What should I buy? How do I take it? How do I make it?

June 14, 2017

 

Goat selfies?  Really?  

 

 

 

Bravo Basics - How to make, take and care for your Bravo!

 

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Ellen M asks, "What should I buy?"  

 

Mimi suggests:

 

Are you handy in the kitchen?  - the starter kit.  It is powder which must be made into a yogurt like syrup.

Are you "high powered" and have no time or patience?  - Buy the prepared and skip the fuss

Sending it to someone else?  - Buy the gift basket (starter powder needs refrigerated long term)

Want a trial sample?  - Split a starter 3-pack with some friends.

 

There are 3 ways to start.

 

Like it -  (most conservative) - buy a $25.50 1/2 pack of powder with small box priority shipping $6.80.   You get to see how it works but there is more to buy when you want to get comfortable.

 

Love it - $95 ($72 & $22.95 overnight ship)  (like a dinner at a restaurant). For those who have no energy, no time or perhaps are in a mental or physical bind. We will make the yogurt for you.  This is called "Prepared Bravo" on the "shop" page. You start but you will quickly realize you can make it yourself.

 

Gotta have it - $115  the Luxury Start Package  (You will most likely end here eventually) 

includes a yogurt maker, charging glass jar, Bravo starting powder, Bravo Protocol, and Colostrum to make the next match.  You can get farther and be more ready to take off.  It's the smartest way to go!  

 

I am sure we can agree that we need probiotics. This Bravo GcMAF is made from a fantastic array of probiotics. This is worth the effort to upgrade your health.  The cost of a probiotic of this quality is more than $65 per month.  

 

You are also getting a Miron glass jar.  It is not a risk. It will charge any super food or water. (very nice energy)

 

This yogurt machine can be used make any yogurt.  It is a yogurt maker.  It's useful but there are other ways to do it.  

Already have one?  Great. Skip it. Get the gift basket by itself.

 

If you are confident that you want to pursue the GcMAF track, (which in my opinion we all need) then, here is how to do it!  There isn't much risk.

You are already getting the base value for your money even before we consider the value of the effect of the GcMAF.  What is the value of GcMAF?  Watch the videos on www.bravocoop.com blog tab called what is GcMAF.  Think about that!

 

 

 

HOW DO I MAKE BRAVO GcMAF PROBIOTIC YOGURT?

 

HOW DO I TAKE IT?

 

 

Bravo Protocol from the European doctors that is getting results

 

1. Bravo - 

              How do I take it?

2.  Ketogenic Diet - small meals every 2 hrs.  (important to keep this protocol)

               Lots of vegetables, dark leafy greens 

               Clean source of protein

               Nothing else.  This is for you to repair your body proteins

3.  Multi-minerals - Food based (seaweed is good)

               Personal preference.

4.  Lithium Orotate and Rubia Cordifolia

               We addressed this by making Bravo Protocol with both products in one jar.

               Always use the Bravo Protocol  or some version it helps to build coherence in the gut    

                (lithium orotate) and helps to keep the blood clean and blocks moving (rubia cordifolia).  

 

 

Prepared 1/2 Liter of Bravo Probiotic is cultured with milk

The photos are of me and a new friend who is really enjoying chomping on some organic vegetable leaves from our garden that I brought them.  These are the girls who make the milk for our Prepared Bravo Probiotic.  We  use raw milk (heated to 160 degrees) which is rated for agriculture and pets. ;)

 

The small family farm is very loving and the goats are definately part of the family and are not stressed.  (Heart of Christmas Farms, Christmas, FL)

 

If you order Prepared Bravo Probiotic there is a limited amount of goat's milk and also available is raw cow's milk.

We take the orders during the week.

We get the milk, culture it and ship it out on ice to your door.  

 

I can't actually recommend it to you.

I can say that I have had a good experience with it.  Profound actually.

I don't think I could find a higher quality of milk or fresher anywhere.

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