Learn why cultured/probiotic foods are beneficial to health, taster session and practical workshop so you can make make your own jar to take home
Arrive 10:00am for a prompt start at 10:30am, finishes at 12:30pm
This 2 hour workshop, will outline all you need to know about the importance of eating foods which are beneficial for our good bacteria and how good gut health is linked to our immune system.
Probiotic foods can be mysterious and intimidating. We will demonstrate how tasty they are and how you can include them in your daily diet.
This workshop is informative, practical, and fun.
The workshop is a hands-on making session whereby you will get to create your own jar of cultured vegetables to take away. All materials are included along with information sheets and top tips to try out at home.
The workshop is led by Nutritional Therapist Stephen Gamble.
Spaces are strictly limited, so book early.
If you book and are then unable to attend please email email@example.com so your place can be offered to someone else.
Arrival from 10:00am for refreshments, ready for a prompt start at 10:30am, the workshop ends at 12.30pm
There is free parking on site either directly outside the centre and in any unmarked spaces on the business park.
Please note the following:
1. Together Against Cancer (TAC) is a registered charity and offers this workshop on a free or by donation basis (donatons may be made on the day and are entirely voluntary).
2. The workshop is open to everyone over the age of 18.
3. Photographs may be taken at the workshop, which we may use in our publications and social media.