Micro-Algae: The Next Generation of Green Superfoods for Thriving in Toxic Times

Micro-Algae: The Next Generation of Green Superfoods for Thriving in Toxic Times

By Marc Gimbrere and Zhara Mahlstedt

Guest Writers for Wake Up World

The global food supply is heavily tainted. Even hothouse organics don’t ensure sufficient nutrition, due to the loss of nutrients in our soil and pollutants from our air, rain and water supplies. On top of this, we must consider the daily overload from toxic pesticides, geoengineering particulates, GMO toxins and other pollutants.

So how can we provide our bodies with the nutrition our cells require, while supporting our body’s natural detox processes at the same time?

A scientific development by Dr. Michael Kiriac (Ph.D, ND) from The Moldova Academy of Sciences may offer a solution in the form of four different naturally occurring micro-algae.


Recently made available in the West as BioSuperfood, Dr. Kiriac’s micro-algae formula is completely disassociated from major corporations; in fact, its development was supported by the Soviet Union as public research, backed by millions of dollars of government research funding over a period of almost 15 years. Over the years, Dr. Kiriac’s research and discoveries have been awarded and recognized by many Eastern European governments, officials and organizations. (See references below.) Not only is this algae blend been scientifically proven to provide all the nutrients and most of the detoxification support that the human body needs, but it also optimizes endocrine function to assist the body to restore itself from a very wide range of health issues.

The History of Dr. Kiriac’s Research

In the Soviet Union, 1973, a young man named Michael Kiriac entered The Moldova Academy of Sciences with a burning desire to learn science to bring health to his fellow man. From an early age he was assisting his family and neighbors with headaches, backaches and other illnesses through his knowledge of herbs, oils, poultices and bio-energetics. His family was plagued with a pancreatic cancer, which claimed five members of his family. His first son also died in infancy of endocrine cancer.

The grief Michael endured in his first 30 years fueled his devotion to find answers so that other people and their families wouldn’t have to suffer as his did.

After 3 years of studying anatomy, physiology and biology, Michael came to understand that cellular nutrition was critical to empowering the body and optimizing its natural state of health.

The formula was simple: Healthy cells = healthy bodies; unhealthy cells = sickness and disease. By keeping the cells healthy, the body is naturally able to repair itself.

During the 1970s, the Soviet government instructed that universities research cures for the pandemic of cancers that was running rampant in Eastern Europe and the (then) Western USSR – primarily in the livestock industry, but also in humans. The Moldova Academy of Sciences recognized that his focus on organic nutrition was extremely promising and subsequently sponsored his research. Over the years to follow, Michael was given superior opportunities and millions of dollars in non-profit funding to continue his work. [1]

Over the following years, his research brought Michael (now Dr. Michael Kiriac, Ph.D and N.D) to unicellular organisms called micro-algae, also known as microphytes.

What are Micro-Algae?

As most of us know, micro-algae are plant cells that are spread over the most of the Earth’s surface in a fine film, usually invisible to the naked eye. Some species of micro-algae contain more nutrition per ounce than anything available on Earth. [2] For example, Cyanobacteria (including Spirulina) are recognized as the most efficient food source for bringing sun energy to the body, capable of converting solar energy to chemical energy via photosynthesis. [3]

Ancient humans, Aztecs, Mayans and tribal Africans have long been aware of this natural life-giving food source. [4] The largest mammals on Earth – the whales – know this too. [5] However, our modern societies have lost sight of the nutritional value of micro-algae.

There are estimated to be over 30,000 species of algae on Earth [6] and at least 50,000 known species of micro-algae [7] with more discovered each year. These little organisms are miniature factories, turning out vast amounts of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, protein, and enzymes. [8] Some species of micro-algae contain more nutrition per ounce than anything you can eat, including bee pollen, which is considered one of most nutritionally dense land-based food. [9]

Editor’s note: With bee colonies around the world collapsing due to exposure to toxic agricultural pesticides, the use of bee pollen is not recommended for human purposes. The bees need our support, not the other way around.

