Here’s Sweet Remedy … The Movie that Could Save Your Life
I love to read.
Every week, in fact, I read a handful of books and thousands of health articles.
So, it’s a nice change of pace to sit down, relax, and watch a movie – particularly a movie that deals realistically with health and health-related political issues affecting every one of us.
Now, you may recall me telling you about filmmaker Cori Brackett’s poignant documentary Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World. We still offer it in our store at Mercola.com, and I encourage you to add it to your home library.
Back in 2002, Cori faced a life-threatening diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. In her quest to investigate the best ways to regain her health, she discovered that the toxin aspartame was a major culprit in M.S. (and many other diseases, unfortunately).
I’m happy to report that Cori is doing well. So well, in fact, that she had the energy to produce a new documentary movie — one that’s an absolute “must-see”. (I give it a “two thumbs up”.)
Sweet Remedy: The World Reacts to an Adulterated Food Supply picks up where Sweet Misery leaves off …
As Cori found out, modern medicine doesn’t necessarily have the best tools to help you get better when you have a chronic or life-threatening disorder.
And what’s worse, how can you prevail against disease when your food supply can no longer be trusted?
This film, which she made with her partner JT Waldron, documents Cori’s inspirational cross-country journey … a journey spent interviewing medical doctors and specialists in alternative health care while seeking answers for her own illness.
Sweet Remedy provides a candid look at people across the U.S. who work tirelessly to improve our food supply — and work to heal and detoxify those who have already been poisoned.
This movie seeks to provide an answer — a reason “why” — to the escalating epidemic of neurological disorders, lupus, fibromyalgia, brain tumors and other diseases.
Some of the things you’ll hear will shock you.
courtesy of mercola.com