BRAVO Probiotic Yogurt

We’ve looking for answers into Jackson’s Autism/vaccine injury/toxic overload since he was 18 months, and have been on the path to health for about 5 years now.  The binder below is full of blood, urine, stool, hair tests, body scans and other test results from the various doctors we’ve worked with over the years.  This binder is 2 inches thick and nearing capacity overload!

Jackson has been taking supplements since before he was 2, and I’m always looking for high quality probiotics to add to his nutraceutical lineup.  I’ve also heard that it’s best to routinely switch probiotics since the body can grow accustomed to the same strains of probiotics.


About 5 months ago, our local holistic doctor told us about BRAVO Probiotic.  Their purchase the BRAVO probiotic mixes directly from Europe (, and sell it in their office for patients to make at home.  It costs $400 for 13 batches, a it lasts us about 5 months.  If you’re looking for Ingredients, Nutritional Facts, Storage, or Videos, check out the website above.


The BRAVO kit comes in a big pouch with a little booklet and contains the powdered packets and directions.  Between the directions that come in the kit and directions on the website, I’m going to be very brief describing how I make it:

  1. Boil a quart of high quality Organic Whole Milk until it froths up and nearly boils over the pan.
  2. Turn off heat and let the milk fully cool.
  3. Mix in one of each BRAVO packet.
  4. Cover with a dish cloth and let sit 24-48 hours.
  5. Strain yogurt through colander into a mason jar.
  6. Keep yogurt in the fridge for 2-3 weeks.


Never ever did I think I would be making our own yogurt, but it’s actually super easy and delicious!  I have a couple spoonfuls int he morning and a couple at night.  I add an ounce or 2 of the yogurt to Jackson’s daily chocolate avocado pudding/supplement mixture.  Jackson loves his pudding so much that he now helps me make it everyday when he gets home from school!

How-to-make videos from