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This past week I was introduced to a new science which has taken up interest and my time in trying to understand more about Redox Signaling Molecules (RSM).

In 1998, two scientists won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of redox signaling molecules. Before this time, these molecules were thought of as the cellular waste produced by the cell’s energy powerhouse – the mitochondria.

Fast forward to 2007 and the first biotech company worldwide stabilized redox signaling molecules for human consumption. It’s 100% non-toxic, safe, and native to the body (unlike supplements). It’s made as made in the cell, from salt water, but put through an extensive 3-day process to stabilize the redox molecules.

Made from salt water within our cells, our redox signaling system instructs our cells to do things like activate our antioxidants to fight free radicals and do important things like repair, regenerate, and die off cells; and attack viruses and bacteria.

Science knows that the mitochondria begins to flake off and diminish function by 10% per year, starting age ten. By the time you are 50, you have 40% less energy than a 10 year old; by the time you are 60, you have 50% less (this we have all observed). And because the mitochondria make redox molecules as well as ATP, you have an increasingly less functional signaling system.

I’ve now read and watched hundreds of testimonials from people who are saying RSM has helped many ailments and conditions.  Today I’m trying RSM for myself and monitoring how my body reacts to it.  Watch this space for updates.

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