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Two Amazing Documentaries!

Well, you've probably never heard of these 2 movies! Recently, I've become fascinated in searching for the real, honest truth about a few topics, namely anything and everything that involves health and well being. There are so many documentaries that never get wide distribution sadly, even though there's a real need for the public to be aware of them. Genetic Roulette is the first movie I highly recommend. It explains in a practical, informative and very engaging way, the issues around Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO's), what foods they are found in, the health consequences of having these in our food supply, the institutions behind this, the health issues and diseases that are now becoming more and more prevalent and also how to avoid eating them. Its a fascinating journey into a subject that is crucial for us all to make our own informed decisions about. For all parents, its a must-see so you understand the impact of certain foods on your kids that you'd never imagine were GMO's. For anyone with a health challenge, weight, allergies, diabetes, inflammation of any kind, pain, please watch this movie and share it. Vaccine Nation is the other movie to watch. If you've ever wondered how ...

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The Highest Pass

Well, I never really did think my backside would be prominently featured on a giant movie poster! It was never one of my life goals to be honest and yet, boom -- it has happened. I also never thought I would ever sit myself on a motorbike going 80 miles an hour! I’ve lost friends on motorbikes so you can imagine it wasn’t something I was eager to do. You know those things that you will "never do"? I call it the anti-Bucket List. Those things that you’ve decided, nope, not me. Either because it brings up fear or some other emotion you’re not really up for. I’m talking bungee jumps, speaking in public at an important event, or even something like telling that guy or girl you’ve been friends with for years that you actually have feelings for them. What is on YOUR anti-Bucket List? Back to the movie. So, riding a motorbike was on my anti-Bucket List. So when one of my best friends, Brooks, an avid rider himself, asked me if I wanted to go to the Himalayas and ride across the highest roads in the world as part of a documentary film, I said sure (that's my type ...