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The reason for starting the blog is quite simple.

Redox Signaling molecules.

Outside the world of redox signaling research, very few people have actually heard of these molecules. But they are incredibly important.

In fact, over the last few years scientists have been beavering away, looking at redox signaling molecules and publishing thousands of research articles about them (See Pub Med for details:  The reason for all this research is that it has recently been discovered that these molecules are central to all life on the planet.

They are formed within every cell of the body and  our  immune system and  cellular healing mechanisms depend on them for their effective functioning. A normal proper supply of Redox Signaling molecules means efficient cellular healing as damaged cells are either repaired or replaced by new, life-giving functional cells. The molecules also ensure our cells are protected too.

If you didn’t have redox signaling molecules, you’d die within seconds, that’s how important they are!

Saving for summer? Join our ASEA team as an Associate and start earning today

The summer is not too far away and so how wonderful it would be to have some extra pocket money to spend on that dream holiday in the sun while helping others improve their wellbeing.

Well, ASEA is making that all possible.

We are currently recruiting new ASEA Associates to join our flourishing team, which comprises members from around the globe including Associates from Norway, Denmark, France, the U.K. and the U.S. We are from all walks of life but what we have in common is a feeling that it’s our duty to get ASEA out there to those who need it as it has the potential to improve people’s health in unprecedented ways.

How much you earn is directly related to how many people you help so you’ll be doing something absolutely worthwhile and getting paid for it!  It doesn’t get much better, does it?


The redox signaling molecules contained in ASEA have never been stabilised before and with the process heavily patented, ASEA is unlikely to have any competitors for some time to come.

Also, as ASEA is relatively new (we launched in 2010), there are still many countries to open and therefore there is enormous potential to earn a very good income while helping to change lives.

This means that it’s a perfect time to join ASEA.

We have a special offer for new Associates on at the moment, whereby joining before June 1 and going on autoshop for three months will give you the fourth case for free.

If you’d like to know more, we would love to hear from you. Feel free to email us at: or you can sign up directly via our website:



ASEA now open in Finland, Denmark, Mexico and Romania!

Since opening in 2010, ASEA has seen huge growth and we’re very pleased to announce that ASEA is now open in Finland, Denmark, Mexico and Romania!

ASEA is now available in 20 countries: the UK, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the U.S.


ASEA in Mexico

Mexico is the most recent country to have joined ASEA and to help develop ASEA in Mexico, there is currently a  Mexico Sales Tour, which has just started and which runs through until the 3rd of April. Special guests include Diamond Executive Gerardo Reyes, Triple Diamond Executive Rose Mary Skinner, Dr. Gary Samuelson, the atomic physicist who helped to stabilise the molecules in ASEA, and VP of North America Sales Karen Reilley. The Tour will visit Mexicali, La Paz, Colima, Leon, Culiacan, Monterrey, Chihuahua and Guadalajara. Details can be found below and at: 

If you’re in Mexico and would like to join ASEA and attend the Tour, we would love to hear from you (you can email us at: in Spanish or English or go to our website: If you can’t make the dates below, there will be more in the future so send us an email and we will let you know of future meetings.

Mexico ASEA Sales Tour dates

Miércoles, 26 de Marzo
7pm-9pm Reunión de Oportunidad
Real Inn Mexicali
Av. De los Herodes y Blvd.
Adolfo López Mateos
201 CP 2100
Mexicali Baja California

La Paz
Jueves, 27 de Marzo
7pm-9pm Reunión de Oportunidad
Grand Plaza
Lote “A” Marina Fidepaz
P.o Box 482
La Paz, B. C. Sur, México

Sabado, 29 de Marzo
11:00am -1:00 pm Reunion de Oportunidad
1:00pm-2:00pm Pausa para Almuerzo
(Almuerzo no proporcionado)
2:00pm-4:00 pm Entrenamiento
Wyndham Garden
3er. Anillo Periférico 1100
Esq. Blvd. Camino Real
Col. Diezmo Colima
28010 MX

Lunes, 31 de Marzo
7pm-9pm Reunión de Oportunidad
Hotsson Hotel
Blvd Adolfo Lopez Mateos 1102 OTE
37270 León, Guanajuato, Mexico

Martes, 1 de Abril
7pm-9pm Reunión de Oportunidad
Hotel San Marcos
Culiacán 51
Hipódromo, Cuauhtémoc
80000 Culiacán, DF, México

Miércoles, 2 de Abril
8pm-10pm Reunión de Oportunidad
Safi royal Luxury Hotel
Av. Diego Rivera 555 OTE
Colonia: Valle Orientes
San Pedro Garza Garcia
C.P. 66269

Jueves, 3 de Abril 2014
7pm-9pm Reunión de Oportunidad
Soberano Hotel
Barranca del Cobre 3211
Fracc. Barrancas 31125
Chihuahua, Chih

Jueves, 5 de Abril 2014
11:00am -1:00 pm Reunion de Oportunidad
1:00pm-2:00pm Pausa para Almuerzo
(Almuerzo no proporcionado)
2:00pm-4:00 pm Entrenamiento
Riu Hotel
Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara
Av. Lopez Mateos, 830 – Fracc. Chapalita
Guadalajara – Jalisco


ASEA, safety and the detox effect

A common question we are asked by people interested in ASEA is how safe actually are the redox signaling molecules that it contains? Well, a lot of research has been done into this area with over $5 million dollars having been spent to ensure ASEA is safe for all organs, tissues and body systems.