Many micro-algae species contain a higher concentration of chlorophyll than any other known plant [10], which aids the body’s production of haemoglobin [11] and have a very complex RNA and DNA. [12]

Some micro-algae are a complete protein food [13] with protein yield greater by weight than soybeans, corn, and beef. Per acre, Spirulina provides 20 times more protein than soybeans and as much as 400 times more protein than beef. [14] Its composition is around 71% protein, 17% carbohydrates, and 7% fats. Research has shown that Spirulina algae alone could double the complete protein available to humanity on a fraction of the world’s land. [15]

Algae also contain large amounts of beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A), B vitamins, and vitamins C and E [16], and many minerals in high enough amounts to be considered perfect human food. [17] Most importantly, the essential amino acid profile of algae is virtually identical to that required by the human body.

Certain micro-algae are effective in eliminating heavy metals, such as lead, mercury, copper, and cadmium. [18] [19] Some algae contain GLA, a very important essential fatty acid and a precursor to the body’s master hormones. [20] Several types of micro-algae also stimulate the immune system [21] and improve digestion [22]. Research has shown cardiovascular benefits, as well as benefits to the liver, the body’s major detoxifying organ. [23] Many species also have a beneficial effect on inflammatory arthritis [24], hypertension and even cancer. [25]

One example of a most important benefit, described by Dr. Roland Thomas ND in his book “Awakening the Genius Within”, comes from a combination of molecules that biochemists call the Controlled Growth Factor, a unique composition that provides a noticeable increase in cell regeneration [26], sustained energy and immune health when eaten regularly. [27]

A Precise Formulation

Today millions of people are taking micro-algae in the form of Chlorella and Spirulina. But what Dr. Kiriac discovered in his research is that the best possible nutrition and optimization of endocrine function is provided by a very precise combination of different algae.

Between 1973 and 1986 Dr. Kiriac and his team selected over a thousand algae to study and test for their individual benefits, as well as their synergistic and combined potentials. For example, they studied 65 strains of Spirulina alone and spent 2 years studying Chlorella. As research progressed, over 20 different species of algae were trialled (individually and in combination) in both animal and human subjects. Specifically, Dr. Kiriac also tested for solutions to a variety of diseases, including cancer, Marek’s disease and Leukemia, with the research budget surpassing the pharmaceutical industry budgets for comparable major trials.

Dr. Kiriac’s research was blessed by many synchronicities. In 1985, for example, a light was accidentally left on overnight in one of the bio-reactors (the enclosed facilities where the algae is grown), exposing the algae culture to light for a longer period of time than the scope of testing had included. The result was an increase in beta-carotene production. This accidental discovery led to further experiments into alterations in growing conditions such as lighting, ambient temperature and water conditions. The results were the controlled increase or decrease in various nutrient combinations in the algae.

By the end of February 1985, after nearly 15 years of research, Dr. Kiriac and his team had narrowed down their selection to the synergistic benefits of four different algae – Spirulina Platensis, Spirulina Pacifica, Dunaliella Salina and Haematococcus Pluvialis (for its Astaxanthin content.) Individually none of these algae could eradicate the cancers in the trial populations quickly enough, however, over time Dr. Kiriac determined that with precise hydroponic enhancements (such as light, temperature etc.) to the algae’s living conditions, in the proper combination, the animal populations were able to receive potent and absorbable nutrition directly to their cells. And the results were remarkable.

Within four to six weeks Dr. Kiriac’s team saw the stabilization of health in both large and small animal populations, and for many, remission occurred rapidly thereafter. Given the controlled conditions under which it was conducted, this research concluded that remission in disease was due to the ability of fully nourished and empowered cells to cleanse themselves and regenerate into healthier “child” cells. Further trials followed, and Dr. Kiriac’s formula was shown to successfully eliminate cancers, infertility and other diseases in animal subjects, including the 100% eradication of Marek’s disease from a poultry farm population of 1.5 million chickens. (Source: Kiriac M., Scutaru I., “Methods of utilizing algae for feeding chicken in the poultry industry” – Agriculture Revue – Moscow 1987)

ADr. Michael Kiriact this point several millions of dollars had been spent by the (then) Soviet government into the application of the formula to livestock. However at the same time, conservative parties were being lobbied by the pharmaceutical industry to introduce antibiotics and growth hormones to the country’s livestock; a move that ultimately stifled the widespread adoption of algae-based solutions to livestock diseases.

