ASEA Reviews: Danielle Matthews

Danielle gives us insight into her life and what life was like after she was hit by a drunk driver. She has a degree in biology and gave ASEA a try. She recounts that ASEA had helped her recover and have more energy than ever. She wanted to work hard for herself and be successful and ASEA helped her do that.

ASEA Reviews: Paula Loges

Paula shares the success she found through ASEA. She was disabled for seven years and felt like there was obstacle after obstacle in her way to a successful life. She and her husband found health through ASEA and in turn they shared their health with others by selling ASEA.

ASEA Reviews: Dr Carolyn Hoffman

Dr Carolyn Hoffman was born in the UK and became a professional dancer before becoming engrossed in the natural health world. ASEA was the missing link in her health process. She believes it is the link between doing everything you can to live healthy and nutritiously and actually seeing benefits from those actions.

ASEA Reviews: Debbie Wetzler

Debbie was a hardworking single mom doing everything she could to make ends meet and was in danger of losing her house. She found the breakthrough science of ASEA just before she was going to be foreclosed on and was able to start fresh with ASEA. She was even able to pay for part of her son’s recent wedding.

ASEA Reviews Michelle Salt

Michelle is a Canadian Paralympic Snowboarder. She recounts how she was in a serious motorcycle accident and her miraculous survival story. She gained a perspective on life that only comes after coming so close to losing your life. She is determined to make the most of every minute she has and to never stop living and loving life.

ASEA Reviews: Stevie and Sara

Stevie and Sara are focused on always becoming more. They have three boys and live in Sydney Australia. They review how they not only home school and dedicate time to ASEA and their family, but how they go above and beyond making sure that they are always pushing themselves to become better and help their children succeed!

ASEA Reviews: Lourene Bevaart

Lourene Bevaart reviews why being active is so important to her and to her family. She and her two girls find joy and fulfillment in striving to be the best they can be and that includes placing an importance on physical activity and wellness. She wants her two daughters to grow up having confidence and learning life lessons through their physical activities.

How ASEA Redox Technology Changed the Game for Professional Swimmer Cody Miller

In 2016, Cody Miller won the Olympic bronze medal for the 100-meter breaststroke, and he won a gold medal in the men’s relay. He has won seven international medals for the breaststroke. In 2018, Cody did not qualify for the World Championships due to a torn MCL band in his knee.

Joint and tendon health are incredibly important for athletes, especially swimmers. Strokes like the breaststroke (which has a kick similar to a frog’s kick) move the joints in unnatural ways and put a lot of pressure on the connective tissues. Swimmers train in the water for roughly twenty hours a week. That’s twenty hours of unnatural joint pressure and movement, and that took a toll on Olympic swimmer Cody Miller’s knee.

Cody started working with some of the world’s best doctors to try and help his knee, and they all gave him the same devastating news: He needed surgery and then 12-18 months to recover. That time frame could potentially end a professional swimming career.

Cody underwent a painful surgery, and it was a success, but the recovery time was brutal for his competitive spirit. For two months he did the physical therapy to try and restore his knee, but the progress was slow and exhausting. Cody tried every over-the-counter supplement he could find to help joint and tendon recovery. 

Unfortunately, nothing seemed to make a difference. So, being a big fan of ASEA Redox Cell Signaling Supplement, Cody decided to try and use it to help his recovery. ASEA reviews their products to ensure their quality, and he knew this.

With the addition of ASEA Redox, he started seeing big improvements in his physical therapy training. The noticeable improvements bolstered his spirits and gave him the boost he needed to push himself harder. The physical therapy was vital to healing his joints, and having the ability and energy to complete his sessions got him back into the pool within a few weeks.

When asked how he overcame such a major setback, Cody responded, “I had a team of wonderful people who helped me every day. ASEA redox technology supported my joints throughout the journey.” Cody has said the Olympic specialists he works with were shocked at his speedy recovery and return as a top ranking swimmer. 

