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James and Laurentine
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Nutrition saved my father's life and is the reason Food Matters TV was born. We believe that food is better medicine than drugs, that healthy can taste amazing and that the best nutritionist in the world is you! Read more...
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James Colquhoun & Laurentine ten Bosch
Filmmakers of Food Matters & Hungry For Change, nutritional consultants and founders of FMTV.

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Always add raw organic, unpasteurized honey to any drink. Bee products are used not for sweetness, but for the behemoth of healing it brings to you. Study BEE PRODUCTS!
Wed, Jul 23, 2014
words can not suffice how blessed i feel to have come across this video. truly amazing! thank you so much fmtv
Tue, Jul 22, 2014

David

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The Grounded
I would like to know how to get the brown bag content. The movie was excellent! Will continue to search for more information on Grounding! Thanks for what you folks do!
Tue, Jul 22, 2014

Phyllis

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Simple Vegan Classics
At a famer's market, my son and I witnessed a couple of Phillipino young adults opening fresh coconuts in a fashion that you might enjoy trying. I'm one that cringes at the thought of using a cleaver, so this works well for me. On the pointed end of the fresh coconut, cut off the outer husk like shaving the top off. Then, take a knife with a thick blade (paring knife sized or bigger) and look for the "sweet spot" where the horizontal blade will penetrate the shell (approximately 1 to 1 1/2 inches from the original point of the husk, sometimes at the edge of the side of the husk and the top). Work the blade in with a gentle back and forth movement and the coconut will open up along the sweet spot in a circular fashion around the cap of the coconut, allowing you to remove the top of the coconut to insert a straw or pour out the water. The flesh is also easily accessible with a spoon with this opening.
Tue, Jul 22, 2014
Further to my last comment- I absolutely agree that emotions, or suppression of them, is a major contributor to illness leading to death.
My long term partner, and well known health ambassador in Australia, passed away riddled with cancer.
He too, lost his brother 15 years prior in a car accident and became extremely angry with God because of that.
Unforgiveness and an inability to express negative emotions resulted in being eaten from the inside out despite the most pure lifestyle I have EVER come across.
The message if this doco is good- I still don't connect with it though! :)
Tue, Jul 22, 2014

Sabrina

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One Man, One Cow, One Planet
Perfect example for how one single person still can make a big difference in the world!
Tue, Jul 22, 2014
This is the least impressive movie I have watched to date in this forum. The rest have been thoroughly informative. Horses for courses. There is something for everyone here, so Thankyou Food Matters :)
Tue, Jul 22, 2014

Patricia

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Raw For Life
Great recipes and videos I really enjoyed all the raw foods that were used in each one of the recipes. I was wondering if there's any way I can actually see just the recipe without re watching each video or if there's some way to just print the recipe for certain videos thank you very much enjoyed it!
Tue, Jul 22, 2014

Michael

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Sprouting
species = specifics*
Mon, Jul 21, 2014

Ruth

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The Healing Effect
Having an older husband with Parkinsons sometimes leaves me feeling, stressed. exhausted and defeated. I do work hard at trying to eat healthfully and make sure he does too, but his cravings for sugar and traditional comfort foods sometimes threaten to stymie my own resolve. I end up gravitating myself to what is comforting. Now recovering from a summer cold and possibly on the cusp of acute bronchitis, watching this movie has inspired me to renew my commitment to eating healthy for MYSELF. I know I can do better. Thanks for the nudge.
Mon, Jul 21, 2014

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