As for the health care of the future
It’s not simply about what’s being done to us, but instead, we must examine why we become victims and catalysts for the business of disease. We must examine what we can do to change this for ourselves instead of waiting on the system to fix things for us.
On February 21, 2017, The Business of Disease Documentary (BOD) launched on TV and Internet platforms in both the US and Canada.
As political battles affect and infect our access and quality of health care in the U.S., this film examines how the psychological conditioning by Western Medicine is being made the prime directive for the administration of our health care system. BOD encourages us all to be unafraid to disengage and instead take responsibility for our bodies, minds, and spirit.
Producer and author Sonia Barrett’s interviewed guests present their insights into the current model of health care – a model known for treating symptoms rather than curing diseases. Through the insights of these neuroscientists, psychologists, nutritionists and others, she further provides the viewer an understanding of the relationship between the body, brain and mind and their influence on dis-ease. The effect of human emotions is also made evident as supported by scientific studies referenced in the film. Experts and scientists include Bruce Lipton Ph.D. Epigenetics, Amit Goswami Ph.D. Theoretical Physicist and much more!
Although BOD makes clear the overwhelming influence of big pharma, the focus is shifted in a way that educates viewers on their need to question and investigate other health options. With health care being a featured topic for both consumers and politicians, the film provides a clear picture that reinforces the knowledge of the body’s ecosystem and its ability to heal itself under the right conditions.
These experts also bring into focus how we are conditioned and shaped as health care consumers beginning in early childhood and increasingly reinforced by current marketing trends.
The Business of Disease is now available on platforms which include Dish, Cox, Verizon, Shaw, MediaCom, Amazon Video, iTunes, Vimeo, Vudu, YouTube and more. Our objective is to spread the word about this very cutting edge film which can be seen as a game changer and perception shifter. It can aid in reducing a sense of powerlessness that is being experienced by many. We ask that you blog about it or have an interview with the producer Sonia Barrett to more deeply elaborate on the magnitude of this life-changing film. You may do so by phone (818) 899-1133 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org