Introduction to Fermentation

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Food & Drink

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Curious about using microbes to improve your health? How does bacteria boost our immune system and keep us healthy? This class is for those curious about fermentation or those who want more information about the benefits of fermentation and how fermented foods improve health.

1. Why should we eat fermented foods
2. What is fermentation
3. How to do basic ferments

We'll have a hands on demonstration, and some yummy fermented foods to taste!

Attendees will be able to prepare their own ferment to take home and fermentation recipes.

Class price is $20 per person and all materials are provided. Registration requires e-mail so we can send recipes and class materials. Registration for the class closes at midnight on Friday, July 28th. Minimum 10 attendees per class, max of 30.

This class is taught by the well-versed, Dr. Diana Toler of Family Care Chiropractic. She has been making and creating a wide variety of ferments for several years. You will learn more than just how to set up a ferment but why consuming bacteria can help with gut health.

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All ages welcome

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Dr. Diana Toler is a chiropractic physician practicing in the Arnold area. She obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic, and Masters of Science in Nutrition from Logan University and began practicing at Family Care Chiropractic Center in 2014. Dr. Toler's practice consists of chiropractic care, as well as nutritional counseling and education that includes whole food nutrition, supplemental nutrition, essential oils, and fermented foods. She helps patients by giving them realistic and beneficial options that fit their lifestyle, budget, and time. Her focus with nutrition helps those with Type 2 Diabetes, Auto-Immune Disorders, Fibromyalgia, and Digestive Problems.

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