2015  | 85 minutes  |  premium  |  U  |   
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  • Director: Dana Erin Richardson, Sarah Zentz
  • Cast: Will Harlan, Roseangela, Christopher McDougall, Dr. Daphne Miller, Dr. Maria Teresa-Cerqueira, Dr. Wayne Coates, Matt Frazier, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella, Dr. Phil Maffetone, Mickey Mahaffey, Roberto, Bonafacio, Margarito, Arnulfo Quimare, Evan Sofro, Chris Schimdt, Antonio
  • Awards: Best Environmental Feature - Mountain Film Festival 2016, Gold Award - International Independent Film Awards 2015, Award of Merit - Women Filmmakers: Accolade Global Film Competition 2015 & IndieFEST Film Awards 2015, Women Filmmakers Prestige Film Award 2015, Golden Palm Award - Mexico International Film Festival 2015
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The Tarahumara, a tribe from Mexico's Copper Canyon, are known to be long-distance runners. Through their lifestyles, they have managed to keep major illnesses like cancer and diabetes at bay. How do they do they keep running with footwear made of a thin piece of leaṭher, and a diet that consists of mainly corn and beans? This tribe is a living example of how, contrary to popular belief, ancient grains are still some of the healthiest sources of energy. Watch them break the myths around modern science and fad diets, one small and strategic step at a time.