The World’s First Probiotic with Serious Health Properties

Bravo Probiotic® is a game-changer that rebuilds your health. It is the only probiotic that contains more than 300 probiotic strains.

Bravo was formulated by Molecular Biologist, Dr. Marco Ruggiero, MD. Ph.D., author of peer-reviewed scientific papers on immunotherapy & quantum biology.

What results can I expect from taking Bravo?

Customers report Bravo is substantially more effective than any other probiotic available. They report increased energy, feelings of well-being, improved digestion, better quality sleep, feeling younger, skin quality improvement, fewer aches and pains, and a return to good health.

Is Bravo Natural?

Yes, Bravo is 100% Natural.

Is Bravo easy to make?

Yes, Bravo is easy to make or you can buy ready-made Capsules or Suppositories.

Bravo Probiotic Suppositories deliver 300+ strains of probiotics. This delivers the probiotics directly where they need to go. Will not trigger Lactose or Casein intolerance.

Can I take more than one kind of Bravo probiotic?

Yes, in general, the more you take, the better the outcome. For instance, you can take Bravo Yogurt and Bravo Suppositories or Bravo Capsules and Bravo Suppositories to help reconstitute the Microbiome.

Bravo Probiotic 300+ Concentrate Capsules are produced by freeze drying Bravo fermented milk drink. Not as powerful as the yogurt, but easy for busy individuals.

Why is Bravo priced higher compared to other probiotics?

Bravo is the result of many years of work in the laboratory using only the purest and highest quality ingredients. This, coupled with the extremely large quantity (300+) of Probiotic Strains, means that this is the most expensive probiotic in the world to manufacture. Bravo really is superior to all others.

Bravo Probiotic 300+ Edestiny Capsules are produced by freeze drying Bravo fermented hemp seed protein (edestin) to produce a 100% VEGAN product and Vegetal GcMAF.

How does Bravo taste?

Kids and adults love the taste of Bravo.

What if I am lactose or casein intolerant?

Bravo fermented milk products provide lactose fermenting micro-organisms to help you to overcome lactose intolerance. Or you can use Bravo for juice, Bravo Edestiny, or Bravo Suppositories, which do not trigger lactose or casein intolerance.

Bravo Probiotic 300+ fermented juice is a ready to make 12 week supply. Add the probiotics to your preferred juice and ferment. No Lactose or Casein. Designed not to change the flavour of your juice.100% VEGAN.

Natural Antiviral Action

Thanks to Bravo Probiotics’ superior ability to empower the immune system, due in part to its unique composition of Phages (friendly viruses that fight infections), it has rapidly gained recognition as an essential supplement to support the immune system against viral infections.

Natural Antibiotic Action

The best way to fight unhealthy gut microbes, including parasites, is to use their natural enemies, which are the microbes that constitute the healthy human microbiome. The healthy microbes then compete for territory with the unhealthy microbes, and by daily introducing the healthy Bravo Probiotic microbes, we routinely strengthen their numbers, and this helps them to win the fight.

Natural Anti-Biofilm Action

In the gut, we find biofilms, which are barriers that unhealthy microbes and parasites, form to cover themselves and to protect themselves from insults that may come from the environment. Bravo microbes produce acid molecules that disintegrate these biofilms and expose the unhealthy microbes, to a fight with the healthy Bravo microbes.

Natural Anti-Microbial & Immune Modulatory Action

Bravo Probiotic yogurt forms 236 new peptides during the fermentation process. These peptides contribute to the overall support of a healthy immune system, and this is particularly useful against candida, and whilst it may take weeks, or even months, in the end, you may see excellent results.

Bravo Probiotic 300+ fermented milk is a ready-to-make 13 week supply. Add the probiotics to your preferred whole milk and then ferment.

GcMAF

All Bravo Probiotic is designed to produce the active site of GcMAF by natural fermentation. GcMAF supports a healthy immune system and the body’s activation of macrophages. It can be absorbed through the mucosa cells in your mouth, so it is ideal to swish your mouth with Bravo drink before swallowing.

