ASEA partnered with Taueret Laboratories, a leading genetic research laboratory, to conduct an eight-week study showing the effects of ASEA REDOX on the activation of human genes. Results of the study showed a 20 – 31% difference in gene expression abundance in five genes. The genes activated in this study are known as pathway signaling genes, meaning they have the potential to influence many biological responses. These genes are key in the health of the individual and play a vital role in five human health areas as well as dozens of pathways. → Click here to GET your Gene Study Summary
Third-party scientists tested to determine if exposure to ASEA REDOX increased production of antioxidants such as glutathione peroxidase. The test indicated that
exposure to ASEA REDOX did cause a marked increase in antioxidants without invoking an inflammatory response.
ASEA commissioned David C. Nieman, DrPH, of Appalachian State University, to conduct a study of the effects of ASEA REDOX on oxidative stress in the body. The results showed significant reduction of oxidative stress. They also experienced a lowering of the oxidized form of LDL cholesterol. These findings suggest that ASEA REDOX may help reduce oxidative stress and support cardiovascular health.