September 15, 2020
tem & Cellular Health
Health & Wellness— What does science say is possible?
Science doesn't know what is possible. Doctors, nutritionists and scientists can't even make up their mind about whether eating eggs is good or bad. In fact we are now learning that if you eat according to the dietary food pyramid or My Plate as defined by the USDA, you increase your chances for obesity and poor health.
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The Appeal of Integrative Medicine
In 1847, the American Medical Association (AMA) was established to try to regulate medical care. This governing body controls state medical boards and determines whether doctors can receive or maintain hospital privileges, and whether they can keep their medical license. A medical license can be revoked for reasons other than incompetence, such as deviating from what is known as the "standard of care." The NIH (National Institute of Health) defines 'alternative medicine' as non-mainstream practices that are used in place of conventional or traditional medicine.
So why would someone look to alternative medicine? One reason is that 150 million Americans suffer from at least one incurable chronic disease. A common criticism of traditional medicine is that medical doctors have a tendency to treat symptoms with medications because there is no known cure. (FDA approved drugs come with a list of potential negative side effects, 75 per drug on average.) A frequent criticism of alternative medicine is that it relies on anecdotal evidence and is not based on clinical trials, plus the occasional sensationalism or false claims made by certain dietary supplements. Both sides to the traditional vs alternative medicine have their points, but both sides are also wrong in some of their arguments.
This is why more people are becoming aware of the need for bringing traditional and alternative practices together in Integrative Medicine.
The appeal of integrative medicine is:
- Empowerment of the individual to participate in and take responsibility for his or her own health
- Recognition and emphasis on lifestyle issues, such as proper nutrition, exercise, adequate rest, and emotional and spiritual balance
- Treatment of the individual as a whole person, as opposed to a series of parts
- Emphasis on preventing disease and maintaining health
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You can get healthy. But how to you know how? There is always conflicting advice. The first place to start if you want to improve your health is to decide what's working for you and what's not.
Today, three types of definition of health seem to be possible and are used. The first is that health is the absence of any disease or impairment. The second is that health is a state that allows the individual to adequately cope with all demands of daily life (implying also the absence of disease and impairment). The third definition states that health is a state of balance, an equilibrium that an individual has established within himself and between himself and his social and physical environment.
Wellness is about more than just physical health. Most models of wellness include at least 6 dimensions and sometimes up to 9 or 12:
- Physical: A healthy body.
- Mental: Engagement with the world.
- Emotional: Accepting ourselves & others.
- Spiritual: Our search for meaning and purpose.
- Social: Connecting with others.
- Environmental: A healthy physical environment.
The Keto Diet & ASEA
The Keto Diet is the most searched diet on Google. In fact it has up to 10 million searches per month, greater than all other diets combined. The reason—it works.
Keto is probably the easiest way to help boost your metabolism, stop cravings, boost energy, improve your health, eliminate brain fog, and reduce belly fat fast.
But what benefit would taking ASEA's Redox Molecules do for those wanting to lose weight?
Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D., C.N.S.
As one of the world’s foremost experts in functional and integrative medicine, Ann Louise holds an M.S. in Nutrition Education from Columbia University, has the title of Certified Nutrition Specialist (C.N.S.) from the American College of Nutrition and a Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition. She has also served as the Chief Nutritionist of Pediatric Clinic at Bellevue Hospital and is the former Director of Nutrition at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Santa Monica, CA. She has won numerous awards, including The American Medical Writers Association Award for Excellence.
Over the years, Ann Louise has been a regular health contributor on several television shows and networks, including 20/20, Dr. Phil, The View, Good Morning America, Extra, FitTV and The Early Show. In addition, her work has been featured on ABC, CNN, PBS, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CBN, Fox News and the BBC.
Our ability to stay healthy, have more energy and greater vitality relies on how well our cells function. The function of every cell in the body relies on something called redox signaling—cellular messages that help protect, rejuvenate, and restore our cells. Redox signaling is at the forefront of medical research supporting its vital function in every major system of the body.
Redox signaling molecules are produced in every cell of the body through natural metabolic processes. Until the 21st century, such biological processes were the only known source of redox signaling molecules. That changed in the early 2000s, when ASEA developed its groundbreaking, patented process to produce redox signaling molecules from refined salt and purified water, the same as our body makes them—making the first and only supplement on the market verified to contain active redox signaling molecules.
ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement affects health at the genetic level. It is the only redox supplement certified to contain active redox signaling molecules.
Drinking ASEA REDOX every day is such a simple thing to do, and it enhances the ability of every cell in your body to function correctly, allowing you to experience the vitality of true health and wellness.
ASEA REDOX is produced in an FDA and NSF registered facility and is certified by an independent third-party lab to contain active redox signaling molecules.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
While most ordinary dietary supplements provide only nutrients the human body does not synthesize, the biological deficiencies caused by aging and cellular breakdown go deeper than just nutrition. 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.
The FDA considers drugs unsafe until proven safe and dietary supplements safe until proven unsafe. The FDA treats Dietary Supplements like special foods. They insist on a disclaimer that states this product is not intended to "diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.” The FDA believes this disclaimer is necessary since they have not approved the supplement carrying the label, but believe the supplement to be safe.
When the FDA approves a drug, the drug manufacturer and pharmacy are required to provide the patient with a list of potential negative side effects. A study in the Archives of Internal Medicine shows the average prescription drug label lists 70 potential side effects, with many of the more commonly prescribed medications listing around 100-such risks. One medication in the study lists 525 potential side effects.
The FDA disclaimer on supplements is really about truth in advertising. It is about not allowing supplement manufacturers and sellers to make false or misleading statements.
As a dietary supplement, ASEA products are not FDA approved but are FDA regulated and made in an FDA approved lab. ASEA cares deeply about following the guidelines set forth by the FDA and always makes sure to stay up to date with any changes in the regulations or manufacturing practices.
Safety and Effectiveness
- Since this is relatively new technology, ASEA’s first priority was to establish their product’s safety. The ASEA safety study was conducted to show that ASEA Redox Cell Signaling Supplement was safe. Participants used the supplement for 12 weeks and reported no adverse effects.
- ASEA has invested in third-party research and spent over $5 million to test ASEA Redox Supplement and the technology behind improving cellular health. All results show that ASEA is safe for human consumption, tissues, organs, and bodily systems.
- As a dietary supplement, ASEA products are not FDA approved but are FDA regulated. ASEA cares deeply about following the guidelines set forth by the FDA and always makes sure to stay up to date with any changes in the regulations or manufacturing practices.
- BioAgilytix Labs, a leading bioanalytical testing lab, has verified the existence of redox signaling molecules in both ASEA Redox Supplement and RENU 28, providing independent third-party scientific validity of the nature of the company’s products.
- ASEA never uses animal testing.
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