Hungry For Change Review and DVD Giveaway

 

So many people wake up in the mornings and they are tired, sick, and generally not happy with themselves and their lives. Statistics in the Journal of American Medical Association show that 68% of US adults are overweight or obese. How did this happen, really? And how do we get ourselves out of this condition?

These are the questions addressed in the documentary Hungry for Change. (Keep reading for the giveaway below)

This film takes a critical look at the food industry who serves up “food like products”. The food manufacturing industry designs products to make us feel good initially, but which are lacking in nutrients to sustain a well balanced life free from obesity and degenerative diseases.

By watching this movie you’ll learn how refined sugars and sugar substitutes are addictive drugs making us sick. We all know that sugar is bad, but when you hear it compared to the drug cocaine, it takes on a whole new level of nastiness.

You may be shocked and saddened by some of the information you hear, but Hungry for Change is also a motivational film which encourages you to take your health into your own hands. I love this film because it supports what I’ve known for many years, that juicing is the “ultimate fast food” and that a natural food diet can give you a healthy glow, reduce aches and pains and improve your mental outlook.

Juicing and cleansing fans will see some familiar faces in this film. Look for Kris Carr, Joe Cross, Jason Vale, Dr. Alejandro Junger and more:

These people are among the most respected and trusted names in the natural health industry. Many of them have overcome significant health and weight issues and know first hand how to break out of the traps of the modern food and diet industry. Hear about how you can make changes in your own life directly from their words.

Now for the Giveaway:

 

Prize #1 – One copy of the Hungry for Change DVD along with the Food Matters natural recipe cookbook (including juices and smoothies) plus two magnets.

Prize #2 – Two copies of my Kindle Ebook Healthy Juice Recipes.

The contest ends Tuesday September 4 at midnight EST. Winners are selected at random by rafflecopter. Please follow the widget below for entry methods.

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18 Comments

  1. Tell us your number one health goal.
    To eat 100% whole foods and juice daily.

    AND help others do the same!

  2. My number one health goal is to manage my numerous health issues (fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression, obesity) through juicing and clean eating. I would love to have the new juicer to help me accomplish my goal of losing weight and becoming prescription medication free!

  3. I am very new to a plant based diet! I just purchased a juicer this past week after watching Fat Sick & Nearly Dead. I had also watched Forks Over Knives two weeks ago. My wife is now on board after she watched FS&ND with me though she was very skeptical, even most of the way through the movie! Once she saw the transformation of Phil, she was in!

    I was just planning to eliminate all meat/dairy and introduce juices to my diet. She convinced me to go for a 10 day juice fast. I really don’t need to lose weight. I just want to get off Nexium and Zyrtec and FEEL better. I want more energy for the day. I am 53 yrs old and in relatively good health. I only weighed 185 two weeks ago when I made the change to plant based diet. Physically I really only wanted to lose the belly fat that even P90X could not get me past 2 years ago. It is already nearly gone! So, the juice fast will be used just to hit the reset button and hopefully over the Nexium hump!

    1. Oh, I forgot my other issue (thanks Christina, for reminding me!): ANXIETY occasionally mixed with bouts of mild depression. I had more severe depression 10 years ago but now only have occasional bouts…would like to be rid of all of it.

      1. Eating the right foods can make a positive change in moods, cashews help some people with depression, improving over all health will help a lot too, good luck..

  4. As a Holistic Nutritionist, my number one health goal is to help others get their health back. There is nothing that boosts the body’s life energy more than helping others live the life they have always wanted!

  5. I would like to loose a few lbs, feel more alive and clear up my skin!

    I bought a Breville but haven’t used it in a while 🙁 I need to hop back to it! I also need to get the traveling with the juice after I make it down to a science… I know certain mixtures need to be separated if not drinking right away.

  6. My number one health goal is to use food to get rid of my thyroid disease and polycystic ovarian syndrome just like I did my insulin resistance!

  7. My number one health goal is to have a fit body and soul do that I can be an example to my family.

  8. My primary goal is to lose about 30 pounds, but I also want to revise my eating habits and lose my sugar addiction. Thanks for the opportunity!

  9. I need to lose at lest 80 lbs.. I am a breast cancer survivor and have struggled with weight most of my life, but really packed it on during chemo & radiation. I want to be a healthier me and enjoy life. I am 56 yrs old and realize I now look like my mother and 1 of my children look like me. It’s time to break the vicious circle of obesity!!! I just started some juicing this morning. I have always been good at eating fruits & veggies, but never liked celery and decided to put that in my juice and I have surprised myself as I like it!

  10. Since I moved in with my girlfriend I’ve gained about 50 pounds. (140 before now 190 :o) I would very much like to get back down to my normal weight.

  11. My number one health goal is to eliminate so many processed foods from my diet. I feel like this will be the key to giving me the energy and weight loss that I need to get active.

  12. I have developed hay fever, now asthma,also I have low iron,which I have had to have Iron fusions.Tired a lot.Need to get on track again.

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