BAC to Fertility!

Volume 14 – November, 2015




Welcome to this month’s BioNews.  We must continuously learn in order to free ourselves from the control that others can exert over us. As we learn we become FREE, we become powerful.  This pursuit of self defense in wellness, I call “The Martial Art of Wellness”. And as we practice we become Wellness Ninjas.


” When the world says, ‘Give up,’ Hope whispers, ‘Try one more time.

~ Anonymous


My Story with BAC

” I am writing this letter to you marking twelve years that I have been using the BAC products. I began using them in 2004 because I had been on birth control since college using Depo-Provera, and I had not gotten my period for over seven years. At the time it was a wonderful thing (not getting my period and all of the female things associated with it) but after going off the birth control, six months had passed and my cycle had not returned. After starting with BAC, within a few days I felt a difference in my energy, my regularity and my overall health. By the time I had been on the product for 3 to 4 weeks, what a difference. The energy level and overall health-well being were to me 100% better.  With the continued use of BAC, my cycle became regular in May. Not to mention the fact that as a teacher around children, many who carry hundreds of germs that I continually fight off avoiding those awful sicknesses I used to get prior to BAC.

I was thrilled with the progress my body made over the first year. My cycle became regular to the day, my female hormones adjusted and to this day I truly feel as if my body’s core is stronger and healthy. I became pregnant that next year and gave birth to a beautiful daughter and then in 2008 I gave birth to a beautiful baby boy.  

I highly recommend this product to any woman going through fertility issues or menopause and all the not fun side effects, hot flashes, no energy, not sleeping, and just the overall attitudes and emotional ups and downs. I can’t say enough good things about this product and I’m so very thankful for having been given the opportunity to take this product and experience the wonderful overall change in my health. 

– Kate B., Denver, Colorado


Before the discovery of agriculture, mankind was divided by its diverse locality, where the survival and size of each group was determined by its natural fertility or lack of; where the diet and general health of the group was the likely primary factor.  Nowadays, everyone knows or has heard of someone who has gone through fertility treatments. It is an emotional nightmare fueled by the promise of a treatment and the dream that pregnancy might happen. Alas, it is most often followed by shattered hope when the treatment is unsuccessful.

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This is a message of hope for couples having difficulty getting pregnant. Over the last 15 years I have witnessed several stories of couples successfully conceiving, having smooth pregnancies and healthy babies after they introduced BAC in their diet.  I will share here the extraordinary fertility research conducted by Dr. Michael Kiriac and some of the results obtained with mammals tested.   It is my hope that as fellow mammals, you will not hesitate to associate with these successes.

Russian Research

During several animal research projects, sponsored by the Academy of Science and the Ministry of Agriculture (nutritional science department) of the former Soviet Union, fertility was demonstrated in many small and large species, and proven in large trials with thousands of animals, even millions when considering research conducted on a poultry farm with 1.5 million egg-laying birds.  From the many benefits obtained during research conducted in Russia, I have selected below only those results or benefits having to do with fertility.

Poultry Research: In Moldova, from 1985 to 1995 a large egg laying poultry farm plagued with cancers and low productivity was selected as a principal center for algae research. Beside resolving the cancers, many productivity benefits were quantified as 20% productivity increase.

  • Increased number of eggs per year per chicken, from 250 to 300
  • Increased viability and survival of new born chicks from 90% to higher than 98%
  • Increased egg laying period from 16 months to 24 months
  • Increased overall fertility resulted in a population growth from 1 to 1.5 million in two years

Pig research: A 54,000-head hog near Voronege plagued with cancers, cardio-vascular diseases and low productivity.

  • Increased spermatozoid count, motility and lifespan by 400%
  • Increased litter’s size by at least 25%
  • Increased viability and survival of piglets
  • Increased instances and survival of twins
  • Increased overall fertility resulting in population growth

Dairy cow research: A 15,000-head dairy cow farm plagued with some cancers and low productivity.

  • Increased viability of donor’s embryos and resulting fecundity
  • Increased male spermatozoid count, motility and lifespan 400%
  • Increased instances and survival of twins
  • Increased survival of newborns
  • Increased overall fertility resulting in more years of calving

Mink research: In Siberia, mink farms totaling more than 10,000 animals were affected by various cancers and low productivity for this important soviet industry.

  • Increased viability of donor’s embryos and resulting fecundity
  • Increased spermatozoid count, motility and lifespan 400%
  • Increases in size of litters
  • Increased viability and survival of newborns
  • Increased overall fertility resulting in population growth

Dog research: In this informal study at the poultry research facility in Moldova, hundreds of dogs (the majority German Shepherds) that were used to guard the facility from foxes and other predators were observed over over several years.

  • Increases in size of litters
  • Increased spermatozoid count, motility and lifespan 400%
  • Increased viability and survivals of puppies
  • Increased overall fertility resulting in population growth

What is Fertility?

Fertility of a couple, a species or a nation is a complex issue.  There is more to it than just the spermatozoa or the egg. It is an entire body metabolism from head to toe that is involved from start to delivery and survival of the newborn. Furthermore, one cannot address fertility without bringing up fecundity and viability.

