Brew Your Own Kombucha in Prescott
Are you looking for a fun new way to add probiotics to your meal plans? If so, we have the perfect event for you, and it’s happening right here in Prescott. Our Prescott Dentistry staff knows the importance of probiotics for your physical and dental health, so we encourage you to participate in the Brew Your Own Kombucha event happening on May 5th in Prescott.
What: The Art of Brewing Your Own Kombucha is a community event meant to educate the public on the health benefits of Kombucha, as well as to provide a step-by-step guide to brewing it at home. Kombucha has become widely popular for all of its health benefits. This event might even save you money by showing you how to brew your own tasty Kombucha mixes.
When: Saturday, May 5th, 2018 from 1:00PM to 5:00PM
Where: Lotus Bloom Yoga, 777 W. Hillside, Prescott, Arizona 86303
Cost: $30 per person by registering in advance, either in person or via phone by calling 928-499-1553
Why are Probiotics Important for Our Health?
Probiotics help keep our digestive system healthy and full of the good bacteria we need to digest our food properly. But were you aware that probiotics are also good for our dental health? Some sources say they can help reduce gum bleeding, while others have found that probiotics can actually reduce the risk of cavities (Colgate, 2018). Currently, there’s a lot of research being conducted on the impact of probiotics on dental health. At Prescott Dentistry, we also partner with producers of EvoraPro, a probiotic specific for reestablishing a healthy bacterial balance in the oral cavity. Did you know that gum disease and dental decay are all caused by an unhealthy balance of bacteria? Using dental-specific probiotics can go a long way towards combating these diseases.
If you’re interested in finding alternative methods to make your own digestive probiotics, we highly recommend attending The Art of Brewing Your Own Kombucha, as a fun and educational way to learn about strengthening and improving your physical health. If you want to learn more about this natural way to improve your dental health, come to Prescott Dentistry for a cleaning and consultation regarding dental probiotics.
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