The Weston A. Price Foundation reviewed an Australian documentary ‘What’s With Wheat?’ back in November 2016. You can read the full WAPF review here. Now is a good time to re-visit it because the film-maker, Cyndi O’Meara, is touring Britain in March and heading to the USA in April. We hope you can join us on March 12th for our screening in London.
This ground-breaking film investigates whether our modern wheat production and the amount of wheat we daily consume is contributing to our global health crisis. It also warns that modern agricultural practices of wheat growing have produced a highly addictive product that is making people more susceptible to disease.
The documentary features 14 global experts from United States, England, Australia, New Zealand and India including Dr Perlmutter, Sarah Ballantyne, Dr Terry Wahls, Dr Natasha Campbell McBride, and Sally Fallon who shed the light on what is currently happening to our wheat.
‘Today we have methods where they start with the wheat and in two hours it’s in the plastic bag as a loaf of bread.’ Sally Fallon Morell, President: Weston A. Price Foundation
Over 150,000 people viewed the documentary in the first week of the screening.
If you weren’t able to see the documentary online, and are based in UK or USA, you now have a chance to meet Cyndi O’Meara, Executive Producer of ‘What’s With Wheat?’ at a screening in a city near you. During March 2017, the documentary will be screened in the UK followed by a Q&A panel of experts. Click here for event details.
There will be a number of screenings across USA during April – August. Click here for the confirmed dates, more will follow soon. If you’re interested in co-hosting a screening in USA followed by a Q&A session then click here for more details.