Hungry for Change

Documentaries are incredibly powerful. Documentaries can introduce you to new ideas and inspire you to change your life – or even the world! Many people who contact us here at the Institute point to one or several documentaries as their first exposure to the Gerson Therapy, or the catalyst for their decision to adopt a healthier lifestyle and turn their lives around.

Food Matters

One such documentary is Food Matters, a 2008 film featuring Charlotte Gerson and many other brilliant doctors, nutritionists and experts discussing the ways that improper diet can lead to illness… and how illness can be overcome through the power of nutritional healing. If you have not yet stumbled upon this film on your journey to wellness, we highly recommend it!

This month, the filmmakers behind Food Matters are back with a new documentary film about creating lasting weight loss, abundant energy and vibrant health, Hungry for Change.

While the Gerson Institute’s primary focus is on the full Gerson Therapy, which isn’t intended for preventative health, we do try to provide information for those who come to us seeking resources and information about how to maintain a healthy diet. This film focuses on problems with the current fad diet and weight loss industry and provides great information about maintaining a truly healthy diet, detoxifying, and truly effective weight loss strategies. If you’re looking for information on attaining optimal wellness, you just might love this film!

HUNGRY FOR CHANGE exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight-loss and food industry don’t want you to know about. Deceptive strategies designed to keep you craving more and more.
Could the foods we are eating actually be keeping us stuck in the diet trap?
In this free online premiere event you’ll discover:

  • How to navigate your supermarket – what to buy and what to avoid
  • The real truth behind “DIET”, “SUGAR-FREE” and “FAT-FREE” products
  • How to overcome food addictions and cravings
  • Why fad diets don’t work
  • What food additives to avoid and how to read labels
  • What is fat and cellulite and how do we get rid of it for good
  • The most effective detox and cleansing strategies, and
  • How to eat for clear eyes, glowing skin and healthy hair

Find out what’s keeping you from having the body and health you deserve and how to escape the diet trap forever.

Featuring interviews with best-selling health authors and leading medical experts plus real life transformational stories from those who know what it’s like to be sick and overweight.

Hungry for Change will be premiering online for FREE between March 21-31st, ahead of its DVD release.

Sign up for the premiere so you can be the first to see the film – and see it for free!

Are you looking forward to this new film? What other films have you found inspirational or especially enlightening? Feel free to share in the comments!


3 Responses to “Hungry for Change”
  1. Bonbon3370 says:

    The documentary FAT SICK AND NEARLY DEAD has a big impact on men that never wanted to learn anything about nutrition; it might be a one to add to your list of incredibly powerful documentaries to watch—it reaches a demographic that isn’t even looking for answers, and has the power to change life’s one green glass of juice at a time.

  2. Sambodhi Prem says:

    I saw the movie “Hungry For Change” yesterday – I like the overall message, but I have a few points I’d like to add:

    • If you look at food from an evolutionary point of view, then you have to look at meat, raw milk and eggs as excellent sources of nutrients – we have eaten these foods since the big bang… well no, but since our cave dwelling days anyway…

    • Include how to grow nutrient-dense food, because we have lost the art of soil replenishment, much of our vegetables are inferior as a source of nutrients. The tomato you bought 10 years ago is not the same as the one you buy today, because the negligent way conventional agriculture looks after the soil. They unfortunately put very little back.
    The work of Dr Carey Reams on soil health would be important to mention.

    • The emotional and spiritual aspects of obesity – negative self-image (touched upon in the movie) is largely due to (Western) repressive attitudes – how to deal with them? Is it enough to stick a positive affirmation on your bathroom’s mirror? Or is a deeper cleansing of the mind required? A technique like Osho Dynamic meditation, perhaps?

    Together with my partner Sandipa I have written a book that discusses many of these points and more, it’s called “The All And Everything of Healthy Living”, it’s free here:


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