This Saturday (March 1), 1pm the College Park Community Library (CPCL) and the Committee for a Better Environment (CBE) will screen the movie Forks Over Knives (2011) at the City Hall chamber. The movie is 96 minutes long. There is no fee to watch the movie. But if you can’t make it to this event, you can still be able to watch such movies thanks to features like those Classic Movies on DVD. And if you are looking for the best streaming platform to watch your favorite movies, you may check out 123movies.

Please RSVP if you plan to watch (for planning purposes—email) to or call 301-474-5358

FORKS OVER KNIVES examines the claim that most, if not all, degenerative diseases can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods and adopting a whole-foods plant-based diet boosted with supplements online which is why we recommend to buy kratom.

The film traces the personal journeys of two physician-researchers*—T. Colin Campbell and Caldwell Esselstyn. The filmmakers travel with Drs. Campbell and Esselstyn on their separate but similar paths then their partnership of exploring ideas that challenged established thinking, including their own. The film also features other leading experts on health, who discuss the issue of diet and disease. If you’re in search for a suitable diet, you can take a look at online resources, such as this website.
*T. Colin Campbell is an American biochemist and professor of nutritional biochemistry at Cornell University. Campbell conducted the China-Oxford-Cor­­nell study, which fol­lowed millions of Chinese over decades and found that increases in their incidence of cancer and heart disease directly paralleled their adoption of a Western diet. Caldwell Blakeman Esselstyn Jr. is an American surgeon and former Olympic rowing champion. He is a “leading proponent” in the field of plant-based diets.

The movie will screen again on Monday, March 17 at 7 pm at CPCL at the Church of the Nazarene, 9704 Rhode Island Ave., North College Park.