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An Interview With Brain Trauma Survivor Danielle Matthews

Danielle is a Brain Trauma Survivor, Renowned Public Speaker, ASEA Diamond Executive, and holds a degree in Biology. In June of 2012, Danielle was hit by a drunk driver and sustained a traumatic brain injury, setting her life on a different course. She learned to take that trauma and shift it into something that fueled her growth. 
Danielle became a spokesperson for ASEA Redox. Due to God's Grace, it gave her her life back. ASEA Redox is a medicine, (Although the FDA will tell you it's a Dietary Supplement) marketed by ASEA Global, a Utah-based multi-level marketing company. The product contains a unique and proprietary blend of redox signaling molecules that can enhance cellular communication and promote optimal cellular health.
Redox signaling molecules are naturally occurring molecules in the body that play a critical role in cellular health and function. They are responsible for regulating a wide range of biological processes, including immune function, cellular repair, and inflammation. Because Danielle has a degree and biology, and through her own experience, she understands the positive effects of ASEA Redox better than most. She stopped by to talk about her accident, how she became aware of the medicine, and the difference it has made in her life. ASEA Redox is available on

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