As I’ve often written on this blog, amidst all our ostensible food abundance, we here in the United States are very likely the best fed and least nourished people in the world; our bellies are full, but our bodies are starving. Why? Because industrial methods of chemical farming literally have engineered out of our food the very nutrients our bodies require to function. Very much like the Ancient Mariner who lamented, “Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to ... Continue Reading →
“The culmination in cellular nutrition is the science of selecting and combining foods with highest efficiency at nourishing the cells…” ~ Dr. Michael Kiriac
Well Fed but Still Sick
When BioSuperfood inventor Dr. Michael Kiriac emigrated from his native country of Moldova to Canada following the fall of the Iron Curtain, he was amazed to find that a better quality of nutrition existed in the former Soviet Union than in North America. “Only in the ravages of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster,” ... Continue Reading →
In the day-to-day grind of building a small business, it is very easy to get bogged down in minutia and frustrated with “business.” Then you receive a testimonial from a client that makes it all worthwhile:
My 11-year-old daughter suffered from chronic fatigue for over a year. We tried dietary changes and changes in routine, with no result. One week into her trial with BioSuperfood, she began to feel better. Two weeks in, she looked like the girl we had lost ... Continue Reading →
Just yesterday I was speaking with a woman who lovingly described her grandchild as “her little petri dish.” (Grandma was beginning to show the signs of an oncoming cold.) With the new school year upon us and the turn of the seasons soon to come (we had our first freeze of the year last night here in Wyoming), the talk of boosting immunity is in the air. Earlier this year, we posted about the critical need ... Continue Reading →
If you’re reading this, it’s likely not news to you that many people are turning away from conventional medical treatment toward natural alternatives. Fed up with the cost of pharmaceuticals, wary of their known (and unknown) side effects, unsure how different prescription medicines interact with one another, and other reasons, more and more people are going beyond “conventional wisdom” and seeking out ways to heal their bodies naturally.
Recently we were in a big box store and picked up the pharmacy’s ... Continue Reading →
(Updated May 16, 2019)
We’re frequently asked if we have a breakdown of how many international units (IUs) or what percentage of the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of a particular nutrient is contained in BioSuperfood. The answer is no.
In the past, Dr. Michael Kiriac (the inventor of BioSuperfood) attempted to provide information that gave IU units or RDA equivalents of the nutrients in BioSuperfood. However, he eventually decided to cease sharing that information because he was unsatisfied in his attempts to provide ... Continue Reading →
The information below was originally published by Dr. Roland Thomas in his BioNews newsletter Volume 14 – November 2015. We excerpt and adapt it here with his approval. Dr. Thomas is the President and Founder of BioAge, Inc., whose Scientific Advisor is Dr. Michael Kiriac, the inventor of BioSuperfood bio-algae concentrates.
Before the discovery of agriculture, mankind was divided by its diverse locality. The survival and size of each group was determined by its natural fertility or lack thereof, which was likely determined by diet ... Continue Reading →
We’ve often written here on the Peak Health Blog about the nutrient-deficient state of the modern food supply. Yet, as evidenced by the ubiquitous presence of degenerative diseases in our pets, the problem may even be more acute in mass-produced animal food. If you’re familiar with BioSuperfood bio-algae concentrates, you may be interested to know that you can extend the exact same nutritional benefits of BioSuperfood to your pets and livestock with BioPreparation.
Why do animals need BioPreparation?
Processed pet food bears ... Continue Reading →
As it has every year for the past twenty-five, our hometown of Lander, Wyoming is hosting this week hundreds of rock climbing enthusiasts from around the globe for the International Climbers’ Festival. This little town of maybe 8,000 souls is nestled against the foothills of the Wind River Mountain Range, a micro-range within the greater Rocky Mountain region, which provides some of the best climbing opportunities on the planet (like the limestone walls of Sinks Canyon, ... Continue Reading →
(Updated May 1, 2019)
It sometimes happens that we’re contacted by a customer who is disappointed at not experiencing the results so many of our other customers report. Here are some things to consider.
We’ve been trained to expect immediate results
Like most people, we grew up thinking the way to address unwanted health conditions was by taking a quick-fix, over-the-counter remedy or prescription drug. Have a headache? Take two aspirin. Upset stomach? Pepto-Bismol or Tums will do the ... Continue Reading →