Growing Your Own Food to Heal

Posted: September 9, 2020

Growing your own food is a huge topic right now amongst those that care. They care about the planet…and how to heal their bodies from the inside.

Here’s the Tough Question: According to UN officials, at current rates of depletion, how many years of farmable soil does the world have left before we are unable to grow food in most places?

The Answer is : 60 years.

The facts are grim. But it’s not all doom and gloom. If you’re ready for a serious dose of heartwarming hope and real solutions, check this out!

Growing Your own food to heal your body AND the planet is something that we all can and should be concerned with.

This docuseries will shed light on what we can do to be the solution.

The Need To GROW is an award-winning new film narrated by actress/activist Rosario Dawson. It is inspiring people all over the world, and it profiles three very different solutionary heroes, and their underdog struggles to save the planet.

Like any good movie, it’s riveting. It might even make you cry (in a good way!).

And right now, my friends at Food Revolution Network are teaming up with Earth Conscious Films to offer it to you for FREE, in a global screening event from now until September 14.

>> Check it out and grab your complimentary ticket here.

This epic film focuses on how REGENERATING soils will:

  • Store more water in our environment to prevent drought and flood
  • Create high-powered nutrient density in ways that can restore human health
  • Protect our drinking water and oceans from harmful chemical contaminants
  • And reverse climate change by storing huge amounts of carbon in the soil!

>> Find out more and join the solution movement, right now!

Join me and be the change the world needs that starts with each one of us!

Much love to you, your families and the planet for years to come,


P.S. This is a story-driven film unlike any food documentary I’ve seen. Make sure to watch all the way through for a surprise ending — it will blow you away! Click here to watch it now, for no charge.

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