NEW YORK, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- "Supercharge Me!" film producer and director Jenna Norwood will screen her award-winning documentary and discuss her life-changing experience with raw foods on Saturday, November 8, from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM at Newton-Wellesley Hospital's Shipley Auditorium. The National Institute of Whole Health is sponsoring this free, public event.
Later in the day, Norwood will screen her film at Harvard University. A limited number of tickets are available through email@example.com.
"Supercharge Me!" is an honest, educational and often humorous documentary of Norwood's transformational experience at a raw foods detox center.
"I'd been a vegetarian for 24 years, but that didn't mean I was eating healthy food," said Norwood. "My diet included too much junk food and very few fruits or vegetables."
Motivated by a glamorous showgirl Halloween costume, Norwood was inspired to try a raw diet for thirty days, the outcome of which not only transformed her body and health, but also changed her life.
Norwood did indeed shed 15 pounds for a showgirl-enviable body, but her cholesterol also dropped 50 points, her blurred vision disappeared (along with her glasses) and her chronic aches and pains diminished.
"The health benefits were astounding," said Norwood, "but I was even more delighted to discover I felt sharp, more focused and energized. I was sleeping better, more connected spiritually and felt more sensitive to others. Perhaps most importantly, I just felt much happier."
Who knew the secret to a happy and content life could be as simple as a carrot stick?
Norwood was hooked and determined to share her newfound knowledge with others.
"I'd been running my own public relations firm since 1993. I left that
behind and dedicated my li
|SOURCE Evolution & Strategy|
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