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Anti-Aging with Bio-Identical Signaling

A little history – from my own experience

The main reason I want to share information about bio-identical signaling with you is that an older form of this technology (before it could be called “bio-identical”) has been extremely helpful to me. The idea of coming out with a new technology that is even better seems almost too good to be true. I bought my device, which was called “activated air,” six years ago after using it at my doctors office as I mentioned above. Once he introduced it to me, I immediately wanted to know more about it and when he connected me to Rowena at Eng3 I got a much better idea of what I was breathing for 20 minutes during my session at my doctor’s office.

It wasn’t long before I decided I had to get a device of my own so that I could use it every day for even longer periods of time. I had had firsthand experience, using it in conjunction with my personal nutritional protocol and supplement regime. I could feel the results, which included more energy. At personal appearances and speaking engagements, people told me I way defying the aging process and seemed to keep looking young.

I have to admit that the price of the device made me gulp during that initial phone conversation with Rowena, but I checked into financing it which worked out great as I just knew it would be money well spent and, in that spirit, made the investment. I have used the device regularly for the last six years and wouldn’t want to be without it. I figured out how to give sessions to my cats as well which I explain in my Holistic Cat Care book.

I personally feel this device is one of the best anti-aging and recovery tools I know of and, over time, one of the most economical when you amortize it over the length of time it has performed flawlessly. I know what I have saved by having my own device, in time, gas and treatment costs at my doctor’s office.

Many thanks to Eng3 for helping me to understand this technology. I am delighted they have come out with something even better which I hope to acquire one day soon. In the meantime I expect to see a lot more people taking advantage of this fantastic technology, as the term “bio-identical signaling” is becoming more widely used and more people, especially baby boomers, will want to have this device as part of their own anti-aging and wellness protocols.

The Eng3 Corp offers more information and their staff will be happy to assist you. You can even tell them you learned about it here at my blog. Ask your doctor if it is right for you, as it may even be something he or she might like to utilize in his or her own regime or practice. It certainly has been right for me!

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Celeste Yarnall

Celeste Yarnall, PhD shares musings on myriad of topics at her Celestial Musings Blog. She is the author of The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care with Jean Hofve, DVM and Paleo Dog. Celeste is an actress/producer/activist/writer and keynote speaker. She and her husband Nazim Artist created the Art of Wellness Collection and are the producers of Femme: Women Healing the World. They live in Los Angeles, California with their beloved Tonkinese cats. Join Celeste at her website or on Facebook.

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7:10AM PDT on Jul 6, 2012

Sounds good but the price will keep this out of reach for most people.

12:17AM PDT on Jun 24, 2012

Never heard of 'second messengers' before. Interesting.

11:53PM PDT on Jun 23, 2012

Sounds wonderful - when you have the time and money !

1:16PM PDT on Jun 22, 2012

thanks

8:32AM PDT on Jun 22, 2012

thanks for the info

1:56AM PDT on Jun 22, 2012

Great article thanks for sharing

5:13PM PDT on Jun 21, 2012

Thanks!

12:28PM PDT on Jun 21, 2012

(Continued in hopes to shed the more scientific aspect of this amazing device. Can you explain photosynthesis? If you can then this cascade activated by Nano V may resonate) Feel free to contact Rowena Gates at http://www.Eng3Corp.com Rowena and her husband Hans Eng, are lovely people and dear friends. I simply enjoy sharing what they have devoted their lives to bringing to us and thank them for this because I wouldn’t be without my device.

"Varieties of simple redox signaling molecules include hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), hydrogen superoxide (HO2), hypochlorous acid (HOCl), nitric oxide (NO), singlet oxygen (O-), and many others. The molecules comprise the antioxidant barriers that signal messengers and carriers to carry out oxidative response, the defense against oxidative-stress damage."


– H. Eng & P. Monaghan

12:22PM PDT on Jun 21, 2012

Or, if they can find no molecules to combine with, ROS emit their own excitation energy that signals sensor molecules to trigger the oxidative response through Redox Signaling, defending cell functioning.

It should be clear, then, why humans are healthier when their cells can call on more signals for Oxidative Response. Unfortunately, however, as we age, our ability to make these important messengers diminishes; or, an increase in anti-oxidants may overwhelm them.

But cells are able to balance their negative effects using the Reactive Oxygen Species’ signal-emitting capacity. The body produces enzymes within cells that mix, stabilize, and balance ROS and RS to form balanced Redox Signaling complexes. As those float around the cell, antioxidant barriers, positioned strategically within the cell, readily neutralize them so as to protect sensitive structures such as DNA.

This is one way the human body works continuously to maintain cellular health. The process is one of producing sufficient amounts of reactive molecules to expel harmful components and to clean up the oxidative stress and free radical damage that occur within cells. As long as this balancing process runs smoothly, the reactive molecules are controlled, and the immune and healing systems function well.

Varieties of simple redox signaling molecules include hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), hydrogen superoxide (HO2), hypochlorous acid (HOCl), nitric oxide (NO), singlet oxygen (O-), and many others. The mol

12:21PM PDT on Jun 21, 2012

More about Signals for Oxidative Response

Signals for Oxidative Response emanate from Redox Signaling Molecules, which are produced primarily by mitochondria. Mitochondria are organelles that reside within every cell of the human body – at a rate of anywhere from 10 to 5,000 mitochondria per cell. Collectively, mitochondria account for more than half of the dry weight of the body, and they produce 95 percent of all of the fuel that the body uses – that fuel is ATP, a nucleotide that transports chemical energy within cells.

Mitochondria metabolize simple sugars from foods we eat and convert them into ATP cell fuel. But that process has byproducts that can be harmful: Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) and Reduced Species (RS). Those are two varieties of Redox Signaling Molecules. Reactive and unstable, they pose a threat when they connect with other molecules.

Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) act in one of three ways, within cells:

During their nanoseconds lifespan, Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) will, if possible, combine with other molecules. In that state, they damage other molecules, and cellular activity, by achieving an unhealthy form of combination with molecules: the process of free-radical or oxidative-stress damage.

Or, if available, anti-oxidant “scavenger molecules” will combine with ROS, neutralizing them and their damaging potential.

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