The sequel to "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" (2004).
From the Website: "A closer examination of the U.S. corporate power structure unveils a two-fold approach to manipulating the public. First, by attempting to shape public opinion and, second, by affecting an individual's ability to discern PR from the truth.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are spent selling neuro-toxic food additives to the public. In the United States and through each nation within its global corporate grasp, maintaining a healthy mind and body is an act of civil disobediance.
Ultimately, healing has become the path of resistance for informed individuals improving their health. We interview a host of MD's and Natural Health practioners to gain the clearest possible perspective for a path to recovery. Perhaps the sweetest remedy this film offers is the hope provided by witnessing a variety of groups as they withstand the confusion, casualties and obstacles involved with taking control of their food and their health."
Sweet Remedy Trailer (Alternative link)
Why Is Society Being Dumbed Down?
Dr. Mercola explores this question and expands on a new DVD Sweet Remedy
Sweet Remedy reveals:
• An unsettling link between aspartame and genetically modified foods.
• How Monsanto and its star aspartame executive hit a brick wall.
• What did Cori do to get better?
• What can one do to minimize damage from exposure? How about healing?
Now accepting orders for "Sweet Remedy":
• What happened after aspartame was approved?
• What happens when people in the public spotlight start getting sick?
• A thorough history and examination of MSG.
• A more definitive link between aspartame and Multiple Sclerosis.
• What happened with Stevia?
• How could it be that so many diseases are linked to excitotoxicity?
• Why do so-called experts get away with lying to us in the media?
• Exactly how dangerous are these foods to children?
In the sequel to "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" learn:
• Do children "at risk" really need to go on ritallin when the school's doctor prescribes it?
• How can a healthy society prevail when the food supply can no longer be trusted?
"Sweet Remedy: The World Reacts" is a documentary of personal, legal and political struggles in the face of an adulterated food supply. In "Sweet Misery", Cori Brackett surmises, " the institutions designed to protect our food supply have failed us." ...[continued]