What do Charles Venezia, John Oehrle, and Garnet Hall have in common? The answer: they're movie stars. Not household names, the three are featured players in a drama about their own mortality. Chow Down, a dynamic documentary, reveals how people can take charge of their own crucial health care decisions with positive results.
This 75-minute film cleverly melds personal scenes of the family lives of these three with interviews with prominent doctors and professionals who are on the forefront of a unique, but not widely accepted practice of medicine that emphasizes nutrition instead of drugs and surgery as the primary tool in preventing and reversing chronic diseases.