How to Healthy Survive on the Plastisphere

How to Healthy Survive on the Plastisphere

Dear Valued Customer,

In recent days, Dr. Blythe, a colleague and friend of mine, brought to my attention
a study, published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine investigating the link between MNPs and cardiovascular disease.

The study shows that 60% of patients undergoing surgery to open clogged arteries have MNPs in their fatty arterial deposits; the researchers also demonstrate that the presence of MNPs in the arteries significantly affects the risk (4.5 times higher compared to those without MNPs) of strokes, heart attacks, and death. The study also shows higher levels of inflammation in patients with MNPs, which further strengthens the connection between these tiny plastic particles and heart problems.

Overall, this study adds to the growing body of evidence suggesting MNPs pose a
threat to human health.

The good news, however, is that the main culprits observed in this study were those plastics coming from plastic bottles and packaging that can be eliminated thanks to the consumption of BRAVO.

In addition, it has been demonstrated that complex microbial communities are
uniquely positioned to help with MNPs. "Microbial consortia" like BRAVO (an
entire microbiome, a diverse and well-integrated community of health-supporting
microbes) and not just individual probiotics, are the key to survive on our plastic-polluted planet, a planet that the scientists now call the "Plastisphere".

I thank you in advance for the time and attention that you will want to give to this
matter and I remain at your service for any further information I may be able to

Thanks for your trust in Bravo.

Yours truly,
Marco Ruggiero

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