WATCH: How Doctors REVERSE Disease With Plant-Based Nutrition

This new short documentary features plant-based physicians - including Dr Kim Williams

We are living for longer than ever before - but we are also suffering from more chronic diseases. Type II diabetes is on the rise as is cancer and heart disease - among others.

The best available nutrition science says these health conditions can be stopped - and even reversed by a whole food plant-based diet.

This new short documentary features highly regarded plant-based physicians from the USA and Australia. They discuss the profound benefits and evidence on how and why you should start to incorporate the power of 'food as medicine' into your diet.

This project was in collaboration with Raw Events Australia, I Feel Good and Pineana.

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