Forks Over Knives comes to Whistler, November 8th
With the leaves turning colour and the smell of winter in the air, it’s that time of year when we go see new ski and snowboard movies and get stoked for the upcoming season.
Whistler is full of athletic people, living life to the fullest and getting the most out of every day. There is a great desire not to have anything hold us back, and that includes our health. Being healthy gives us a strong body, energetic mind and enables us to keep going powder morning after powder morning, until our legs beg us for a rest.
You’ve heard the expression, ‘You are what you eat’, well if you eat, you need to see this movie! If you want to get the most out of your life and enable your body to stay healthy and disease free, the movie Forks Over Knives is essential viewing.
“The major storyline traces the personal journeys of Dr. T. Colin Campbell, a nutritional biochemist from Cornell University, and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, a former top surgeon at the world renowned Cleveland Clinic. Inspired by remarkable discoveries in their young careers, these men conducted several groundbreaking studies. Their separate research led them to the same startling conclusion: degenerative diseases like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even several forms of cancer, could almost always be prevented—and in many cases reversed—by adopting a whole foods, plant-based diet.”
“The film features leading experts on health and tackles the issue of diet and disease in a way that will have people talking for years.” Check out all the positive comments on the Forks Over Knives facebook page from people who have already viewed the movie.
Forks Over Knives will be playing in Whistler at the Whistler Public Library on November 8th at 7pm. There is no charge for the movie so make sure you get there early to ensure a seat. View facebook event page for the Whistler screening.
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