Hearkening back to the successful Lyne and Alain Forget Dairy Farm study of the mid-2000s conducted by BioSuperfood inventor Dr. Michael Kiriac, a PhD student at Harper Adams University, a specialty agricultural university near Shropshire, England, has successfully increased the level of long chain omega-3 fatty acids while reducing the level of saturated fatty acids in cheese by feeding microalgae to Holstein cows.
As reported by the university, student Bethan Till of Wales said that her study was designed to ... Continue Reading →
Given the many thousands of supplements available on the market today, it’s understandable that we’re often asked if BioSuperfood is really all that different from everything else out there. We appreciate the skepticism, because if you haven’t experienced for yourself the remarkable healing benefits of BioSuperfood, it’s easy to be skeptical.
How is BioSuperfood different? Primarily in three ways: superior nutrition, increased nutrient absorption, and government-certified purity and quality.
Meticulously researched and formulated to contain the ... Continue Reading →
Due to the alarming increase in the rates of diabetes, cancer, and diseases of every kind, an ever-increasing number of people are seeking to improve their health by taking various kinds of vitamins, supplements, and similar health products. So popular has this practice become that Zion Market Research has estimated that the global dietary supplements market, valued at $132.8 billion in 2016, will reach $220.3 billion by 2022.
Walk down the aisles in your supermarket, drug store, or health food ... Continue Reading →
In 1986 I was a senior in high school, and I still remember hearing the news of the horrific explosion of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine. One of the most disastrous nuclear accidents in history, it is one of only two nuclear energy accidents classified as a maximum Level 7 event (the other being the Fukushima disaster in Japan in 2011).
Moldovan scientist Michael Kiriac lived only 300 miles away from the explosion. Motivated by the cancer-related deaths of ... Continue Reading →