Second Penticton showing of healthy eating documentary

From left: Dan Moskaluk, Dr. Wendy Ross and Sheanne Moskaluk, advocates of the Whole Food Plant Based lifestyle, look forward to Oct. 26, 2016, when two screenings of the documentary Eating You Alive take place at the Shatford Centre.
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PENTICTON - A major documentary with a Penticton connection is attracting a lot of attention as the date for it’s Penticton screening approaches.

Whole Food Plant Based lifestyle advocate Dan Moskaluk says tickets for the pre-release screening of Eating You Alive is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 26 have been in such high demand a second, matinee performance is now planned at the Shatford Centre.

A 1 p.m. screening will now take place on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Tickets are available online at eatingyoualive.com.

Eating You Alive casting crew includes Penticton residents Dan and Sheanne Moskaluk, whose advocacy efforts recently received endorsement from Penticton physician Wendy Ross, who also founded the preventative medicine practice Complete Health Management.


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