UNSURPASSED LENGTH and QUALITY of RESEARCH
Scientific research on bio-algae concentrates, now sold to the general public under the brand name BioSuperfood, began in the early 1970s in the Soviet Union in response to the pandemic of disease (most especially cancers) ravaging the nation’s human and animal populations. So dire was the problem that the country’s livestock, which had been collectivized onto factory-style farms, was in danger of almost complete devastation.
Faced with ever-increasing human mortality and the potential loss of the country’s food supply, the government invested more than 20,000 man-years and hundreds of millions of dollars testing tens of thousands of species of algae on more than 20 species of animals (individual animals numbering in the millions – unheard of in most studies) to solve the problem. The team of scientists was led by Michael Kiriac of Moldova, whose pioneering research convinced him that nutrition was not only a solution to the prevention of disease, but also the very foundation of health.