The safety studies tested for many kinds of adverse effects, including endotoxicity, cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, reverse mutation, chromosomal aberration, and acute toxicity. Our own experience having taken it for two years and given it to many clients, is that it is 100% non-toxic and can be taken by anybody.

The safety studies are available at our website: 

Some people do experience what is called a detox reaction when they first take ASEA, although not everybody has this. This can manifest in for example, the worsening of symptoms, fever, headache and fatigue in some people. As the immune system begins to improve, the cells are cleared of all that is not serving the body well, as many people also experience when they do juice cleansing. It’s important to rest if you feel fatigued and let the ASEA do its job.

To help with the detox reaction or to prevent it,   the ASEA can be increased gradually from a lower to a higher dosage. Dosage will depend on the health of the person or if they are an athlete. For those with serious health challenges, the dosage may need to be increased more quickly. As part of our ASEA service, we provide our clients with a free consultation regarding dosage and further protocols so please get in touch if you would like any information.

First UK double blind research trial to test ASEA with cyclists

I’ve been helping set up Europe’s first independent double blind randomized clinical trial at Hull University to test ASEA and the exciting news is that the research will be taking place very soon. ASEA is conducting its own double blind research led by Dr David Nieman at the Appalachian University and I will post more information about these trials shortly.

Athletes will be interested to hear that the team of sports science researchers at Hull will be testing ASEA with a group of cyclists. As was shown in previous double blind trials, ASEA appears to improve endurance and recovery, with mice running 29% longer after taking ASEA compared with the placebo.

So if you’re into cycling, running, swimming, triathlons or are involved in other endurance sports,  watch this space for the research results later on in the year.

We hope to set up further research projects with ASEA at other British universities, so sports science and clinical researchers, as well as professional athletes are welcome to get in touch. ASEA has been certified by a WADA approved lab as being completely free of all banned substances so is perfect for competitive athletes.

Dr Rob Ward – Public Meetings in March in the UK

We are very excited to announce that Dr Rob Ward, (MD, FAAFP) a Board Certified GP with 30 years clinical practice, will again be visiting the UK starting with a meeting in Altrincham on March 19. Dr Ward is on ASEA’s Science Advisory Council. 

For a webinar by Dr Ward on the science of redox signaling,  please see

If you’d like to come to any of the meetings, please let us know. Our email: and our website:

Public Meetings with Dr Ward

Tuesday March 19, 7pm-9pm

Cresta Court Hotel, Church Street, Altrincham, Cheshire WA14 4DP

Wednesday March 20, 7pm-9pm

Cheltenham Town Centre, Dunalley Street 33, Cheltenham, GL50 4AP

Friday, March 22, 2013 6pm – 8pm

Cornerstone Community Centre, St. John’s Room, Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FL

Saturday March 23:  1pm – 4pm

Momentum Meeting with Justin Wilson, Regional Vice President of Europe and Dr. Rob Ward:

Sheraton Heathrow Hotel, Londay. Colnbrook Bypass, West Drayton UB7 0HJ   Tel: 0208 7592424

ASEA now open in Norway, Hungary and Austria!

Some great news ! ASEA is now open in Norway, Hungary and Austria and Norwegians will also be happy to hear that there is now an ASEA distribution centre in Oslo. 

The ASEA websites and videos are already available in German and will now become available in Norwegian and Hungarian. When you go to the JOIN tab, you will see all the open countries in the drop down menu and can order directly from tthis tab on our website.

ASEA is already available in the US, Canada, Slovenia, Spain,Germany, Ireland, France, Italy and the UK with more countries opening soon.

If your country is not yet open for ASEA, you can contact us at and  we will notify you when your country opens.

ASEA Information Meetings in the UK in November and December

Our ASEA UK team are hosting a range of free information events throughout the country  so you can find out about the science behind ASEA and how it can benefit your health and fitness.

To date we have had meetings and information stands in Norfolk, London, Manchester, Chester, Stirling, Glasgow, Devon, Saltburn and Birmingham with more planned over the coming months all over the UK.

