Many of you might have already seen the film Forks Over Knives, but if not, you should! I sometimes waffle back and forth about pressuring people to watch films or read books about veganism because I don’t want to be pushy. However, this one should be pushed on people, assuming they have an interest in living a long life with fewer instances of disease! The film follows The China Study and is a very digestible way to get information about the effects of a plant-based lifestyle.
Watch the trailer here:
What prompted this post is the fact that I saw that Forks Over Knives is available for streaming (and dvd rental) on Netflix. Also, last time we were at Costco, they had a huge display of them, which shocked me (in a good way). I’m not sure you can get much more mainstream consumer than Costco, and there it was for the American public to toss into their gigantic shopping carts and be educated about veganism!
This film is empowering, eye-opening, and potentially life-saving. So, run–don’t walk–to see it. [Note: if you’re in Seattle, and would like to borrow a copy, I’ll lend you mine.]