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Movie Night: Food Matters
Wed, Jan 30, 2013 5:30pm to 7:30pm
415 E Menomonee Street, Milwaukee WI 53202 · Cost: 5.00
Dec 6, 2012

By Katie Felten

We have been talking about doing a movie night for months and I am hoping that this turns into a monthly event.

The first movie we are going to show is Food Matters, you are what you eat. This is a movie that changed my life. I watched it early last year when I was feeling particularly out of shape and unhealthy. After watching, I committed to getting back in shape and eating better, I went back to Bikram that very day and since then have been at yoga at least 4x a week. I also decided to start using the juicer I bought and fifty days later I was feeling the best I ever have. I continue to focus on eating as much raw and unprocessed food as possible.

“Anyone who is serious about their health needs to see this stunning film.”
Christiane Northrup, MD, internationally acclaimed women’s health expert

After the movie we will discuss thoughts on the movie and how we can all take steps to implement what we learned.

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