Documentary Film Matinee

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When:
12/16/2017 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm America/Creston Timezone
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Where:
Creston Public Library
531 16 Ave S
Creston, BC V0B 1G5
Canada
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Cassandra
250-428-4141

Each month the library offers a screening of some of the latest hard hitting or informative releases for viewing and discussion on a Saturday afternoon. Everyone is welcome, admittance is free, no need to register.

This documentary film investigates the growing epidemic of wheat intolerance, and why after eating wheat for thousands of years, it has become linked to so many health problems.

‘What’s With Wheat?’ is a hard hitting investigation into this issue. Tens of thousands of people are suffering with ill health and don’t realize it’s a result of the food choices they are making. They often assume it is part of their genetic make-up or the fact of just getting older. The story of wheat is the story of food; people need to become educated, knowledgeable and aware to be able to make good decisions concerning their diet and their health.

Our wheat has changed dramatically; it doesn’t even resemble what it used to look like. Not only are we seeing more wheat and gluten sensitivity, there is also a strong connection between gluten and autoimmune diseases. People need to start making changes to improve their own health, that of their children and for future generations.

Cyndi O’Meara, nutritionist, interviews 14 experts from around the world to find out WHY we are having such an extreme health crisis.

‘What’s With Wheat?’ will be shown at the Creston Public Library Saturday, December 16th at 2pm in the meeting room. For more information about the film and to watch the trailer, please see the website https://whatswithwheat.com/

As with all of our documentaries: The views and statements expressed in this film are solely those of the film makers and the other contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Creston Public Library.

Run Time: 79 minutes, discussion to follow.

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