Eating You Alive Hurstville Screening

Due to a Scheduling conflict and some late changes we have had to change the date of this event to Wednesday 5th April.
Everyone who has purchased tickets for this screening will recieve an email from Diginext to explain this and here is the new ticket link;


We hope you can all make it along on this new Date.


Following on from the first two sold out screenings Plant Based Life hosted at Govindas we have organised another screening for this groundbreaking documentary at the Marana Auditorium in Hurstville at 7:30PM.

Make sure to get in quick for the tickets as we once again have a limited Capacity.

Grab your tickets here;


We will also be following the screening with another Q&A that will be split into two seperate sections, one with Robyn Chuter from Empower Total Health; https://empowertotalhealth.com.au/. Robyn will answer all general questions on health and nutrition, and the second Q&A will be hosted by personal trainers John Cawley and Jay Logan, who will address any questions in regards to Plant Based nutrition and fitness.

This New Release Documentary features leading medical experts and researchers, Eating You Alive takes a scientific look at the reasons why more people are getting sick, who’s responsible for feeding us the wrong information and how we can use whole-food, plant- based nutrition to take control of our health—one bite at a time.

Advocates for this nutritional approach to wellness include Suzy Amis Cameron, James Cameron, Samuel L. Jackson and Penn Jillette as well as healthcare experts Doctors Dean Ornish, Neal Barnard, John McDougall, Joel Fuhrman, Caldwell Esselstyn, Michael Greger & T. Colin Campbell.

Please note the ticket prices are in U/S Dollars as we are working with the US distributor Diginext to bring this pre-release screening to Sydney. The price will convert to $20 AUD approx





Marana Auditorium

MacMahon Street,

Hurstville, 2220.


Plant Based Life is a Sydney based company that promotes a healthy lifestyle with Personal Training and tips and advice on transitioning to a whole foods plant based diet for improved health and well being.