Does your health reflect your diet? Inspirational film…

What do you class as healthy food? I hear people talk about everything in moderation but what if some of those things “in moderation” are highly carcinogenic? Are cigarettes in moderation OK too?

In the UK 1 in 2 people get cancer that’s you or the person sitting next to you, 1 in 16 have Diabetes, every 3 minutes someone dies of heart disease and hundreds of thousands of people have autoimmune disease! That’s crazy!

We are spending billions researching the “cures” when we are avoiding looking at the causes! Everything in excess or even everything in moderation is not working for us clearly.

Where do we get our education from? In the age of the internet there is a wealth of independent information available and I for one want to learn all I can to protect myself and my family and anyone else I can from suffering at the hands of preventable and reversible illness.

What we put in our mouth is one of the few things we have complete control over and what is more important than our health? We won’t live forever in this mortal body but whilst we are here we can live well.

I have watched some amazing thought provoking documentaries on the food we eat, how it affects our bodies and want to share them with anyone who wants to watch. A lot of the documentaries are about American society and diet, however with 19.1% of British children aged 10-11 obese, a further 14.2 overweight and the imminent threat of privatisation of the NHS in the U.K, we are following closely in the footsteps of our cousins across the pond.

GMO? MEAT? DAIRY? FISH? What do we really know?

WARNING These documentaries contain stories of people who just like myself have changed their diet and completely eradicated diseases such as autoimmune disease, heart disease and cancer.

They may cause serious inspiration symptoms!

If nothing changes, everything will remain the same.

What the health

What the Health is the groundbreaking follow-up film from the creators of the award-winning documentary Cowspiracy. The film exposes the collusion and corruption in government and big business that is costing us trillions of healthcare dollars, and keeping us sick. What The Health is a surprising, and at times hilarious, investigative documentary that will be an eye-opener for everyone concerned about our nation’s health and how big business influences it.

Available on Netflix and other platforms.

Watch the trailer here…

Fat, sick and nearly dead.

100 pounds overweight, loaded up on steroids and suffering from a debilitating autoimmune disease, Joe Cross is at the end of his rope and the end of his hope. In the mirror he saw a 310lb man whose gut was bigger than a beach ball and a path laid out before him that wouldn’t end well— with one foot already in the grave, the other wasn’t far behind. FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD is an inspiring film that chronicles Joe’s personal mission to regain his health.

With doctors and conventional medicines unable to help long- term, Joe turns to the only option left, the body’s ability to heal itself. He trades in the junk food and hits the road with juicer and generator in tow, vowing only to drink fresh fruit and vegetable juice for the next 60 days. Across 3,000 miles Joe has one goal in mind: To get off his pills and achieve a balanced lifestyle.

While talking to more than 500 Americans about food, health and longevity, it’s at a truck stop in Arizona where Joe meets a truck driver who suffers from the same rare condition. Phil Staples is morbidly obese weighing in at 429 lbs; a cheeseburger away from a heart-attack. As Joe is recovering his health, Phil begins his own epic journey to get well.

What emerges is nothing short of amazing – an inspiring tale of healing and human connection.
Part road trip, part self-help manifesto, FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD defies the traditional documentary format to present an unconventional and uplifting story of two men from different worlds who each realize that the only person who can save them is themselves.

Available on Netfix or full movie on Youtube here…

GMO OMG

GMO OMG director and concerned father Jeremy Seifert is in search of answers. How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice? And perhaps the ultimate question, which Seifert tests himself: is it even possible to reject the food system currently in place, or have we lost something we can’t gain back? These and other questions take Seifert on a journey from his family’s table to Haiti, Paris, Norway, and the lobby of agra-giant Monsanto, from which he is unceremoniously ejected. Along the way we gain insight into a question that is of growing concern to citizens the world over: what’s on your plate?

Available on Netfix and other platforms.

Watch the trailer here…

Food Matters

Food Matter examines how the food we eat can help or hurt our health. Nutritionists, naturopaths, doctors, and journalists weigh in on topics organic food, food safety, raw foodism, and nutritional therapy. Amazing insights on the treatment of multiple diseases and depression.

Available on Netflix and other platforms.

Watch the trailer here…

Have you watched any of these? Have you been inspired to change? Have you, like me healed yourself from illness by changing your diet?

I would love to hear your story.

By changing our own consciousness we change the consciousness of the collective. By changing ourselves we can change the world.

Namaste

Love Kayleigh

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