had warned athletes off food supplements as groups like the US Anti-Doping Agency do.

It said supplements must be, “used in accordance with current evidence under the guidance of a well-informed professional.”

“Athletes contemplating the use of supplements and sports foods should consider their efficacy, their cost, the risk to health and performance, and the potential for a positive doping test. Supplement use in young athletes should be discouraged, and the focus should be on consuming a nutrient-rich, well-chosen diet to allow for growth while maintaining a healthy body composition.”

The Olympic body added that supplementation does not compensate for, “poor food choices and an inadequate diet”.

“…but supplements that provide essential nutrients may be a short-term option when food intake or food choices are restricted due to travel or other factors.”

Read more on the IOC’s recommendations here.

ASEA is putting its product through rigorous testing and research to prove it has a tremendous impact on performance for athletes. Studies to date show the redox signaling molecules in ASEA are able power up aerobic performance.

As the energy requirements of the cells and tissues increase during aerobic activity, oxygen and sugars in the blood must be able to be transferred from the lungs and energy stores into the muscle cells and tissues. Waste products like CO2 and excess lactates must be transferred out of the cells and tissues and back into the blood and out of the body. The efficiency at which the cells can move oxgen fuel and waste products back and forth through the blood and cellular membranes determines how long the body can sustain aerobic activity. When the oxygen and energy demands of the muscle tissues exceed the ability of the body to maintain adequate delivery, the muscle cells and tissues start to burn internal energy stores anaerobically (without the use of oxygen), waste products (CO2 and lactates) start to build up and further interfere with the aerobic processes. When the internal energy stores of the muscle cells are exhausted, no more energy can be provided and muscle activity ceases completely.

Increasing the amount of balanced redox signaling molecules in the body helps normalize the redox potential in and around the cells and tissues. A balanced redox potential in the tissues increases the efficiency at which oxygen, fuels and wastes can be transferred in and out of cells and tissues, making the natural aerobic processes more efficient. If aerobic capacities are increased, then the natural length of time that aerobic activity can be sustained under high energy demands is also increased. The time that it takes to recover normal aerobic balance after an intense anaerobic effort is also shortened.

See the Report for ASEA on VO2max Athletic Endurance Enhancement Training

See the Report on ASEA Athletic Drug Testing – Cleared by US Anti-Doping Agency for Athletics.


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 how Asea works in the body and how the body uses the reactive molecules introduced by Asea to overcome physical ailments and problems.

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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 in background noise, where it typically belongs.

Unless, of course, it actually is something that hasn’t been done before. Ever.

That’s ASEA.

Sixteen years of foundational research led to the creation of the first and only perfectly balanced mixture of stabilized Redox Signaling molecules that exists outside the body. In case you haven’t heard of Redox Signaling molecules, they’re what your body creates to support the vital functions of the immune system. They’re so important that the body manufactures its own supply within the cells.

One set of these molecules is responsible for activating antioxidants. Here’s the deal: no matter how many antioxidants you ingest, they can’t fight even one free radical until they’re activated, so these molecules are important. The other set of molecules are essential for cellular communication, cellular protection, and the healing response.

So it’s easy to see why your own body makes these molecules. And until now, the body was the only source. But today there’s one more: ASEA.

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