Cellular Science and Redox Signaling
We live in a fast-paced society that keeps us on a constant quest for more energy, better concentration, greater vitality—anything that will help us perform better and feel healthier. So doesn’t it seem odd that so many of us look to health products that don’t actually do anything for our health?
Our ability to stay healthy, have more energy, and greater vitality relies on how well our cells function. And the function of every cell in the body relies on something called redox signaling—cellular messages that help protect, rejuvenate, and restore cells.
Redox signaling is at the forefront of medical research, and interest in it has exploded in the last few years. More than 10,000 peer-reviewed papers have been written supporting its vital function in every major system of the body. In fact, an entire research journal is dedicated to redox signaling findings.
What are redox signaling molecules?
Redox signaling molecules are produced within every cell in your body and act as either cellular messengers or cellular activators.
The activator molecules carry the messages that tell your cells to activate antioxidants stored in your body. Antioxidants are chemicals (both naturally occurring and man-made) that keep oxidative free radicals in check and prevent them from causing other cellular damage. However, antioxidants don’t work unless activated by redox signaling molecules.
Messenger molecules are responsible for enabling proper cell communication within your body to ensure optimal performance of the immune system. They also activate your body's immune system to protect against bacteria, viruses, and infection.
Why is redox signaling so important?
Oxidative stress creates an imbalance between pro-oxidants and antioxidant systems in your body. An imbalance can be a result of several environmental factors such as exposure to pollutants, infections, poor diet, toxins, and radiation. To counter this, your body utilizes redox signaling molecules to communicate and to help maintain a healthy balance between pro-oxidants and antioxidants.
Your health depends on a balance between oxidative stress and antioxidant defenses. As we age, and as stress and environmental toxins inundate our lives and weaken our defenses, normal cellular function declines, and with it, the body’s ability to produce and maintain a proper balance of redox signaling molecules.
Through this process, these molecules support crucial immune system functions, as well as cell renewal and healing at every age, but our ability to utilize these molecules becomes less efficient as we age.
For many years, researchers have explored ways to supplement redox signaling molecules in your body to combat the effects of age, toxins, and environmental stress. ASEA has developed a patented technology that replicates these naturally occurring molecules outside of the body.
BioAgilytix Labs, Inc., specializes in large-molecule bioanalysis for pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, BioAgilytix is a global leader in outsourced laboratory services developing, optimizing and conducting bioanalytic testing, third-party validation, supporting pharmaceutical discovery, pre-clinical and clinical development and manufacturing.
In 2015, ASEA partnered with BioAgilytix Labs to work in unison with our internal product teams to monitor the quality of our production process and give the scientific validity of the nature of our products. This process helps to ensure that every product made is of the highest quality and endorsed scientific effectiveness.
Specializing in biomarker testing, their team of PhD-level experts validates the existence of redox signaling molecules in the product establishing the proven potential and value of ASEA’s promising and innovative products.
To maintain our BioAgilytix certification, ASEA provides a weekly product sampling for scientific assay to substantiate the existence of redox signaling in ASEA products and for product quality.
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