<iframe src="//www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-MJZB2C" height="0" width="0" style="display:none;visibility:hidden"></iframe>
Avatar Image
Log Out

That Vitamin Movie

Runtime: 86m 26s | Release date: 2016

This film features: Dr. Andrew Saul, Dr. Joseph Mercola.

With prescription medications now in the top ten killers of Americans, taking more lives than illegal drugs and more lives than car accidents, this timely documentary shows that there is a safer, more effective and cheaper way to tackle illness. It reveals a 'hidden' 65-year history demonstrating that vitamins and other supplements work. From Mexico to Toronto, from Oslo to Tokyo, over 20 of the world's leading nutritional experts (including many physicians) give plain and simple advice which they believe will help us live longer, feel better, and cut worldwide health budgets by billions.

Andrew W. Saul
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Sayer Ji
John Mosher
Helen Saul Case
Erin Elisabeth
Kelly Brogan, MD
Derrick de Silva, MD
Philip Day
David Brownstein, MD
James Lunney, MP
Tom Levy, MD, JD
Atsua Yanagisawa, MD
Roberto Ortiz
Bo Jonsson, MD, PhD
Michael Gonzalez, DSc, NMD, PhD, FACN
Dr. Jorge Miranda Massari
Hyla Cass, MD
Dr. Garry Vickar
John Hoffer, MD, PhD
Jonathan Prousky, ND
Ron Hunninghake, MD


You may also like:

Comments / 140

Only members can leave comments.

This comment has been hidden.
Manuela Weise | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
I found this movie very inspirational. So I started taking high doses of vitamins as recommended. However ever since I was feeling bad. I had headaches, dizziness, nausea. I was taking the vitamins for 4 months and had a flu 4 times during this time. Furthermore I developed different allergies. I now stopped taking them and feel much better. So I think it is very risky to take high doses of vitamins without professional advice. Even the quality of vitamins is important. There should be a warning in the movie to only take high doses under professional advice.
This comment has been hidden.
Karelle | FMTV | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Hi Manuela. We're sorry to hear that. We value your feedback and rest assured that this will be passed on to the team. Thank you for watching! - Karelle
This comment has been hidden.
Bianca Brennan | 2 months ago
great eye opener! Would any nutritionist in my local area be able to consult on what vitamins/supplements my family should take and in which quantities?
This comment has been hidden.
Ivory David | FMTV | 2 months ago
Hello Biance, we have created a supplement buying guide which goes through why it is important to supplement, what to look for in supplements and how to design a supplement program from your needs. You can access this here: http://www.foodmatters.com/supplement-buying-guide. We also suggest working with a health coach who has studied nutrition extensively, knows your personal situation and can offer you guidance. Please feel welcome to use our health coach directory (https://health-coaching.foodmatters.com/collections/health-coaches) ~ Ivory :)
This comment has been hidden.
Sandi Cormier | 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Amazing and eye opening film!!!
This comment has been hidden.
Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Indeed, Sandi! :) ~ Iris
This comment has been hidden.
Claudia P. Sánchez-Castillo | 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Great film! Thank you so much!
This comment has been hidden.
Ivory David | FMTV | 3 months, 3 weeks ago
I like this film as well Claudia, very informative ~ Ivory :)
This comment has been hidden.
Jennifer Van Sweden | 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Loved this!!! My 5 year old took vitamin c to school with her and The school called me and said they took them away from her because without a doctors note she could not administer them herself and it could be detrimental to another student possibly and I was so irritated.
This comment has been hidden.
Renee Smitherman | 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Jennifer that’s just standard practice in a school environment. A 5 year old is too young to be able to tell another student to not touch and no she can’t share and all that. I’m a teacher but my students are in the 8-10 range. At that point parents can send them to school with whatever they need as long as they can self-administer.... a teacher or staff cannot do that. So it wasn’t that they were trying to be obstreperous, it’s truly for everyone’s protection... your child’s, the school’s and other students who may decide they like the look of that “candy” his friend has.