(Learn more about Dr. Kiriac’s story here and here.)

Success at Chernobyl

In 1986, when the Chernobyl nuclear disaster struck near the Belarus border of the Ukraine, Dr. Kiriac was given permission to enter the area and work first-hand with the victims of radiation exposure. This was where the benefits of Dr. Kiriac’s BioSuperfood formulation to human health was truly proven. His team recorded the following results:

  • In cases of Leukemia, dangerously low white blood cell counts were significantly re­dressed in less then 20 days, leading to rapid improvements in the health of treated children compared to others who did not receive the formula
  • Regeneration of bone marrow, spinal fluids, blood and liver
  • Reduction in urine radioactivity levels by more than 40% in less than 20 days
  • Those patients who consumed the formula experienced immense improvements in their health compared to those who did not receive the algae
  • Amazingly, several patients in advanced stages of disease who took the formula recovered even with the continuous presence of radiation and contaminated food and water sources

As further verification of Dr. Kiriac’s work at Chernobyl, The Belarus Ministry of Health concluded, “algae preparations decrease radiation dose load received from food contaminated with radionuclides, cesium-137 and strontium-90, and promote the evacuation of radionuclides from the human body. No side effects were ever registered.” [28]

More recently, a newly discovered green microalgae, Parachlorella sp. binos (Binos) has also been found to absorb radionuclides from the Fukushima nuclear disaster. [44]

(Learn more about the radio-protective effect of algae extracts here.)

How Does This Algae Formula Work and Why is it So Effective?

Why is this 4-algae formula so effective?

  • First, due to the extensive research deriving a perfect synergistic balance of algae.
  • Second, the pure enclosed growing environment.
  • Third, the algae is fed by highly mineralized water from 2000 feet below the surface.
  • Fourth, it is freeze dried to eliminate mold.
  • Fifth, it contains 15,000 nutrients and trace nutrients, including all known amino acids, vitamins and essential minerals, thousands of enzymes, carotenoids, high levels of chlorophyll, Omega 3,6,9 and GLA fatty acids, and unique phytonutrients and phycobilins found only in algae.
  • And finally, each batch is certified pollution-free by an independent lab. [29]

Dr. Kiriac’s formula also increases the bio-availability of nutrients, optimizes waste management, and most importantly, supports the cellular mitochondria’s production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), a coenzyme that transports chemical energy within cells for metabolism. [30] Furthermore, in all mammal populations tested, spermatogenesis (the ability to generate health, active sperm) has been shown to increase by 400%. [31]

In addition to providing complete nutrition to every cell in the body, these algae are also extremely efficient foods that can easily cross the blood-brain barrier to reach the brain. Several phytonutrients and pigments found in Dr. Kiriac’s formula, like beta carotene, alpha carotene and astaxanthin have been proven in human clinical trials to penetrate the blood-brain barrier and the blood-iris barrier. [32] Moreover, the bio-availability of Dr. Kiriac’s formula allows it to reach areas of the brain that are usually difficult of impossible to reach – including the all-important hypothalamus. [33] It is because of the formula’s ability to access the hypothalamus that Dr. Kiriac coined the phrase “awakening the genius within”.

The Critical Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) Axis

The hypothalamus is a region of the brain that controls most of our metabolisms and bodily functions. The main function of the hypothalamus is homeostasis, the process of maintaining the body’s status quo by managing factors such as energy, blood pressure, body temperature, fluid and electrolyte balance, and body weight. [34]

The hypothalamus, along with the pituitary and the adrenal glands (known as the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal or HPA axis), is responsible for regulation of all physiological metabolisms. [35] These metabolisms include:

  • the endocrine system
  • the sympathetic and para-sympathetic nervous system
  • the central nervous system
  • the lymphatic system
  • the cardiovascular system
  • the digestive system with its assimilation, absorption and elimination functions.

