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How Red Ox+ started

David Mascotti and Ben Savasky met more than 10 years ago as professor and student at John Carroll University. Since that time, they have worked together with a single mission in mind: Help Those with Diabetes Live Longer, Healthier Lives. Redox+ is 10 years in the making. After reworking the formula multiple times, it has now been optimized to fulfill its mission. Redox+ combines vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are scientifically proven to help those with diabetes thrive. This innovative formula has never been produced until now. If you suffer from diabetes, Redox+ will help you live with less pain and more energy. That’s not all, RedOx+ will also improve your memory, help you sleep better and improve your love life. After years of studying, testing and perfecting this formula, RedOx+ has finally arrived!

About the Doctors


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David Mascotti

David Mascotti received his BS from Hope College in Chemistry and his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in Biochemistry. He was an NIH post-doctoral researcher at Washington University in St. Louis. His research experience is quite broad, spanning understanding the fundamental mechanisms of gene expression and regulation to the role of iron on cellular functions to detailed explorations of how proteins function and the role of radical molecules in cells. He has published over 20 scientific papers in journals such as Biochemistry, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Annual Reviews of Nutrition, Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism and others. He is a Full Professor of Chemistry at John Carroll University and has taught undergraduate and graduate students in General Chemistry through Biochemistry as well as Entrepreneurship for 20 years.

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Benjamin Savasky

Dr. Benjamin Savasky received his BS from John Carroll University in Biology with a concentration in neuroscience. He was a graduate assistant and student at John Carroll University before working at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute in pulmonary arterial hypertension and asthma research. Benjamin has extensive experience in light physiology (i.e. the effect different wavelengths of light have on the central nervous system); interpreting cell surface markers and correlating the markers with disease; animal surgery; and experimental design and implementation necropsy. He has won Entrepreneurship competitions for his ideas pertaining to pet supplements. He is currently working at University Hospitals and Cleveland Clinic and has a passion for diabetic limb salvage, wound care, and studying oxidative stress.

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