FMTV | Health and Wellness on Demand

Hi there!

Our journey into health & wellness started about 10 years ago when my father was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, depression & anxiety. He spent 5 years bedridden, on 6 different medications, gained over 50 pounds, and was offered no hope for recovery.

We refused to accept this diagnosis and started studying all we could about nutrition and healing the body naturally. Our research quickly convinced us about the power of real food and the body’s own innate healing capacity.

One big problem we had was that my father didn’t take anything we said seriously, mostly because we were not medical doctors. That’s where the idea for the Food Matters film was born.

After filming experts the world over we took all the footage back to my dad and helped him get off all his meds, change his diet, and turn his life around. Within 3 months he was back to normal, 50 pounds lighter, and running almost daily after 5 years bedridden. The transformation was unbelievable.

We saw first hand that with access to solid information you can invariably make better decisions for your health. We have since dedicated our lives to sharing this lifesaving message with another feature film Hungry For Change, books, apps, foods, websites, articles, and social media with more than 1.5 million followers around the world.

It has been through this personal experience that FMTV was born! A place where we can access and share this vital information!

Now you can watch all your favorite inspiring documentaries, expert interviews and recipe videos in one place and share them with those you love.

Go on, dig into a new documentary and expand your mind… start a juice cleanse… or learn how to make some fermented veggies at home!

“Nutrition saved my father’s life and is the reason Food Matters TV was born. We believe that food is better medicine than drugs, that healthy can taste amazing and that the best nutritionist in the world is you! Read more…’’

James Colquhoun & Laurentine ten Bosch
Filmmakers of Food Matters & Hungry For Change, nutritional consultants and founders of FMTV.

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