The hypothalamus is made up of billions of cells. Only when these cells are healthy will the hypothalamus perform adequately its management role. Thus it needs hundreds of important nutrients every day. Only with these nutrients and with the derived energy from these nutrients will these cells grow, repair, defend from attacks and perform their localized metabolic functions. When we experience deficiencies in these nutrients, endocrine, nervous, lymphatic, cardiovascular and digestive functions ultimately suffer.

Research has shown that the HPA axis performance increases in response to the consumption of Dr. Kiriac’s micro-algae formula, thus the performance of all glands and organs increases, instead of their normal decline with age. [36] Furthermore, as the HPA regulates the production of Calcitriol [37] critical Vitamin D metabolism is also enhanced.

When the HPA axis performs well, then the entire endocrine system follows suit by managing metabolic activity throughout the body, including blood insulin level, various pH levels, cardiac function, the selenium and calcium activities, and many more. And when these metabolic activities are all functioning well, the following benefits of health can be derived [38]:

  • Improved Brain Function
  • Improved Memory
  • Improved Neurologic Function
  • Improved Cellular Repair
  • Prevention of Tumoregenesis
  • Increased Assimilation and Absorption of Nutrients from Regular Foods
  • Better Digestion
  • Improve Cardiovascular Function
  • Improved Metabolism
  • Enhanced Nucleotide Production
  • Balanced Blood Sugar
  • Enhanced Cellular Glucose Uptake
  • Enhanced Hormonal Function
  • Better Bowel Movements
  • Improved Detoxification Process
  • Protection from Free Radicals
  • Reduction in Fatigue
  • Increase in Energy
  • Enhancement of Libido

Ingesting the BioSuperfood Formula

Ingesting this formula is quite different from our normal attempts at supplementation, which often involves synthesized supplements that are poor in bio-availability, or other forms of algae (such as Spirulina, Chlorella or Astaxanthin) that neither pass the purity test nor synergize with other components. Instead of addressing the body’s deficiencies with isolated supplements – zinc, iron, vitamin C, vitamin D etc. – Kiriac’s four-algae formula addresses the human body as a complete, synergistic organism, empowering the innate healing of our body’s cells.

As most commercially available micro-algae supplements are grown outdoors, it provides a real challenge for human consumption. One reason microalgae are so precious to our natural environment is that they soak up the toxins, heavy metals and environmental pollutants around them. However, when you eat them, you are also receiving the contaminants absorbed by the algae into your body.

Dr. Kiriac has solved this challenge by growing the algae in enclosed bioreactors that are completely free from pollutants, using mineral dense water extracted from 2,000 feet deep below the surface of the Kamchatka peninsula. The BioSuperfood formula is then shipped to Canada where is it encapsulated, but not before each batch is assessed by an independent lab and certified as free of mold, heavy metals and other pollutants that can typically be a problem with algae.

For these reasons, Dr. Kiriac’s specific four-algae formula has been proven extremely effective at assisting the body to achieve and maintain optimal health.

For more information, or to purchase BioSuperfood, visit www.thealgaeanswer.com 

Please note: Wake Up World is not affiliated with BioSuperfood, Dr. Michael Kiriac or www.thealgaeanswer.com, and received no incentive, compensation or endorsement for publishing this story. This article is not intended to provide or recommend medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

References:

