Are the foods you eat improving your health or causing you harm? And what does soil health have to do with it?

In a new film produced by PBS, connect the dots. Host Monica Evans speaks with Dr. Scott Stoll, a board-certified physiatrist and founder of the Plantrician Project; cooks with chef Erik Oberholtzer, co-founder of Tender Greens; and tours Rodale Institute to see how nutrition starts on the farm.

Dr. Stoll explains what to eat to prevent and reverse heart disease, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. Real people tell how they successfully reversed chronic disease through diet. Oberholtzer prepares a quick and easy 30 minute meal that you can make at home with ingredients to boost your health. And researchers at Rodale Institute also explain the environmental impact of our food choices.

The full film will be available to select audiences later this year. Want to take a deeper dive into the connections between agriculture and health care? Visit the Regenerative Health Institute.

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