Klamath's Best Wild-harvested Blue Green Algae Health Benefits for Children

Professor Celene Bernstein is an authority on ADD and ADHD in children and recommends Klamath's Best as a safe and effective supplement for children.

What follows are results from three studies on children and the use of AFA: 

Nicaragua - University of Central America

Sevulla and Aguirre (1995), in their doctoral research studied 1,567 school children who were given 1 gram (4 capsules) of AFA a day for six months.

  • A 54% percent increase in classroom participation was reported by teachers.
  • A 21% percent increase in classroom attendance records was found.
  • Overall, physical improvements in hair, skin and general health were observed.
  • The school's ranking on standardised academic tests went from lowest to highest  in the nation.
  • Significant improvement in the ability to focus, follow directions and concentrate
  • A reduction in argumentative, demanding and combative behaviour
  • Fewer symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Improvement in social skills
  • Fewer signs of emotional and behavioural withdrawal
  • Less acting out behaviour and fewer conduct problems
  • A reduction in behaviours characterised as "strange"
  • Fewer physical symptoms, such as headaches and stomach aches, for which there  is no apparent medical cause
  • Increased energy, vitality, and stamina.
  • Greater ability to handle stress.
  • A strengthening of the immune system, resulting in fewer ailments and a speedier  recovery from sickness.
  • Relief from the discomforting symptoms of hypoglycaemia, fatigue, mood swings,  allergies, etc.
  • Improved digestion and relief from constipation.
  • Enhanced mental alertness and clarity.
  • Improved memory.
  • Alleviation of anxiety and depression.
  • A stronger sense of direction and positive outlook on life.As the study progressed,  many children exhibited language and reading skill improvements. Parents and   teachers, alike, began reporting that the children had better social and    interactive skills, and more self-reliance.

Key Finding: A dramatic 81% improvement in the children's academic scores were reported

Harvard, Massachusetts - Center for Family Wellness

Claudia Jarratt and her staff (1997) conducted a landmark study of 142 children who ate between .5 gm and 1 gm of AFA a day for ten weeks.

  • Improved social skills with peers
  • Reduced anxiety and depression
  • Less argumentative, controlling and demanding behavior
  • Increased ability to follow directions and focus on tasks

Key Finding: Parents and teachers reported significant improvements in children's problem behaviors in 10 out of 11 categories using the Achenbach rating scales. 

Sierra Vista, AZ - The Stillwell Learning Center

Jeffrey Bruno, Ph.D., Joe-Jo Gittelman, and Barry Tuchfeld, Ph.D. (1998) conducted a study of 31 children in a special reading program who ate either 1.5 gm, 3 gm, or no AFA a day for three months.

  • Significant behavioural improvements on the Conners Parent and Teacher Rating  Scales
  • A forty percent improvement on children's mean score of memory recall
  • A twenty percent improvement on children's mean scores of concentration
  • A dramatic increase in tutorial classroom attendance record
  • Overall reduced physical symptoms and complaints

Key Finding: The AFA groups demonstrated a significant reduction in toxic levels of aluminium. Toxic levels of aluminium are correlated with learning problems.                                                                                                                                        


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