Research, References and Other
Starting in the early 70s, the Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Nutrition in the former Soviet Russia (USSR) invested more than 1,000 person-years and millions of dollars in research and development to produce bio algae concentrates that would hold extraordinary nutritional properties. Consisting of blends of the four best algae among over 35,000 available on earth, these concentrates were developed, tested, proven and have now been used for agricultural and human applications for more than 20 years. These research efforts were lead by Dr. Michael Kiriac, who has dedicated his life to the finding of natural solutions for human and animal health.
Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster
The Chernobyl nuclear power plant reactor exploded on April 26th 1986, creating chaos, extreme pain and suffering, but allowing major advances in the human application of BSF. The disaster was a major event in the life of Mr. Kiriac and his family, and of course for the USSR at large. War measures were enacted for all of Russia after the explosion and were maintained for many months.
Mr. Kiriac and his family lived 500 km (about 300 miles) from the epicenter and were subjected to radiation directly as well as from the local food and animals.
When disaster struck at Chernobyl, Ukraine, not only was the region around the reactor affected, but the neighboring state of Belarus received 70% of the radioactive fallout and 23% of its territory became contaminated. Over 160,000 children and 146,000 cleanup workers were victims of radiation poisoning resulting in birth defects, leukemia, cancer, thyroid disease, degeneration of spinal fluids, liver and bone marrow, as well as anemia, loss of vision and appetite, and a severely compromised immune system.
Mr. Kiriac was assigned to work closely with the medical sectors to assist the sick. Because of his previous success with various cancers, he was asked to work with the Health Ministry of Ukraine to distribute Bio-Algae Concentrates to hundreds of children and adults suffering from radiation ills.
Mr. Kiriac very closely monitored the health improvements:
Amazingly, there was health restoration even when children’s disease was so advanced that their eyeballs where bulging out of their sockets. In addition, the healing occurred during continuous presence of radiation as well as contaminated food and water sources.
Today, Mr. Kiriac remarks, “It is important to note that the Chernobyl disaster is still ongoing. Even though the exploded reactor is “sealed” in concrete, radiation continues to escape into not only the local atmosphere, but due to winds, into the world atmosphere as well.”
North American Validation
From 1999 to 2000, working with the research department of the Montreal McGill University, Mr. Kiriac was able to reproduce the poultry productivity results achieved in the U.S.S.R. Working with two tests groups of 13,000 chickens each, the group with BSF added to their grain demonstrated the expected results over the control group not fed BSF: larger eggs, stronger shells, longer egg-laying period, more eggs per month and no diseases. This test was performed twice for further accuracy.
During the 2000 Winter Games held in St. Petersburg Russia, BSF was compared with two other supplements – a Ginseng and a Chinese herb. It was reported as best by the Russian hockey team for: general pain reduction, particularly knee pains as well as faster and better recuperation of energy and blood oxidation after games. Igor Kravcuk and Pavel Bure, team members and NHL players, sponsored the test and carried BSF to the team in Russia, as well as reported these successes to Mr. Kiriac in Montreal.
For the next two years, additional research was performed by independent researchers at a Medicinal Research University in Quebec City, this time on the effect of BioSuperfood on prostate cancer and leukemia. The results showed that BioSuperfood was more efficient when taken in small amount administered frequently throughout the day acting as a trigger for the body’ self-healing power.
Research and Publications