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Cancer, IMHA, Leukemia? ~ Something To Check Out

Bio-Algae Concentrates (BAC)

During the 1970’s in the former U.S.S.R., their chicken, rabbit and mink populations (all cash crops) were beset with a cancer epidemic. In 1973, Dr. Michael Kiriac was tasked by the Moldova Academy of Sciences to research a nutritional way to prevent cancer in animals. Current research at that time pointed to the promise of algae, as a nutritional tool in preventing cancer. Out of the 25,000+ species of algae on Earth, he chose more than 1,000 different species to research. Bio-algae concentrates (BAC) is the generic name given to the research algae mixture that Dr. Michael Kiriac used on mice, rats, chicken, rabbits, mink, pigs and other livestock. After 20 years of research he discovered the following BAC benefits:

  1. 50% of diseased chickens (including Marek disease, a type of cancer) were put back into production
  2. Ability to raise disease-free (including cancer) chickens without the use of antibiotics and hormones
  3. 20% overall productivity increase in chickensBAC chickens
  4. 21% increased weight of chickens
  5. Increased strength of eggshell and larger eggs
  6. Better tasting eggs and meat
  7. Prevention of cancer in rabbits
  8. Shinier and longer fur in rabbits
  9. Increased survival rate of newborns
  10. Increased fertility—larger litters
  11. Calmer moods
  12. Prevention of viral and bacterial infections—overall healthier animals
  13. Dangerously low white blood cell counts (due to leukemia) was increased
  14. Regeneration of bone marrow, blood, spinal fluids and liver cells

You can order a copy of Dr. Kiriac’s book, Awakening the Genius Within, documenting this research on over 20 animal species, at BioPreparation for Pets. It is this ability of BAC to regenerate bone marrow and blood cells, that is most relevant to IMHA. What research did Dr. Kiriac find to suggest algae could help the body regenerate blood cells? Chinese scientists documented that phycocyanin stimulates hematopoesis (creation of blood), emulating the hormone erythropoetin (EPO). EPO is produced by healthy kidneys and regulates bone marrow stem cell production of red blood cells. They claim phycocyanin regulated white blood cell production, even when bone marrow stem cells are damaged by toxic chemicals or radiation.

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