If you know someone with heart disease - and who doesn't? - Eating will probably be the most valuable film they will ever watch - and from authorities with impeccable credentials. And if you eat to prevent heart disease, you will also prevent the other major diseases that are plaguing Western nations.
"Thank you. You've done us all a major service." - John Robbins, Diet for a New America
Join over 40 million people throughout the world who have watched this award-winning film. Eating - Third Edition covers a lot of ground on eating, disease, and health very comprehensively - and all within 88 short minutes. Among the many highlights are interviews with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr. Neil Pinckney, Dr. Ruth Heidrich and Dr. Joseph Crowe.
Dr. Crowe and Dr. Esselstyn are from the world-famous Cleveland Clinic Foundation and know something about heart disease. In fact, Dr. Esselstyn directed the longest and most successful heart disease reversal program ever. These interviews will convince you that cardiovascular (heart) disease, the #1 killer in America today, can be reversed by switching to The Rave Diet. What you will get is a virtual one-on-one consultation with some of the world's leading authorities on heart disease reversal. Dr. Pinckney and Dr. Crowe both reversed severe heart disease by adopting The Rave Diet.
You will also hear from Dr. Heidrich who, after surgery, treated her breast cancer without chemotherapy, radiation or any other conventional treatments by following The Rave Diet.
Eating is used in wellness clinics throughout the world to motivate people to change their diets and restore their health. This is the same documentary that convinced Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn to change his diet. Steve distributed 10,000 copies of Eating to his employees. Read more on Wynn.
Eating also examines the consequences of our eating habit to the environment and animal agriculture.
Changes in Eating - 3rd Edition:
* New section on reversing adult-onset diabetes.
* The role of diet in the destruction of the Amazon
* Significant editing throughout. It is now 88 minutes long, a 20 minute reduction in total running time.