Origins – Exclusive KarmaTube Premiere of Film on Health | KarmaTube

November 24, 2014

Origins – Exclusive KarmaTube Premiere of Film on Health for 1 Week Only | KarmaTube.

 

Wonder why people are getting sicker and the burden of chronic diseases is rapidly increasing worldwide? Pedram Shojai used to run a large medical practice, treating the same ailments over and over again. Four years ago, he embarked on a mission to help people understand the connections between our lifestyles and health, and the vitality of our planet. “Origins” takes us on a journey through the biological roots of where humans came from and where we’ve gone – looking at the advances of our civilization and how the sometimes reckless use of technology has choked our environment and is poisoning our bodies. Available to KarmaTube viewers for one week only, this full-length documentary features interviews with some of the biggest names in the health and sustainability field and makes a compelling case for how we can better coexist with nature. – See more at:

http://www.karmatube.org/videos.php?id=5888#sthash.MnHaFTEa.dpuf

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