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New Documentary Film Shows That Your Health Is In Your Own Hands.
Despite all the confusion thrown at us by the multi-billion dollar diet and weight loss industry, a new documentary film premiering online for free, shows us how to take
control of our health and weight – naturally.
In 2005 the findings of the New England Journal of Medicine concluded that for the
first time in 1000 years, life expectancy is expected to decline. Put in simple terms,
the children of this generation may not live as long as their parents.
After intense research, examining the way we live and putting western food views
under the microscope, ground breaking documentary filmmakers, James Colquhoun
and Laurentine ten Bosch, took these findings one step further and questioned: are
we eating ourselves sick and obese?
Alarmingly, they found that those of us attempting to change the habits of a lifetime of damage are being held back by a food and weight loss industry which has a multibillion dollar interest in keeping us tethered to bad health.
Their brand new documentary Hungry For Change exposes the deceptive strategies
the diet world uses to keep us unhappy, unhealthy and coming back for more. After
their first documentary, Food Matters, won plaudits from nutritional and health
experts around the world and changed attitudes towards food and well being, James
and Laurentine have turned their attention to revolutionizing how we view dieting and
so-called ‘health foods’.
“We all want a perfect sculpted body, beautiful skin, a youthful appearance and probably most importantly, we all want more energy,” Laurentine said. “If it was really as easy as the weight loss and food industry want us believe, then why don’t we all have it?”
“Hungry For Change shows you how many of the ‘health foods’ we eat are keeping us locked in the dieting and bad health cycle and how by educating ourselves about what we eat and where it comes from, we can truly take control of our appearance, our health and ultimately, our life.”
“We both come from a nutritional background, but more importantly, we have seen the effects modern eating habits and the so-called ‘wonder drugs’ have had on a personal level, on our loved ones” says James.
“We knew there was a better way. Food Matters, our first film, enlightened audiences on how what we consume dictates our health and well being. Hungry For Change tackles the myths mainstream media and the multi-billion dollar food and diet industries have promoted, for people who may think they are doing the right thing, but have really fallen victim to lies designed to keep that money coming in.”
Endorsed by international peak performance expert Anthony Robbins, who called the film “inspiring” and said it will “transform your health”, Hungry For Change features interviews with healthy food crusader Jamie Oliver, as well as best selling authors and leading medical experts, including Dr Alejandro Junger, Dr Christiane Northrup, David Wolfe, Daniel Vitalis, Dr Joseph Mercola, Jason Vale, Jon Gabriel, Kris Carr and Mike Adams.
Aware of just how hard it can be to change your life, Laurentine and James also included the real life stories of Evita Ramparte, Frank Ferrante and Joe Cross, who
themselves struggled with weight issues and managed to turn their lives around dramatically. “It’s easy to say, oh, this is how you do it,” Laurentine said “but to hear the stories from these people, who were once themselves part of the obesity epidemic and to hear how they used education, visualization and commitment, to take back their lives, is beyond inspiring. It’s empowering.”
In an attempt to make the film’s message available to the public and as far reaching
as possible the film duo have forgone an elaborate red carpet film festival premiere in
favor of launching Hungry For Change for free on the internet. They know the power
of social media and word of mouth and are excited that the film will soon be made
available to viewers all over the world, at exceptional quality, online.
“We thought long and hard about how to launch the film,” James said. “After hearing
what all the experts had to say, and from what we have heard from the select few
who have seen it, including Anthony Robbins, we knew there was really no choice.
“This is information that needs to get to people fast. There is this prevalent mind set in our society where we think that being overweight, having food allergies, feeling sluggish or run down is just part of life and aging. It’s not true and with access to solid information, people invariably start making better choices for their health. This film helps people help themselves”
An owner’s manual on how to eat your way to beauty and health, Hungry For
Change will be available for free for ten days only from March 21-31, 2012. Be the
first to watch it at http://www.hungryforchange.tv/