Can a glass of juice change your life? Based on the experiences of Salma Hayek, Gwyneth Paltrow, and the protagonists of the new film “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead,” the answer is definitely yes! Heart of Green readers are invited to a preview screening and after party celebrating the hottest trend in health and wellness.Screening of “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” and After Party
Sundance Kabuki Theatre, 1881 Post Street, San Francisco
Space is limited.
Reserve your spot here
A raffle for fabulous prizes will be available benefiting Roots of Change.
ABOUT THE FILM:
Part road trip and part wellness manifesto, this uplifting film tells the story of two men whose chance meeting and struggle to overcome the same rare disease saves one life, and changes another. What emerges is nothing short of amazing – an inspiring tale of healing and human connection.
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Congratulations to the film on winning both the Audience Award for Best Documentary and the Special Jury Turning Point Award (the film that will make the most impact) at the Sonoma International Film Festival.
The mission of Reboot Media, the producers of "Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead", is to get
ROOTS OF CHANGE:
Roots of Change is a collaborative of diverse leaders and institutions which are unified in the common pursuit of achieving a sustainable food system.
Gwyneth Paltrow has some delicious juicing recipes on her blog Goop. I am a huge fan of the Beet, Carrot, Apple and Ginger recipe. Planetary sustainability starts with personal sustainability. Juice on!