Excellent Alternative Health Documentary, will likely be required viewing for all alternative medicine healthcare professionals in the future. The field of Supplemental Medicine fully endorses this film and recommends this a training video to be used for all those interested exploring alternative medicine. Dr. A. Ben Goins MS DSM.
The Big Secret (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Big Secret (2016) 1080p
The Big Secret is a movie starring Quinn Eaker, Peter Glidden, and Kevin O'Rourke. The Big Secret is the latest work by five-time Emmy Award-winning producer Alex Voss and multi award winning film maker and integrative physician,...
IMDB: 7.32 Likes
- Genre: Documentary |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.39G
- Resolution: / fps
- Run Time: 124
- IMDB Rating: 7.3/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 7 / 28
The Synopsis for The Big Secret (2016) 1080p
The Big Secret is the latest work by five-time Emmy Award-winning producer Alex Voss and multi award winning film maker and integrative physician, Susan Downs. What started as a personal journey to regain his health, Alex came face to face with with the sad reality concerning the influence that big money has on our health and well being. Join Voss and Downs as they look at the history of medicine in the US and the influence that wealth and power have on the decisions that your doctor makes concerning your medical care. This shocking documentary is the result of research and personal interviews with leading experts in the fields of medicine and nutrition. "Our goal is to empower people with knowledge and start a conversation that will ultimately lead to life-saving changes to our personal health, and reform in our healthcare system." The Big Secret is only the beginning.
The Director and Players for The Big Secret (2016) 1080p
The Reviews for The Big Secret (2016) 1080p
Excellent Alternative Medicine DocumentaryReviewed byarongoinsVote: 7/10
A lifesaving movie. Loved Quinn EakerThis is a must watch especially the Statins section and the history.
I believe all the info shared on this is correct. Very few documentaries are not industry funded. I believe this is one of them.