Reboot Your Microbiome

Significantly, the 300+ strains of probiotics that have gone into this superfood, are also present in the gut of a newborn fed only with colostrum, the mother's first milk. When given to someone who needs support, they can reboot your microbiome back to how nature intended.

"Bravo is a System for Making a New Ecosystem & NOT Merely a Probiotic"

In the above controlled eight week study, where the only change was the addition of 125ml/day of Bravo Probiotic, participants saw a significant improvement in overall health as their immune system and bone marrow function restored.

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Published Science

  1. The Microbiome & Probiotics
    An Interview with Molecular Biologist, Prof. Marco Ruggiero MD, PhD: Understanding the GI and Brain Microbiome and the Role of GcMAF in Harmonizing the Immune System with the Microbiome Populations.
    Jacques Fernandez de Santos.
    Townsend Letter.

    Link to Abstract Link to Full Article

  2. Bravo Yogurt
    Macrophages of the mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) as key elements of the immune response to vitamin D binding protein-macrophage activating factor.
    Stefania Pacini, Tiziana Punzi, Gabriele Morucci, Marco Ruggiero.
    Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology.

    Link to Abstract Link to Full Article

  3. Bravo Yogurt
    Oleic Acid, Deglycosylated Vitamin D-Binding Protein, Nitric Oxide: A Molecular Triad Made Lethal to Cancer.
    Marco Ruggiero, Emma Ward, Rodney Smith, Jacopo J.V. Branca, David Noakes, Gabriele Morucci, Margit Taubmann, Lynda Thyer and Stefania Pacini.
    Anticancer Research.

    Link to Abstract Link to Full Article

  4. The Brain Microbiome
    Editorial from the February/March 2017 edition of the Townsend Letter.
    The Townsend Letter - The Examiner of Alternative Medicine.
    Link to Letter Link to Full Article

  5. Bravo Yogurt
    Case report: intermittent fasting and probiotic yogurt consumption are associated with reduction of serum alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase and increased urinary excretion of lipophilic toxicants.
    Jerry Blythe, Marco Ruggiero and Stefania Pacini.
    Madridge Journal of Immunology.

    Link to Abstract Link to Full Article

  6. Bravo Fermented Juice
    Description of a Novel Probiotic Concept: Implications for the Modulation of the Immune System.
    Stefania Pacini and Marco Ruggiero.
    American Journal of Immunology.

    Link to Abstract Link to Full Article

  7. The Microbiome
    The Human Microbiota and the Immune System; Reflections on Immortality.
    Marco Ruggiero.
    Madridge Journal of Immunology.

    Link to Journal Link to Full Article

  8. Bravo Yogurt & Concentrate & Suppositories
    Phage composition of a fermented milk and colostrum product assessed by microbiome array; putative role of open reading frames.
    Stefania Pacini, Marco Ruggiero.
    Journal of Neurology & Stroke.

    Link to Journal Link to Full Article

  9. Bravo Yogurt & Concentrate & Suppositories
    Natural Plasmids in a Swiss Fermented Milk and Colostrum Product assessed by Microbiome Array.
    Stefania Pacini, Marco Ruggiero.
    Madridge Journal of Immunology (MJIM).

    Link to Journal Link to Full Article

  10. Bravo Concentrate & imuno®
    Consumption of an Extremely Biodiverse Probiotic and a Supplement based on Microbial Chondroitin Sulfate is Associated with Very Low Serum Alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase (Nagalase) Activity and Decrease of C-reactive Protein Values.
    Stefania Pacini, Marco Ruggiero.
    American Journal of Immunology.

    Link to Journal Link to Full Article

  11. Bravo Edestiny
    Fermentation of hemp seed proteins leads to formation of peptides that share sequence similarity with human vitamin D-binding protein.
    Marco Ruggiero, Stefania Pacini.
    Open Access Text.

    Link to Journal Link to Full Article

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