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about wild-crafted blue green algae positive impact on the brain. Please feel free to contact us and request any of these articles or studies.
- Algae to the Rescue! (1996). Karl J. Abrams.
- "Algae in baby's formula? Yes put there
on purpose." The Seattle Times, Feb. 23, 1997. "Algae
extract adds a nutrient key to higher IQ."
- "Favorable effects of blue-green algae
Aphanizomenon flosaquae on rate plasma lipids." (2000).
Kushak R, et al. Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association.
- Living Foods for Optimum Health. (1998).
Brian Clement. pp. 155-157.
- "Microalgae: First and finest superfood."
Body Mind Spirit. 14(3):12-18.
- Super-Learning 2000. (2000).
Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder. "Smart Food and Super
Nutrition", P. 197.
- The Children and Algae Report. (1995). Jarratt
C., Jewett M., Peters S, and Tragash E. The Center for Family
Wellness, Harvard, Mass.
- The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have Arrived.
Carroll L. and Tober J. Hay House Inc. P. 188.
- "Ten Foods That Pack a Wallop".
Time, Jan. 21, 2002.
- The Nicaragua Report. (1995). Study on the
effects of Super Blue Green¨ Algae on the nutritional status
and school performance of first, second and third grade children
attending the Monsenor Velez School in Nandaime, Nicaragua. "Sevilla
and Aguiree's study of 1,567 students demonstrated an 81% increase
in the average standardized test scores among malnourished children
eating only .5 to 1 gram of Super Blue Green¨ Algae a day
over a six month period. Subjects showed significantly increased
classroom attendance and participation, as well as marked improvement
in overall health. Academically, the Valez school went from having
one of the lowest national scholastic test scores to achieving
one of the best."
- "Top Ten Most Important Supplements of
the New Millennium". Vitamin Retailer. Jan. 2002. "Blue-green
algae supplements are poised to take off because they are a rich
source of so many nutrients, including all the essential amino
acids. Vitamin B- 12, Vitamin B-2, beta-carotene and calcium".
"As I reflect on our experience with Julia, the word that comes to mind is "resilience." Julia is our 19-year-old cat, and she has been on Bluegreen Body algae for over a year. We began feeding her the product when we noticed some decline in her attitude that we attributed to old age. Since then, she has had a number of diagnoses that are common in old cats (hyperthyroidism, cardiomyopathy, recurrent cystitis, and renal disease). We treated her medically and continued the Bluegreen Body. With each new episode of illness, we know it might be her last. But, she has repeatedly surprised me by bouncing back and continuing her highly spoiled lifestyle. In recent months, we have added a sprinkle of enzymes to her food. With this addition, her appetite improved (a plus!) and she has had less of a problem with constipation. In my experience, it´s unusual that an old animal is able to repeatedly survive several different health problems. I attribute Julia´s survival to both good medical management and to lots of TLC. One of the ways our TLC is manifested is by including algae and enzymes in her diet."
- Dr. Mary Walser, VMD, Ph.D
Professor of Pathology, Univ. of Minnesota