Cody put in the hard work and used ASEA Redox Supplement, and a recovery that was supposed to take 12-18 months was cut in half. ASEA reviews and scientifically tests all their products to ensure their sponsored athletes have their best chance at competing.

Joint and tendon health are incredibly important for athletes, especially swimmers. Strokes like the breaststroke (which has a kick similar to a frog’s kick) move the joints in unnatural ways and put a lot of pressure on the connective tissues. Swimmers train in the water for roughly twenty hours a week. That’s twenty hours of unnatural joint pressure and movement, and that took a toll on Olympic swimmer Cody Miller’s knee.

Cody started working with some of the world’s best doctors to try and help his knee, and they all gave him the same devastating news: He needed surgery and then 12-18 months to recover. That time frame could potentially end a professional swimming career.

Cody underwent a painful surgery, and it was a success, but the recovery time was brutal for his competitive spirit. For two months he did the physical therapy to try and restore his knee, but the progress was slow and exhausting. Cody tried every over-the-counter supplement he could find to help joint and tendon recovery. 

Unfortunately, nothing seemed to make a difference. So, being a big fan of ASEA Redox Cell Signaling Supplement, Cody decided to try and use it to help his recovery. ASEA reviews their products to ensure their quality, and he knew this.

With the addition of ASEA Redox, he started seeing big improvements in his physical therapy training. The noticeable improvements bolstered his spirits and gave him the boost he needed to push himself harder. The physical therapy was vital to healing his joints, and having the ability and energy to complete his sessions got him back into the pool within a few weeks.

When asked how he overcame such a major setback, Cody responded, “I had a team of wonderful people who helped me every day. ASEA redox technology supported my joints throughout the journey.” Cody has said the Olympic specialists he works with were shocked at his speedy recovery and return as a top ranking swimmer. 

Cody put in the hard work and used ASEA Redox Supplement, and a recovery that was supposed to take 12-18 months was cut in half. ASEA reviews and scientifically tests all their products to ensure their sponsored athletes have their best chance at competing.

How to Stay Healthy While Working from Home

Life is funny. Often, a person wants what they don’t have. But when they get it, they realize it isn’t what they want. Take working in an office for example. When you go into the office every day, the thought of working from home sounds like a dream. If you worked at home, you could eat a nutritious home-cooked lunch, have a little more time in the morning to exercise since the morning commute would no longer exist, and avoid the distractions of the office. 

Now, after several months of involuntarily working from home, people have gotten a little taste of the work-from-home dream. They have gotten to see whether or not they do a longer workout or make a nutritious lunch. Fortunately, there are some things that can improve the home office experience while also boosting health.

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The Daily Workout

That’s right. Exercise makes everything better. If only it weren’t so hard! But the truth of working at home is people are spending a lot more time on the sofa or in the office chair than ever before. That’s why scheduling thirty minutes of heart-rate-increasing movement is so important. Yes, just thirty minutes! Here’s an awesome fact: Science Daily posted an article that states 30 minutes of exercise is just as good as 60 minutes. Goodbye, long workouts! 

Prep Your Meals

Yes, you are home, and yes the fridge is just across the room, but planning in advance what you are going to eat has two great benefits. One, you can plan something healthy. Two, when it’s lunchtime, you don’t have to walk to the fridge, open the door, and stare blankly inside while you try to decide what you’re in the mood to eat. You already have it ready and waiting.

Make ASEA Products and Hydration Priorities

ASEA reviews current health trends and offers amazing products that target the building blocks of wellness: your cells. The ASEA Via supplements are created from whole food nutrients to ensure your body can absorb the vitamins and minerals. ASEA Redox supplement targets cellular health, ensuring optimum cellular restoration, rejuvenation, and maintenance. ASEA reviews all its products for quality and efficacy because they care about your health. And while you’re boosting your cellular health, be sure to drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. Hydration is a key factor in a healthy immune system, and a healthy immune system is the foundation for lifelong health. 

So whether you’ve realized working from home is in fact the dream lifestyle you imagined it would be, or you’re ready to rejoin society, be sure to take care of your body. It’s the only one you’ll ever have.