Did you ever watch a movie about a health and wellness related topic that really got you thinking about making a change in your life toward greater health? Sometimes, a movie can inspire you to make healthier choices in a way that nothing else can.
That’s the idea behind FMTV, from the people who made the film Food Matters. It’s a monthly subscription service that gives you access to a curated collection of over 300 movies about health and wellness topics. New movies are being added all the time.
The array includes inspiring documentaries about how people changed their health for the better, tons of illustrated recipes, expert advice for every kind of health care decision, tips on yoga, meditation and nutrition-based cancer treatments. According to the site, 70% of the content is not available anywhere else.
One way to dive into the collection is to consider what your personal health goals are. Whether you want to start an edible garden, reduce stress in your life, treat diabetes naturally, improve your heart health, figure out what’s making you sick, do a detox, have a healthy pregnancy or a dozen other health and wellness goals, there’s probably guidance available on FMTV.
On the technical side, FMTV is a streaming service, so it works anywhere you can get Internet access. If you see a recipe that you want to try, in many cases, you can print it from the screen.
If you decide to try FMTV (there’s a free trial), make Food Matters the first documentary you screen. It’s a great overview of the controversies surrounding food choice and ideal diets. It features stories of people who used food as medicine to reverse disease and it features interviews with some of the leading voices in nutrition and natural healing from around the world.
Whenever you’re inspired to take control of your life, take a look at the Spatz3 adjustable gastric balloon to see how it can help you meet your personal wellness goals.
Rebeca Espinoza writes about health, fitness and weight loss for Spatz Medical, makers of the Spatz3 Adjustable Gastric Balloon. You can find her on Google+ or at firstname.lastname@example.org.[:]