This documentary is short but "sweet" but a must see for anyone taking their health seriously. It explains in depth about the danger of our over consumption of sugar and the ill effects it causes. Sugar is the root cause to most of our common health issues and I personally feel it's a battle to avoid it. Anyone with an autoimmune disease such as Palmoplantar pustulosis should avoid sugar at all costs during the healing process.
I have a 7 year old daughter and even though we do not buy sweets or sugary foods in our family, Sugar is always given to her by other people such as friends and other family members. Every time there's a family occasion, a birthday party, a special event in school or when hanging out with her friends etc... there's sugar on offer...... It just makes me so frustrated.
How do you avoid sugar.....if you do avoid it?
A year ago I watched two documentaries called Food Matters and Hungry For A Change on Netflix and both of them just blew me away!
Finally somebody captured and made two really informative documentaries and put words on everything I research myself these past few years. I'm a living proof of that the right (real) type of food can improve your immune system and heal any disease. I am so thankful my palmoplantar pustulosis are now gone thanks to diet.
Food Matters sets about uncovering the trillion dollar worldwide 'Sickness Industry', and exposes a growing body of scientific evidence proving that nutritional therapy can be more effective, more economical, less harmful and less invasive than most conventional medical treatment.
Since then the crew behind Food Matters has started up their own equivalent to Netflix called FMTV. There you will find all the latest films and documentaries about all the various health issues we facing today in the modern western world.
I highly recommend you watching these documentaries if you are serious about improving your health.
They are life changing.....let me know what you think?
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1 . Why is it so difficult to diagnose Palmoplantar Pustulosis?