  • Gulea A., Rudic V., Kiriac M., “Optimization of the nutrient composition for algae,” Moldova, 1987
  • Gulea A., Kiriac M., “Optimization for obtaining fluoride rich algae,” Moldova 1987
  • Kiriac M., “Optimization of algae bio concentrates for rich carotene content,” Moldova 1987
  • Kiriac M., “The effects and benefits of BAC,” 2000, Canada
  • Kiriac M., “How does BAC work?,” 2001, Montreal, Canada
  • Kiriac M., “Invention of Technology for development of Bio-Algae Concentrates” – Patent 1080/1–92 0880-3, Moscow, URSS, 1989
  • Kiriac M., Gulea A., Rudic A., “Optimization of algae bio concentrates for rich B12 content,”
  • Kiriac M., Kiriac L., “Invention of BAC,” 2000 Montreal, Canada
  • Kiriac M., Kiriac L., “Bio-Algae Concentrates – What is it exactly?” 2001, Canada
  • Kiriac M., Kiriac L., “An indispensable ally,” 2000 Canada
  • Human Studies Confirms Spirulina Role As An Anti-Cancer Agent – Department of Immunology, Osaka Medical Center for Cancer and Cardiovascular Diseases, Higashinari-ku, Osaka 537-8511, Japan
  • Immunostimulating activity of lipopolysaccharides from blue-green algae by L. Besednova, et al. 1979. Pub. inZhurnalMikrobiologii, Epidemiologii, Immunobiologii, 56(12) pp 75-79. Russia.
  • Kiriac M, “Algae production within industrial model in Moldova.” Republican conference on preparation of Bio-Algae Concentrates for the food industry and on valuating the scientific research – Kishinev 1987 – R.S.S. Moldova
  • Kiriac M., “Feeding poultry algae” – Moldova Agriculture Revue – 1987
  • Kiriac M., Scutaru I., “Methods of utilizing algae for feeding chicken in the poultry industry” – Agriculture Revue – Moscow 1987
  • Kiriac M., Rudic A., Scutaru I., “Benefits of algae feeds for the food industry” – Moldova Nutrition Revue – 1988
  • Kiriac M., Rudic A., “Algae Growing Installation – Patent MD No.73, 1704712, 1989
  • Terao, J. Antioxidant activity of beta-carotene-related carotenoids in solution. Lipids, 24: 659-661., 1989
  • Torrissen, O.J., R.W. Hardy, and K.D. Shearer. Pigmentation of salmonids carotenoid deposition and metabolism. CRC Crit. Rev. Aquat. Sci., 1: 209- 225., 1989
  • Kiriac M., Scutaru I., “Integration of Spirulina concentrates in the nutrition industry – National conference materials for microbiology and the algae sciences” – Tashkent, Usbekistan 1990
  • Kiriac M., Sandu O., “Directed synthesis of algae in and invention of bio-algae concentrates” – Isdatelistvo, Moscow 1991
  • Miki, W. (1991) Biological functions and activities of animal carotenoids. Pure Appl. Chem., 63(1):141-146.
  • Inhibitive effect and mechanism of polysaccharide of spirulina on transplanted tumor cells in mice. Lisheng, et al. 1991. Pub. In Marine Sciences, Qingdao, N.5. pp 33-38. China. 37
  • Palozza, P. and Krinsky, N. I. Astaxanthin – a potent antioxidant in a membrane model. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 297:291-295., 1992
  • Study on effect and mechanism of polysaccharides of spirulina on body immune function improvement. G. Baojiang, et al. South China Normal Univ. China. Pub. in Proc. of Second Asia Pacific Conf. on Algal Biotech. Univ. of Malaysia. pp 33-38. April 1994 China.
  • Enhancement of antibody production in mice by dietary spirulina. Hayashi, et al. Kagawa Nutrition Univ. Japan. Pub. in Journal of Nutritional. Science and Vitaminology. Japan., June 94
  • Immune enhancement potential of spirulina in chickens. M. Quereshi, et al. Poultry Science Assoc. Department of Poultry Science, North Carolina State, NC. Pub. in Journal of Poultry Science Vol 73, S.1. p. 46. USA., August 1994
  • Britton, G., S. Liaaen-Jensen, and H. Pfander. Carotenoids today and challenges for the future. In: Britton, G., S. Liaaen-Jensen, and H. Pfander [eds], Carotenoids vol. 1A: Isolation and Analysis. Basel: Birkhäuser., 1995
  • Lawlor, S. M. and O’Brien, N. M. Astaxanthin: antioxidant effects in chicken embryo fibroblasts. Nutr. Res., 15:1695-1704., 1995
  • Torrissen, O. J. and Christiansen, R. Requirements for carotenoids in fish diets. J. Appl. Ichthyol., 11:225-230., 1995
  • Immunomodulary effects of spirulina supplementation in chickens by M. Qureshi, et al. North Carolina State. Pub. – In Proc. of 44th Western Poultry Disease Conference, pp 117-120. USA., May 1995
  • McCoy, M., Astaxanthin market a hard one to crack. Chem. & Eng. News, 77: 15-17., 1999
  • Miller, J.B., Wolever, T.M.S., Colagiuri, S. and Powell, K.: The Glucose Revolution, Publishers Group West, 1996
  • Williams, R.: Biochemical Individuality – 1956, University of Texas Press
  • Loomis, H. F.: Enzymes, The Key to Health – 21st Century Nutrition Publishing, 1999
  • Nutritional aspects of Spirulina – Antenna – Jacques Falquet, 1996
  • Grow your own Spirulina – Antenna – J. P. Jourdan, 1999
  • Moldova Person of The year (Michael Kiriac) – Moldova Television, Documentary 1987 – extracts from Documentary 2002.

