June 25, 1998
Natural substance found to significantly improve learning disorders, boost immune system, Researchers say:
A natural grown variety of Blue-Green Algae known as Aphanizomenon flosaquae (AFA) has been reported to produce improved behavior and learning abilities in children. Test results on AFA have been published in a study entitled The Children and Algae Report.
The study which followed 109 students who were fed AFA, concluded that the children had a significant improvement in the ability to focus, follow directions, and concentrate. In addition the children experienced a reduction in argumentative, demanding, and combative behavior, fewer symptoms of anxiety and depression, an improvement in social skills, and fewer signs of emotional and behavioral withdrawal.
The parents and teachers were amazed with the results stated Claudia Jarratt, the leader of the team conducting the research. We went into the study with only a handful of anecdotal stories which seemed to indicate that the AFA could improve the learning and behavior of some children, but the study confirms this over a much larger population. The fact that a small amount of Blue Green Algae can be so effective in helping learning and behaviorally challenged kids is remarkable. In a separate double blind clinical study conducted at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal, Canada, AFA was also found to enhance the immune system by triggering the movement of 40% of the Natural Killer Cells (NK Cells) from the blood stream, (where they normally reside) into the tissues of the body, (where their primary immune system function is to eliminate cancerous and virally-infected cells). According to Daryl Kollman, CEO of Cell Tech, the company which harvests the algae, No other substance is known to trigger such a movement of NK cells in the body. Further research may prove that eating a small amount of AFA every day could assist in the prevention of cancer and viral infections.
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