Media Alert/Interview Opportunity - World leader in natural healing explains that food matters

    Andrew Saul, PhD, therapeutic nutrition specialist and author details how
    an orthomolecular approach can support disease prevention and treatment

    TORONTO, July 28 /CNW/ - Nutritionists turned filmmakers James Colquhoun
and Laurentine ten Bosch, have made a bold film entitled Food Matters. The 80
minute documentary is a culmination of teachings from leading authorities in
nutrition and natural healing from around the globe. In the film these
authorities claim that with the right kind of foods, supplements, and
detoxification processes, we can prevent, arrest and even reverse chronic
illness - an approach known as orthomolecular health.
    The Orthomolecular Health organization invites you to interview film
contributor and a world leader in nutrition and natural healing,
Andrew Saul, PhD. The organization will also be holding a public screening of
Food Matters.
    At a time when global health care reform is urgent, Food Matters and the
insights of Andrew Saul will educate people on a nutritional, science-based
approach to healing the body and preventing the onset of illness.

    WHAT:  Interview with film contributor Andrew Saul, PhD, therapeutic
           nutrition specialist and author. Andrew Saul has a Ph.D. in Human
           Ethology and has been a consulting specialist in natural healing
           for over 30 years. He is an author and veteran lecturer for three
           colleges and is the Assistant Editor of the Journal of
           Orthomolecular Medicine.


           Invitation to public screening of Food Matters followed by a Q&A
           with Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND) and the
           Canadian Health Food Association (CHFA).

    WHEN:  Interviews with Andrew Saul, PhD:
           In person: All day, Wednesday August 6 (Toronto)
           Via phone: July (from Brockport, NY)

           Film screening:
           Wednesday, August 6, 2008
           7 pm

    WHERE: In person interviews on August 6 to take place at mutually
           convenient location in Toronto

           Screening being held at The Bloor Cinema
           506 Bloor Street West, Toronto
           (Major intersection Bathurst & Bloor)

    For more information about the Food Matters screening, visit the
    Orthomolecular Health website at

    About Orthomolecular Health

    The purpose of Orthomolecular Health is to further the advancement of
orthomolecular medicine throughout Canada and the world and to raise awareness
of this rapidly growing and cost effective practice of health care. The group
serves to educate health professionals and the public of the benefits and
practice of orthomolecular medicine. The awareness work being done by
Orthomolecular Health is made possible through a grant from Allan Markin, a
Calgary based business person and philanthropist.

For further information:

For further information: To RSVP for the screening or to book an
interview with Andrew Saul, please contact: Sonia Prashar, Michelle Di Rocco,
APEX Public Relations, Tel: (416) 924-4442 ext. 223/260,,

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