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World Diabetes Day: Another Travesty

November 14, 2009

simply-raw-documentary-coverToday, Saturday, November 14th, is World Diabetes Day, a United Nations sanctioned event.

This is an unfortunate event commemorating this disease now affecting an estimated 246 million people worldwide.  Why is it unfortunate in my opinion? It is funded by over a dozen drug companies who have a strong interest in seeing that information about how to cure diabetes through natural means like the raw/living foods lifestyle does not reach the ears of the public.

For 6 days only from today the producers of the film  “Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days” and the companion “Raw for Life” 2 disc DVD set are giving awa their films for 50% OFF the regular price in an effort to raise awareness on how to reverse diabetes with raw and living foods.

The film features actor and raw foodist Woody Harrelson, peak performance coach Tony Robbins, Rev. Michael Beckwith from “The Secret,” Morgan Spurlock from “Super Size Me,” Dr. Gabriel Cousens, and Raw Food Advocate David Wolfe. I have seen the film,  which I describe concisely as  almost the opposite of  “Super Size Me,” (definitely left inspired rather than disgusted). It follows several diabetics type one and two, who reverse their conditions through adopting a raw diet in the span of thirty days. It is a very compelling film that the general public needs to see. Please watch it and recommend it to anyone you know with diabetes. It could save their life!

For more info visit the link below:

http://rawfor30days.com/cmd.php?af=1092570

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