Robert Meirovich, CEO of Airbiotics began by speaking about the challenges with cleaning indoor spaces in a healthy manner. “Indoor air pollution is considered to be the fourth environmental threat to our health. Eighty million Americans suffer from allergies, asthma, and respiratory diseases. Fifty percent of those diseases are actually caused by indoor air pollution. As a population, we are actually making things worse. We are infusing our homes with different antibacterial disinfectants. Those products cause the problem to be even worse because we are infusing our living space with allergens and scents. Did you know that the average American consumes around forty pounds of dust annually? And this dust becomes a reason for having an itchy and stuffy nose, dry eyes, and headaches.”
Amanda Ortiz, Airbiotics’ Vice President of Operations, continued by explaining how Airbiotics overcomes these challenges in a safe and healthy way. She said, “By using natural probiotics, we have the upper hand. Our probiotics can go through your indoor living spaces and remove the allergens, dust mites, bacteria, mold spores, and other things that trigger your upper respiratory issues in a natural way.”
The show’s Vice President of Programming, JL Haber added, “Staying healthy is very important and knowing that your typical indoor cleaners can actually make things worse is life changing. Airbiotics is offering an alternative that can help people in the long run.”
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