Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Food Matters (a short review)

Food Matters on Netflix

I recently took the time to view a documentary on Netflix called Food Matters. The film discusses in great detail (via interviews and presentations of scientific observations) the importance of nutrition in keeping your body healthy and free from disease.

The film also covers at length the controversial Gerson therapy and diet which has successfully been used for many years in the reversal of many terminal conditions, including cancer and lupus. The therapy works on the principle of allowing the body to heal itself. It is absolutely amazing and very promising, especially when pharmaceutical treatments tend to have so many frightening side effects and yet offer no guarantee of a "cure".

Overall, Food Matters is perhaps the most concise, educational, and useful documentary about health and nutrition that has been made thus far. Only 77 minutes long, it shows us how the food we eat is affecting us all - in both the positive and negative ways.

Featured speakers and interviewees in this film include: Andrew W. Saul, David Wolfe, Charlotte Gerson, Ian Brighthope, Victor Zeines, Phillip Day, Dr. Dan Rogers, Jerome Burne. If you are concerned about the effects of pharmaceutical drugs on the your health and the health of your family, this is a must see film. If you thought the only way to treat ailments and deadly diseases such as cancer is through those powerful drugs that don't even guarantee a cure, then this film might change your mind.


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