  • Fertility is a measure of reproduction: the number of children born per couple, person or population. Fertility in all species, including humans, displays astounding mechanisms and depends on factors of nutrition, sexual behavior, instinct, endocrinology, timing, way of life, and emotions.  Human fertility is even more complex when adding factors of economics and culture.
  • Fecundity, derived from the word fecund, refers to the ability to reproduce. In biology and demography, fecundity is the potential reproductive capacity of an organism, measured by the number of gametes (eggs), seed set or asexual propagules.
  • Viability means “capacity for survival” and is more specifically used to mean a capacity for living, developing, or germinating under favorable conditions. In pregnancy, viability refers to either an early stage pregnancy that has a chance of reaching full-term and a live birth; or the shortest length of pregnancy after which a new born prematurely has a chance of survival.

Rather then detailing the entire physiological mechanism of fertility (which can be found in books), or demonstrating the specific mechanism of each result/benefit obtained during the BAC animal research, I will describe next one metabolism that is fundamental to fertility and the relationship with BAC.

BAC and Spermatogenesis

When consuming BAC, all mammal species were observed to have more vitality, increased energy and strength.  Their spermatozoid count, its motility and lifespan became more elevated on average by 400%. Spermatozoid count is a function of energy, testosterone, cellular generation and other metabolic factors. Motility is a biological term which refers to the ability to move spontaneously and independently. In terms of fecundity it describes the capacity of the sperm to reach the egg.

One partial explanation of this results is associated with increased energy at the hypothalamus-pituitary axis (HPA) when the animal consumes BAC on a regular daily basis.  This increased energy at the HPA in turn supports more efficient acquisition and distribution of the nutrients required for fabrication of Adenosine-Tri-Phosphate (ATP) energy within the mitochondria’s Krebs cycle metabolism.  Animal and human cells contain on average 2000 of these mitochondria.

The Krebs cycle is where the conversion of food’s carbohydrates, glucose and fats into ATP takes place. The three phosphates are attached to the sugar component (a ribose bound to Adenosine) through high-energy bonds. Especially the third phosphate stores a lot of energy when bound to ADP (Adenosine diphosphate) . Releasing two phosphates from the sugar, results in AMP (Adenoside-mono-phosphate), inorganic phosphate, and energy.

ATP -> AMP + 2 PO4- + energy

It is this energy that can be passed on to other molecules, for instance to enable chemical reactions that are endothermic (require energy to take place). ATP is the ‘sugar lump’ of a cell. It is an efficient way to temporarily store energy that can quickly be released by one reaction. The energy is stored in the form of chemical bonds, but can be converted into electrical energy, into other chemical bonds, or into power (by contraction of muscle cells). In the case of cell membrane potential, it is ATP that drives ion pumps (complex proteins that span the membrane) to restore an electrical potential.

When looking at the spermatozoid one can visibly understand that energy is required for its flagellum to propel it towards the egg. The key to the spermatozoid motility is in its middle section (see diagram) immediately behind the head, that contains thousands of mitochondria. These mitochondria stand ready to respire sugars in the semen to generate the strong energy required for movement (motility) of the tail.


Other Research and Cases

Since BAC was introduced in North America in 1999, there has been several instances of fertility reported with animals, in some cases as anecdotal reports, in other cases as part of formal research projects:

  • Increased of 80% in survival rate of new chicks in a 28,000 egg laying poultry research project conducted at the University of Montreal Aviary Research Facility
  • Instances of larger size eggs on a Colorado small ranch
  • Increased in newborn survival rate on goat farm in Quebec
  • Twelve of thirteen birthing cows tested dropped their placenta naturally after giving birth, when previously assistance from a vet or the farmer was required
  • Increased number of birth per cow on formal research project in Laval, Quebec
  • In a clinical research conducted at the University of Hawaii, Spirulina caused the fertility of quail to go up to (96. 1 %), significantly higher than the quail on a standard breeder diet.
  • In several Aviaries, when algae is introduced, nearly double production of finches, canaries and hook-bills is observed.

I thought you would enjoy these photos. The Shells of all eggs that we collect are the thickest I have ever seen. The yolks are a beautiful sunrise orange. The photos show the egg from our smallest hen compared to the store bought “large” Nest Fresh eggs!!!! Wow!!! One photo depicts that we could not close the egg carton on the same side of the “bionic” egg! If you look real close you can see the brown egg through the hole.

BAC and Fertility in Human

Research demonstrated that adding BAC to the diet positively influences the Hypothalamus-Pituitary Axis (HPA) of the brain.   From the many results observed across the many species it is obvious that all physiological metabolisms are benefited when consuming BAC, in animal and human alike. When consuming BAC, most people initially report a sense of increased energy and strength. There has been many cases of fertility related benefits reported by people using BAC:

  • Couples having difficulty getting pregnant, reported successful pregnancy and resulting birth
  • Women report reduction or elimination of negative PMS symptoms
  • Women have reported returning and/or regular menstruation
  • Women and men report increased libido
  • Men report increased erectile function

Introduce Bio-Algae Concentrates (BAC) in your life, as a great shortcut to brain health, as an aid in restoring cellular health, endocrine health, and sexual health. I recommend that you eat BAC on a daily basis; an extremely efficient food, undoubtedly the best wholefood supplement on earth, a blend of micro-algae with extraordinary nutritional values.

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