Additional references:

Research and publications:

  • Gulea A., Rudic A., Kiriac M., “Optimization of the nutrient composition for algae,” Moldova, 1987
  • Gulea A., Kiriac M., “Optimization for obtaining fluoride rich algae,” Moldova 1987
  • Kiriac M., “Optimization of algae bio concentrates for rich carotene content,” Moldova 1987
  • Kiriac M., “The effects and benefits of bio-algae concentrates,” 2000, Canada
  • Kiriac M., “How do bio-algae concentrates work?,” 2001, Montreal, Canada
  • Kiriac M., “Invention of Technology for development of BioSuperfood” – Patent 1080/1-92 0880-3, Moscow, URSS, 1989
  • Kiriac M., Gulea A., Rudic A., “Optimization of algae bio concentrates for rich B12 content,”
  • Kiriac M., Kiriac L., “Invention of bio-algae concentrates,” 2000 Montreal, Canada
  • Kiriac M., Kiriac L., “bio-algae concentrates – What is it exactly?” 2001, Canada
  • Kiriac M., Kiriac L., “An indispensable ally,” 2000 Canada
  • Kiriac M., “bio-algae concentrates – Invention for use in industrial animal feeds, Montreal, 2002
  • Kiriac M, “Algae production within industrial model in Moldova.” Republican conference on preparation of bio-algae concentrates for the food industry and on valuating the scientific research – Kishinev 1987 – R.S.S. Moldova
  • Kiriac M., “Feeding poultry algae” – Moldova Agriculture Revue – 1987
  • Kiriac M., Scutaru I., “Methods of utilizing algae for feeding chicken in the poultry industry” – Agriculture Revue – Moscow 1987
  • Kiriac M., Rudic A., Scutaru I., “Benefits of algae feeds for the food industry” – Moldova Nutrition Revue – 1988
  • Kiriac M., Rudic A., “Algae Growing Installation – Patent MD No.73, 1704712, 1989
  • Kiriac M., Scutaru I., “Integration of Spirulina concentrates in the nutrition industry – National conference materials for microbiology and the algae sciences” – Tashkent, Usbekistan 1990
  • Kiriac M., Sandu O., “Directed synthesis of algae and invention of bio-algae concentrates” – Isdatelistvo, Moscow 1991
  • Thomas, R., Kiriac, M. – Awakening the Genius Within: The Life of Michael Kiriac – Publisher: CompWellness Org. – Pub. USA – Jan 2003.

