Friday, May 13, 2011

Event: Forks Over Knives Documentary

If you're a Doctor Oz fan, you may have seen his latest show about the Forks Over Knives documentary.

"The feature film Forks Over Knives examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods."

Watch the trailer, it looks to be an eye opener!

This film will open in Cleveland beginning on May 27th, 2011 at the Cedar Lee Theater, 2163 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

Not from around here?  Check out additional showings.

1 comment:

  1. Eeeeg. I'll have to peek into that... We have omninvore teeth for a reason. The processed foods thing i totally buy--vitamin B is not vitamin, for example, if it's manufactured. It's an out-of-matrix chemical replica. Imo, it's not the meat that's an issue: it's the meat we eat (after what we do to it.)

    Meat contains (and mind you, I have a hard time with meat, generally, because it IS dead animal) Heme iron, for which there isn't another source. Heme iron is absolutely essential for our health, especially optimal absorption of other nutrition. It's not in nutrition supplements, it hasn't been made in a lab that I know of, and countries that have a lack of eggs and meat also tend to have seroius nutritional deficiences. (most of us eat meat until we choose to be vegitarian, and a little while we're younger helps us develop more normally--i.e. we shouldn't be mad that our veg. kids sneak a chicken nugget while at school)

    Less meat? yes. Natural, grazing animal meat? YES. Definately not corn fed or chemically/genetically altered. Eggs? Organic, please! Organ meat (ew.) is still best. So I suggest reverting to treating animals how our ancestors did: hunting's hard. So we eat a little, and we eat it all. (ew.) (but I'd learn to get used to it._