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podcast 389 - Review of the food cure - part 1  RSS feed

 
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Paul and Jocelyn review the documentary "The Food Cure", which is about 6 people who try to heal cancer through food. The people portrayed in the movie is from all stages in life and from around the world with various different types of cancer. The majority of them try a predominantly vegan dietary therapy called the Gerson diet.

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I'm not finding this movie available yet.
Where did you find it?


So, while I'm looking at this information, I ran across this.

Not the same, but sort of the same, and I find it quite fascinating.
(perhaps a separate thread?)

 
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jim dee wrote:I'm not finding this movie available yet.
Where did you find it?



More information on that is a bit buried in the massive list of information in the original post, here:

Adrien Lapointe wrote:
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The Food Cure - a documentary about cancer
crowdfunding forum at permies
Dr. Charlotte Gerson lecture on Gerson Therapy



If you follow that first link, it talks about how Paul supported the Kickstarter campaign to make the movie, so he had early access from that. There are links in that thread to more information, including a trailer, etc. about the movie. It's not available publicly yet, but should be available later in 2018.


 
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