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Food Matters TV: The "Netflix of Health and Wellness"

Producers of acclaimed documentary aim to change how people learn, eat and heal themselves with online streaming TV channel
  • <strong>Food Matters TV</strong>
  • <strong>James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch</strong>

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We're allowing people to take their health in their own hands and to start finding answers and solutions from the comfort of their own homes."

    MOOLOOLABA, AUSTRALIA, August 19, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Food Matters TV (FMTV) is becoming the "Netflix of health and wellness" with its revolutionary platform to help people take control of their health and nutrition.

FMTV is a global online streaming TV channel and curator of hundreds of films and videos on health and nutrition topics. FMTV offers guided programs on subjects including overcoming stress and insomnia, cleansing and detoxing, yoga and exercise, preparing for the birth of a child, and fighting cancer and other diseases - all through healthy eating and lifestyle choices. Healthy recipes, expert interviews with global experts and informative and supportive social communities are a click away.

FMTV is the creation of James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch, a pair of nutritional consultants turned filmmakers, who saw the life-changing power of good nutrition in their own family. In 2008 James' father Roy became chronically ill while leading the high-stress life typical of many middle-aged professionals. James and Laurentine quit their jobs and put all their energy and savings into producing "Food Matters" (2008), their internationally acclaimed documentary about the medical and healthcare industries. When they showed the raw footage to Roy, it spurred him to get off prescription drugs, change his diet and restore his health. "Within three months he was back to normal, 50 pounds lighter, and running almost daily after five years bedridden," James recalls. "The transformation was unbelievable."

James and Laurentine created the website Food Matters as a one-stop shop for people to educate themselves. The site offers health news and tips, healthy recipes, plus now with Food Matters TV, documentaries and guided programs by renowned experts through a state-of-the art multimedia platform. Food Matters has become a leading resource in the natural health world with over 54 million visitors since 2008. They went on to produce another documentary, "Hungry For Change" (2012) an expose of the food and diet industry, and to expand their health and nutrition offerings with books, apps, foods, websites, articles, and social media, with more than 3.7 million followers worldwide.

FMTV is designed to "seriously revolutionize the way people consume healthcare in the 21st century," Laurentine says. "We're allowing people to take their health in their own hands and to start finding answers and solutions from the comfort of their own homes."

About Food Matters TV: Documentary filmmakers James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch created Food Matters TV, a revolutionary platform that gives people essential tools to take charge of their health. Their films "Food Matters" and "Hungry For Change" reveal how the foods we eat today are damaging our health. To learn more, visit www.FoodMatters.com and www.FMTV.com.


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