Category Archives: Research Studies

Nature’s Superfood Creates Health!

Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae (AFA) is one of nature’s original superfoods and one of the last remaining sources of wild nutrition available in commercially significant quantities. AFA belongs to one of the oldest known families of organisms on earth – Cyanophyta – commonly known as blue-green algae. It differs from other micro-algae such as Chlorella and […]

Helping Teens Concentrate

Klamath blue-green algae and specifically, a concentrated extract from the algae rich in phenylethylamine (PEA) helps young minds focus. Until recently, Klamath algae’s ability to improve stress and nervous conditions was attributed to its general nutritional properties, however it has been shown that it is the the phenylethylamine (PEA) molecule within the algae that we […]

Dementia Correlates With Low Blood Cholesterol

Recent research on Alzheimers disease is revealing that a diet chronically high in carbohydrates combined with low cholesterol is associated with the development of a brain based insulin resistance (now being called Type 3 Diabetes) which can lead to an imbalance in the cellular function and repair mechanisms of the brain. The brain is extremely […]

Soy isoflavones significantly improve cognitive performance

Soy isoflavones significantly improve cognitive performance in postmenopausal women Two studies by the research group of Prof. Louise Dye, Human Appetite Research Unit, the Institute of Psychological Sciences at the University of Leeds, demonstrate a statistically significant effect of the consumption of soy isoflavones on specific aspects of memory in postmenopausal women. In 21 postmenopausal […]

Improve omega 3 to 6 ratio to protect the prostate

All men need to look after their prostate gland and improving the omega-3 to omega-6 ratio in the diet may cut prostate cancer risk Over half a million news cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed every year world wide, and the cancer is the direct cause of over 200,000 deaths. The incidence of the disease is also […]