100,000 FREE Zollipops® for 100,000 Smiles

100,000 FREE Zollipops® for 100,000 Smiles


Remember my recent post about Zollipops®?  Zollipops was created by a nine-year-old right here in Michigan.  You can read the full story here as a refresher.

The folks over at Zollipops just sent over some new info that they wanted me to share with you regarding this healthy treat.  Check it out:

WOLVERINE LAKE, MI– (February 24, 2015) – To help support the ADA’s (American Dental Association’s) National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM), LOL, the makers of Zollipops, are giving 100,000 of the good-for-your-teeth pops to dentists and schools, across the country, to encourage healthy mouths and beautiful smiles.

Each February, the ADA creates a month-long health initiative to bring together dental professionals, healthcare providers and educators to promote good oral health, focused on kids. This year’s campaign slogan is “Defeat Monster Mouth.” When Alina Morse, the nine-year-old inventor of Zollipops, heard about the initiative, she decided to help, by giving away her tasty treats for free.

“We are putting our money, and Zollipops, where YOUR mouth is, to support NCDHM’s 2015 campaign to ‘Defeat Monster Mouth,'” said Morse, the inventor of the ‘Clean Teeth Pop.’ “We have the same goal: to promote healthy teeth and gums!”
Tooth decay is America’s most chronic childhood disease. It is five times more common than asthma and seven times more common than hay fever. Reducing acidity and promoting an alkaline environment in children’s bodies is a vital part of health that will carry them into adulthood.  Enter Zollipops. The delicious pops come in a variety of flavors and leave a clean, refreshing feeling in your mouth. By raising the pH level inside your mouth, Zollipops can help fight cavities, while leaving out damaging sugar and other ingredients that can eat away at tooth enamel. These innovative indulgences are sugar-free, using erythritol and stevia, instead. The sweet suckers neutralize acid in the mouth and help reduce bacteria.
“I invented Zollipops because I couldn’t see why keeping your teeth healthy and clean couldn’t be fun,” said Morse. “I don’t know a kid who doesn’t like candy, and sweets can be really damaging to your mouth. Why not have a candy that is good for you?”
In addition to giving away 100,000 Zollipops to support NCDHM, Morse has also committed to giving 10% of all Zollipops profits to support oral health education in schools.
Dentists and schools should visit www.zollipops.com or www.fb.com/zollicandy to learn more about how they can participate in the “100,000 Smiles” campaign with Zollipops, and help create awareness for National Children’s Dental Health Month.
Learn more about delicious Zollipops, the ‘Clean Teeth Pops,’ that can reduce the risk of tooth decay, dental caries and the future development of cavities at zollipops.com.
Zollipops are made in the U.S., by LOL, in Walled Lake, Mich. In addition to Whole Foods Market, Zollipops are available at natural food stores and Amazon.com. Even some banks have begun providing Zollipops, as a healthier option for their younger customers.

Through its “100,000 Smiles” campaign, Zollipops is committed to giving away 100,000 Zollipops, at no cost, to help support the ADA’s National Children’s Dental Health Month.

For more information, please visit http://www.Zollipops.com.

Lindsey Jenn

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