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FMTV - Vitality

Vitality

Runtime: 48m 05s | Release date: 2012

This film features: Bruce Lipton, Pedram Shojai.

A provocative look at the broken medical system in America and how our definition of health is skewed. This movie takes us through a journey into LIFESTYLE and teaches us basic things we can do every day that can enhance our health. The mechanistic model of a pill for an ill or replaceable body parts has proven to be ineffective and burdensome. Vitality is a look at how our bodies can thrive given the right inputs and habits. It is funny, punchy, and very informative. It teaches the viewer practical pearls while laying out out a model for healthcare that is sane and far less expensive than the one we have today.

Vitality is the future of medicine, and the world-renowned experts in this film show us the how and the why. It is more than merely the absence of disease - it is being able to live life fully and thrive.

Featuring:

Pedram Shojai
Bruce Lipton
Hyla Cass
Alberto Villoldo
Benjamin Rubin

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Mary Robertson None | 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Another good reminder that we need to become responsible participants in our health.
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Ivory David | FMTV | 6 months, 3 weeks ago
That is true Mary, thank you for being with us ~ Ivory :)
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Kathleen Kubacki | 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Great film. Thank you!
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Thanks for watching, Kathleen! :) ~ Pauline
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Barbara Moore | 7 months, 4 weeks ago
It talks about not sitting all the time. Well, I am handicap and I have no choice but to sit because I am handicap. I was involved in an accident when I was 27 yrs. old and now I am 74 yrs. old. My car broke down and I was waiting for AAA when a drunken driver ran over me. I lost 1 leg and almost lost the other leg, they did manage to save it. I was an athlete before I had my accident and I ran marathons. I can't do what I use to do but I eat healthy, exercise, meditate, do Qi Gong. By the way, I am enjoying the documentary.
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Ivory David | FMTV | 7 months, 4 weeks ago
We are so sorry to know about your story Barbara, it must be tough. We are glad though that you still chose to have a healthy lifestyle. That's the spirit! ~ Ivory :)
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Mariam Waliji | 11 months ago
Thank you Pauline for sending me the link. I watched the documentary on healing effects of various plants and found it very interesting and informative. Looking forward to documentaries on Ayurveda especially from Vasant Lad and Acharya Shunya.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 11 months ago
On behalf of Pauline, you are most welcome! I have noted your suggestion and have added this to our suggestions list, hopefully we'd be able to share this kind of content in FMTV soon! :) ~ Iris
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Mariam Waliji | 11 months ago
Yes, it would be nice to get some films on Ayurveda.
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 11 months ago
Thank you, Mariam! Stay tuned as we may be adding some films in the future. At the moment, you may want to check this https://www.fmtv.com/watch/our-common-roots :) ~ Pauline
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