ASEA expands its science advisory council to provide additional independent expertise on ASEA
SALT LAKE CITY – ASEA, an emerging global leader in cellular health, announced it has appointed Richard Watt, Ph.D. biochemistry, as the fourth member of its science advisory council.
The ASEA science advisory council, made up of independent experts in science and the research of redox signaling, serve as consultants and subject matter experts for ASEA and are in tune with the latest science and research trends in the industry.
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Richard Watt join the ASEA science advisory council,” said Kurt Richards, ASEA executive vice president. “Watt’s expertise in biochemistry will be an asset in moving ASEA forward as a leader in redox signaling technology and as we continue to expand our product offering in the cellular health category.”
Watt is currently a professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry at Brigham Young University, with a Ph.D. in biochemistry from University of Wisconsin-Madison and postdoctoral research from Princeton University. Watt has been published in numerous scholarly journals and academic volumes regarding biochemistry. In addition, Watt is a seasoned presenter, leading workshops and research talks at international biochemistry conferences.
“ASEA has developed breakthrough technology to optimize cellular function and improve overall health and wellness,” said Dr. Richard Watt, ASEA science advisory council member. “I am looking forward to this exciting opportunity to lend my expertise to further establish ASEA as a leader in cellular health.”
Watt will join the three founding council members, which include nutrition expert and author Brooke Alpert, M.S., R.D., C.D.N.; Dr. Giuseppe Maffi, an independent science consultant for multinational companies; and Karen R. Stolman, M.D., adjunct professor in the department of dermatology at the University of Utah.
ASEA, an emerging global leader in cellular health, is dedicated to providing a sustainable lifestyle by delivering high-quality cellular health products through a principle-based, direct-selling distribution model. Harnessing science, ASEA offers first-to-market products that utilize molecules native to the human body that enhance vital cellular functions. ASEA’s cornerstone, patented redox signaling technology boosts the body’s natural cellular renewal and communication processes, improving total body health and allowing every system of the body to function better. Currently, redox signaling technology is available in two first-to-market products: ASEA® Redox Supplement, the company’s flagship liquid supplement, and RENU 28®, a revitalizing whole-body skin gel. Founded in 2010, ASEA currently operates in 25 international markets. For more information about ASEA products or the accompanying business opportunity, visit ASEA Website.