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Food Matters
     

Food Matters

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Director: Laurentine ten Bosch, Ph. D. Andrew W. Saul, Charlotte Gerson, Dr. Dan Rogers

Cast: Laurentine ten Bosch, Ph. D. Andrew W. Saul, Charlotte Gerson, Dr. Dan Rogers

 
This documentary examines the current state of America's food supply, and suggests that the over-industrialization of food production is making the nation sicker by the moment. The documentary analyzes the proliferation of chemical additives in "natural" foods, looks at the relationship between the lack of nutrients in the American diet and the nation's rising health

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This documentary examines the current state of America's food supply, and suggests that the over-industrialization of food production is making the nation sicker by the moment. The documentary analyzes the proliferation of chemical additives in "natural" foods, looks at the relationship between the lack of nutrients in the American diet and the nation's rising health care costs, and offers tips for system detoxification. ~ Carly Wray

Product Details

Release Date:
11/10/2009
UPC:
0094922971029
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
NR
Source:
Permacology Prod Pty
Region Code:
0
Time:
1:20:00
Sales rank:
11,911

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Disc #1 -- Food Matters
1. Ancient Wisdom [2:06]
2. How Old Is Your Food? [3:42]
3. Raw Foods & Superfoods [6:25]
4. Supplements & Doctortraining [7:47]
5. The Body's Own Healing Mechanism [4:30]
6. Heart Disease [3:24]
7. Drug Money [10:08]
8. Depression & Mental Illness [5:39]
9. Detoxification & Weightloss [4:08]
10. Cancer [14:05]
11. A Whole New Paradigm [7:54]
12. A Better Alternative [4:15]

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Food Matters 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Stella-123_Matembe More than 1 year ago
This video shows us the importance of nutrition ad and how changing our diet could prevent us from developing many diseases, even chronic illnesses. The video gives us the difference between medical treatment and nutritional treatment. In fact, people need to be educated if they wish to live longer and build a better future. Let food be our medicine, as it says in this video, because we are what we eat. It is not difficult to change our lifestyle, for we have a secret that is not asking us to furnish many efforts, and it is something we already know. It is cheap, too.
tmy928 More than 1 year ago
Watch this, then do your own research as well. I did that, and have found a pluthera of valuable resources that are helping me. Its more information than i can absorb, but the great thing is that i know where to find out what i need to know. This is a great starting point for those who are truly interested in helping themselves. It's a common-sense educational look at what is going wrong, and what we can do to change it. Highly recommended.
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