Pottstown, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/29/2018 -- With March being National Nutrition Month, the team at Community Health & Dental Care is spreading a message to the residents of Montgomery County: "It's never too late to make a step towards a healthier life."
Whether it's simply incorporating more vegetables and exercise into a daily routine or seeking treatment for heroin addiction in Montgomery County, Community Health & Dental Care is using National Nutrition Month to encourage everyone to invest more into their health and seek the assistance they need to live longer and happier lives.
Now that spring is here, there will be plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables available for purchase, and exercising outdoors can be comfortably done again. This makes March the perfect time for residents to schedule an appointment with the team at Community Health & Dental Care.
They are dedicated to teaching patients about body composition, and how they can make changes to live healthier and improve their nutrition during the remainder of the year. Whether it's a long overdue dental appointment or customized diet plan, the spring season can be one of new beginnings with Community Health & Dental Care.
No matter who they are, Community Health & Dental Care is urging all residents of Montgomery County to take a proactive approach to their health this National Nutrition Month.
Anyone who wishes to learn more about how to adopt healthier habits or schedule an appointment with this adult and pediatric care and dental center in Montgomery County can contact Community Health & Dental Care. Their staff can be reached by calling 800-589-6212 or visiting them online at https://ch-dc.org to get started on the road to a better life.
About Community Health & Dental Care
Community Health & Dental Care is a non-profit health center that provides primary medical and dental care to eligible patients regardless of their insurance status. With three Pottstown, PA locations, this provider is dedicated to making a difference for people of all income levels in the area.
For more information, interested parties can visit online at http://ch-dc.org/.