In November, I will be co-hosting an event  at the Healing Clinic in York on November 10th from 10 – 11.30 am with Janine Forster and Trish Hawkins. For details of this event, please see:

In addition to this meeting, I’ll be co-hosting information meetings at the Mariott Hotel in York fortnightly with Cat Stell. These  meetings will also be an opportunity to find out more about the exciting business potential with ASEA for those who are interested in having a better quality of life while making a difference. For details:

If you’re based in Norfolk or Suffolk,  the ASEA East Team will be hosting an event at the Atrium in North Walsham, from 10.30am – 12pm. Not to be missed if you’re in the area!

For more information about ASEA and all our up and coming events, please drop us a line via the Contact form, have a look at our website: or alternatively email us at: If you go to an ASEA event, please let the host know you heard about ASEA from My Redox Signalling Molecules.


Why is ASEA such a huge health breakthrough?

A question that is often asked is why is ASEA such a huge breakthrough for health?

‘It’s only salt water isn’t it?’

No, anyone who says ASEA is ‘just salt water’ hasn’t done their homework and hasn’t tried it for themselves.

Yes, it is true that ASEA is made in Utah from pure water and pure salt, which is cured. However, it then undergoes a heavily patented process that oxidizes and reduces the salt water solution into the final product, which is a completely different solution. 

During the three and a half day process:

Sodium chloride is split into sodium and chlorine and water is split into hydrogen and oxgyen.

We then have 4 atoms – sodium, chlorine, hydrogen and oxygen.

Those 4 atoms are then rebuilt into exactly 16 molecules.

8 of these molecules are REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS) and 8 of these molecules are REDUCED SPECIES (RS)

The ROS include molecules such as h2O2 (hydrogen peroxide), O3 (ozone), various chlorine derivatives and others. The RS molecules include various molecules as well. The ROS are positively charged oxidizers and the RS are negatively charged.

Normally, h2O2, O3, etc. can be toxic but in this balanced form, it happens to be the only 100% non toxic substance tested in history that has zero LD50 (toxicity test) reaction. This means there is no inflammatory reaction from this no matter how much is used while simultaneously stimulating a protective mechanism (boosting endogenous antioxidants).

It is “supposed” to be impossible to put those 8 ROS and 8 RS molecules together in one liquid solution without them neutralizing each other. 

If salt water is electrolyzed, you will get some peroxides, ozone and other chemicals but they will simply degrade and neutralize back into salt water.

Dr Gary Samuelson, the atomic physicist, found a way to stabilise the molecules so that they do not revert back to salt water. In other words, we are able to replenish our cells with the very substance that our cells already contain.

That is why ASEA is such a huge health breakthrough.


(With thanks to Jo le Rose for the scientific explanation).






Dr David Nieman’s update on the latest double blind, randomized clinical trials with ASEA

Dr David Nieman and his team are currently conducting a series of double blind, randomized, placebo trials with ASEA at the Human Performance Lab in North Carolina in the United States. Their recent research included a complete composition analysis of ASEA,which showed that there is absolutely no doubt that ASEA contains redox signaling molecules, including superoxide, which is reactive. Redox signaling molecules, which scientists say are typically very transient, have been complexed in ASEA and do not escape the drink, a key issue for these researchers.

The focus of this current research is on metabolites. Metabolic reactions occur from eating and drinking or exercising. This results in  metabolic intermediates, hundreds of small molecules formed as food is metabolised or as muscles contract and carbs and fat are burned for fuel.Only in the last five years have scientists developed equipment to capture the shift in these metabolites.

There was a clear difference between athletes who drank ASEA and those who had the placebo. Researchers found that  drinking ASEA before exercise helps to bring fat out of what they believe is the abdominal fat area and makes it available to the athlete before they exercise. Then the muscles use the fats, sparing the carbohydrate in the muscles and allowing athletes to go longer.

As the human metabolomics data showed increased fatty acid mobilization following 7 days ingestion of ASEA, Dr Nieman’s team hypothesized that if this was the case, then endurance capacity in mice would improve compared with a salt water placebo.They therefore conducted an animal study to investigate this. The mice on ASEA had the ability to go 29% longer than those on the placebo!

Watch Dr Nieman’s presentation



World ranking climber says yes to ASEA and team GB starts their trial

Climbing isn’t an Olympic sport…. yet, but could well be by 2020. We have two professional climbers on our ASEA team. One is a world ranking climber in the top 5, who after 3 weeks of taking ASEA found it gave him more energy to train and compete. He’s just competed in the World Cup in Innsbruck and has done very well so big congrats to him. We have another elite climber in the team who is also in Innsbruck training with her country’s team and we also wish her all the best with the training, which we hear can be quite rigorous!

Our next ASEA athlete perhaps?

Two members of the GB climbing team and their coach, Tom Randall, have just received their ASEA for a 3 month trial. (For more information about Tom, see:  We look forward to hearing about their progress during the next few months.
ASEA can benefit every athlete regardless of the sport, and my next mission is to see if the amazing Tom Daley and other Devon divers would like to experience the benefits of ASEA. Have just emailed their coach in Plymouth so watch this space folks…