The MAGISNAT Ambassador program proudly announces the addition of its third ambassador, Bruce Vigna, who is set to inspire individuals with his dedication to the Mediterranean way of and holistic well-being.* MAGISNAT, a leader in promoting natural and balanced living, is thrilled to collaborate with Bruce as he shares his insightful tips and advice for those seeking to embrace a healthier lifestyle, even amidst busy schedules.
Bruce Vigna, a living embodiment of the Mediterranean lifestyle, has cultivated a deep passion for its principles, focusing on a balanced approach to exercise, nutrition, and overall wellness. With the support of MAGISNAT, Bruce aims to connect with individuals who are pressed for time yet aspire to integrate wellness practices into their routines, much like he has.
Through the partnership with MAGISNAT, Bruce will be offering valuable insights into the Mediterranean way of life—a lifestyle that MAGISNAT is keen on fostering in the United States. Backed by scientific research, the Mediterranean lifestyle has been proven to infuse individuals with vitality and a sense of well-being. Central to this lifestyle are components like social engagement and a balanced diet, rich in natural compounds such as hydroxytyrosol and citrus bioflavonoids.
The official presentation by Bruce Vigna is now available for viewing on the MAGISNAT YouTube channel: [https://youtu.be/Wo_qWezKbqM](https://youtu.be/Wo_qWezKbqM). Audiences can gain invaluable insights from Bruce’s personal journey and learn how to incorporate the Mediterranean lifestyle’s benefits into their own lives.*
For more information about MAGISNAT and the Ambassador program, please visit https://magisnat.com/our-ambassadors
Company Name: MAGISNAT
Contact Person: Matteo Bertelli MD, PhD
Address: Atlanta Tech Park 107 Technology Parkway Suite 801
City: PEACHTREE CORNERS
State: GA 30092
Country: United States
*It is important to note that this article does not intend to provide medical advice, and the purpose of the summary of the scientific bibliography is cultural insight. The article does not suggest that olive tree polyphenols or dietary supplements have therapeutic or preventive properties for any disease or condition. It is not intended as advice to use the olive tree or its derivatives in any modality or for any purpose. Only a physician and/or nutritionist can provide advice in the areas of nutrition, prevention, and health.