Documentary Eating You Alive: One bite at a time comes to Red Deer

Feb. 6 at Westerner Park.

Documentary examines why Americans are so sick

The feature-length documentary Eating You Alive: One bite at a time will be shown in Red Deer at Westerner Park on Feb. 6.

Featuring several medical experts and researchers, Eating You Alive takes a scientific look at the reasons why Americans are so sick, and how people can use whole-food, plant-based nutrition to take control of their health.

The film includes interviews with actor Samuel L. Jackson, director James Cameron, and B.C. resident and veteran police spokesperson Dan Moskaluk who attributes his adoption of a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle to his successful battle with terminal kidney cancer.

The film’s director and producer will be on NBC’s The Today Show on Tuesday to discuss the film.

Three screenings of the film will be held at 1:30, 6:30, and 9 p.m. in the Heartland Room at the Harvest Centre, 4847A 19th St.

Tickets are $11.27 each and can be purchased at the event or at www.eatingyoualive.com/screenings.

A question and answer period will follow the screenings.

For more information about the film visit www.eatingyoualive.com.

Just Posted

Relatives of murdered family critical of killers’ sentences

Open letter to sentencing judge criticizes ruling allowing killers to apply for parole in 25 years

City rolling out Green Carts

Green Carts used for organics, such as yard waste, food scraps and pet waste

New teaching standards applauded

New code of standards affecting teachers, principals and superintendents to kick in Sept. 1, 2019

Updated: Red Deer gets WHL Bantam Draft and Awards Banquet

WHL will holds its draft and awards ceremony in Red Deer for next three years

How to keep local news visible in your Facebook feed

Facebook has changed the news feed to emphasize personal connections. You might see less news.

Ottawa vows legislation allowing firms to settle corporate corruption

OTTAWA — The Canadian government is vowing to introduce legislation for corporate… Continue reading

‘Lost Tapes’ series examines Malcolm X through rare footage

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Malcolm X was reviled and adored during his lifetime… Continue reading

Woe, Canada: Germany ousts Canada 4-3

GANGNEUNG, Korea, Republic Of — Germany has knocked Canada out of the… Continue reading

Twenty years later, figure skating’s most famous backflip remains amazing (and illegal)

Figure skating involves spins, jumps, twizzles and a whole host of other… Continue reading

You don’t need to chop like a TV chef to get the job done

Standing in line at the emergency room, makeshift bandage around my finger,… Continue reading

Seychelles swaps debt for groundbreaking marine protection

CURIEUSE ISLAND, Seychelles — With deep blue waters, white sand beaches and… Continue reading

Trump endorses raising minimum age to 21 for more weapons

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump endorsed stricter gun-control measures Thursday, including raising… Continue reading

Most Read


Five-day delivery plus unlimited digital access for $185 for 260 issues (must live in delivery area to qualify) Unlimited Digital Access 99 cents for the first four weeks and then only $15 per month Five-day delivery plus unlimited digital access for $15 a month