The Blue Hill Public Library film series– What’s On Your Plate?: How Food Choices Relate to Our Health and the Health of Our Planet—will continue on Thursday, April 4th at 7:00 PM with the film May I Be Frank. The series is hosted by Blue Hill homeopathic practitioner and nutrition educator Edee Howland.
May I Be Frank is about a lonely, overweight, unhealthy, addicted and depressed man named Frank. He discovers Cafe Gratitude, and even though he doesn’t like the food, continues to go there because he likes the people. One day he is challenged to try the anti-Supersize Me diet. The film is a true story of one man’s transformation through diet and a community of support.
Presenter Edee Howland has been a practitioner in classical homeopathy since 1996. She is a graduate of Stanford University and the Pacific Academy of Homeopathy and has completed extensive post-graduate courses from the world’s best teachers of homeopathy. She is a member of the Maine Association of Homeopaths and the North American Society of Homeopaths, as well as a founding board member of the Community Health Alliance in Blue Hill, a nonprofit organization which promotes access to holistic health care.
The film series, scheduled for 7:00 PM on the first Thursday of the month through May, is designed to help people learn about easy ways to be truly, deeply nourished and have a healthy winter. One more film will be presented on May 2nd –Planeat. For more information contact the Library at 374-5515.