Altoona & Eau Claire, WI–

Coming in March will be our first ever Health4Life Video Series!  Because your family’s health is the most important thing to us, we have decided to do a 5-week video series at the Altoona Public Library.  We value education, inspiration, and implementation.  These videos will hopefully help your family change it’s course of life (if needed).  Please view the details below.  Because of some time constraints, I will not be able to attend all of these, but one of my patients will be leading the night.

Naturally Restoring Your Health,

Dr. Gunderson

Today’s children may be the first generation to have a shorter life span then their parents!

That is the opinion of those who have studied the American food, farming, and pharmaceutical industries, and the government policies governing these industries.  In most cases, the driving force behind this shocking outlook is greed.  As consumers and taxpayers, it is up to us to become better informed on the existing policies and practices that created this danger to our family’s health.  Only then, can we take united action to change those things that are detrimental to our health and economy of our nation.

Several documentaries have been made that will inform us on how:

  • The food industry makes their profits by persuading us to eat unhealthy food.
  • Most of our food production is controlled by a few food industry giants whose only concern is maximizing their sales and profits.  To do this, the food industry’s uses genetically modified organisms (GMO) to drive the family farms out of business.  (Mexico and the European countries strongly oppose the use of GMO seed.)
  • Family farms are going broke and being gobbled up by the food industry causing rural America to disappear.
  • Meanwhile, the government is going broke subsidizing giant commercial farms.

This very important, but little known, information is documented in the following excellent DVD documentaries that are being shown at the Altoona Public Library, 1303 Lynn Avenue in Altoona on Tuesdays at 6:30 PM (see link for map below) as a public service as follows:

March 1 – “Super Size Me” – What happens to your health if you eat all your meals at McDonald’s for 30 days?  Morgan Spurlock reports his personal thoughts and feelings, as well as those of several doctors and dieticians during those 30 days.  In the process, he also visits many McDonald’s restaurants around the U.S.

­March 8 – “King Corn” – Corn, in one form or another, is in about every food in the grocery store today.  Two college graduates from California decide to plant an acre of corn in Iowa to discover how and why it is the #1 agricultural crop in America today.  They were shocked by what else they discover.

March 15 – “Food, Inc” – This DVD confirms the things discovered in “King Corn” and lifts the veil on our nation’s food industry, exposing how our nation’s food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations (and that number is getting fewer every day) that put profit ahead of consumer health, the livelihood of the American Farmer, the safety of it’s workers, and our own environment.

March 22 – “Beautiful Truth” – A 15-year old boy, being home schooled by his father, was assigned to read a book, written by Dr. Max Gerson, who maintains that there is a direct link between diet and cancer.  Fascinated and curious, this boy embarks on a cross country trip to investigate the merits of the “Gerson Theropy”.  He meets with scientists, doctors, and cancer survivors who reveal how the multi-billion dollar medical industry and powerful pharmaceutical companies have it their mission to dismiss the notion of alternative or natural cures.

March 29 – “The Gerson Therapy” – Sharing the stories of nine longtime cancer survivors, this program explores the principles and effectiveness of Gerson Therapy, a holistic method of treating cancer and other degenerative diseases developed by Dr. Max Gerson in 1928.  Gerson’s daughter, Charlotte – founder of the Gerson Institute – also discusses her fight to keep the controversial therapy going despite objections from those who question its effectiveness – namely the medical and pharmaceutical industries.

Map to Altoona Library