Other Algae Research:

  • Human Studies Confirms Spirulina’s Role As An Anti-Cancer Agent – Department of Immunology, Osaka Medical Center for Cancer and Cardiovascular Diseases, Higashinari-ku, Osaka 537-8511, Japan
  • Immunostimulating activity of lipopolysaccharides from blue-green algae. by L. Besednova, et al. 1979. Pub. inZhurnalMikrobiologii, Epidemiologii, Immunobiologii, 56(12) pp 75-79. Russia.
  • Terao, J. Antioxidant activity of beta-carotene-related carotenoids in solution. Lipids, 24: 659-661., 1989
  • Torrissen, O.J., R.W. Hardy, and K.D. Shearer. Pigmentation of salmonids carotenoid deposition and metabolism. CRC Crit. Rev. Aquat. Sci., 1: 209-225., 1989
  • Miki, W. (1991) Biological functions and activities of animal carotenoids. Pure Appl. Chem., 63(1):141-146.
  • Inhibitive effect and mechanism of polysaccharide of spirulina on transplanted tumor cells in mice. byLisheng, et al. 1991.Pub. In Marine Sciences, Qingdao, N.5. pp 33-38. China.
  • Palozza, P. and Krinsky, N. I. Astaxanthin and astaxanthin are potent antioxidants in a membrane model. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 297:291-295., 1992
  • Study on effect and mechanism of polysaccharides of spirulina on body immune function improvement. by G. Baojiang, et al. South China Normal Univ. China. Pub. in Proc. of Second Asia Pacific Conf. on Algal Biotech. Univ. of Malaysia. pp 33-38. April 1994 China.
  • Enhancement of antibody production in mice by dietary spirulina. by Hayashi, et al. Kagawa Nutrition Univ. Japan. Pub. in Journal of Nutr. Science and Vitaminology. Japan., June 1994
  • Immune enhancement potential of spirulina in chickens. by M. Quereshi, et al. Poultry Science Assoc. Department of Poultry Science, North Carolina State, NC. Pub. in Journal of Poultry Science Vol 73, S.1. p. 46. USA., August 1994
  • Britton, G., S. Liaaen-Jensen, and H. Pfander. Carotenoids today and challenges for the future. In: Britton, G., S. Liaaen-Jensen, and H. Pfander [eds], Carotenoids vol. 1A: Isolation and Analysis. Basel: Birkhäuser., 1995
  • Lawlor, S. M. and O’Brien, N. M. Astaxanthin : antioxidant effects in chicken embryo fibroblasts. Nutr. Res., 15:1695-1704., 1995
  • Torrissen, O. J. and Christiansen, R. Requirements for carotenoids in fish diets. J. Appl. Ichthyol., 11:225-230., 1995
  • Immunomodulary effects of spirulina supplementation in chickens. by M. Qureshi, et al. North Carolina State. Pub. in Proc. of 44th Western Poultry Disease Conference, pp 117-120. USA., May 1995

Dr. Kiriac’s Awards:

  • Nominated Moldova Person of the year: In 1987, Mr. Kiriac was nominated the person of the year in his country of Moldova for his altruistic support of the Chernobyl crisis and for the resounding achievement and successes at the most economically important poultry center with its financial return for Moldova. A 110-minute-long documentary film was made for the occasion and introduced on national television by Mr. Ciubuk, the then Prime Minister of Moldova and his Minister of Finance.
  • Gold Medal – New Technology for Algae Production – asi, Romania – This innovation was applied in the largest poultry farms of Moldova and was recognized at the International Exhibition For Research In Industrial Invention, 1994
  • Silver Medal – Element of Protein Synthesis – Pittsburgh USA – This innovation was well received and recognized during the Show Management Index sm IX., 1995
  • Gold Medal & Special Award – Earth Ecology – (Brussels, Belgium 1995) Industrial Use of Poultry Waste (Droppings) – Invention honored and recognized during the International Eureka Show, granted by deheer Lue Van Den Bossch. The goal of this innovation was in the elaboration of a new technology, which uses transformed poultry droppings at an industrial level.

About the authors:

Marc Gimbrere was run over by a car at the age of 28 and has been on the path of the healer ever since, focusing on energetic, metaphysical and nutritional approaches to achieving and restoring optimal health and well-being.

Zhara Mahlstedt is a mother, researcher and health enthusiast. Over the past 6 years, Zhara has self-studied metaphysics, cellular health, energy healing and out-of-the box solutions for empowering the body’s innate wisdom.

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