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Are You What You Eat?

By May 29, 2009 - 9:45pm
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Are pills really the answer to every ill? Consumers of Modern medicine support a very profitable industry: Pharmaceutical companies! But have we gone to far and forgot our own accountability to maintain a health body?

I think it is time for each of us to take responsibility for our bodies, what we eat and what we feed our children. Food Matters is the latest documentary that offers an eye opening overview of the many powers behind the health crisis in the modern world. Watch this short overview of the movie Food Matters and lead the efforts to a better, healthier society.


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Thanks Anon, I would like to get your feedback after you watch the movie. I have watched the whole thing three times and each time I experienced a new "AHA" moment. At some point Americans will have to take some responsibility on their own health along with establishing policies that hold accountable other special interests like the food industry, pharma, and those who continue to pollute the environment, crops, etc.

June 1, 2009 - 10:56pm
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This was very interesting, thank you Coach Virginia for sharing the link. I have ordered to movie and will watch it with my family. I hope my teenage kids see the value of this film. My husband has many health issues and I think at the root cause of all of them is his terrible eating habits, now he has to face the side effects of the many medications he takes. It is a vicious cycle and we are tired of the quick fixes. He is not getting healthier, with all the side effects he is actually much more sicker than before. We need to start easting better. Thank you again!

May 30, 2009 - 10:39pm
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