‘Sistahs Getting Well’: Know All About The Transformative Documentary That Unveils Inspiring Health Journeys By Women

by Gee NY
Jacqueline Glass is founder of At The Well Conference

In 2010, Jacqueline Glass faced a health crisis that would reshape her life’s trajectory. Diagnosed with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and hypothyroidism, she embarked on a journey to reverse the effects of potentially chronic diseases.

Choosing a plant-based lifestyle and incorporating daily workouts, Glass witnessed a remarkable turnaround within three months, with all health indicators returning to the normal range.

Jacqueline’s story is emblematic of a broader issue faced by many women, particularly within the black community, silently grappling with heart disease, the leading cause of death among U.S. women.

With 50% of black women contending with various heart diseases and a 60% higher risk of diabetes, the need for transformative narratives addressing health disparities is evident.

Introducing “Sistahs Getting Well: Inspiring Change” Documentary

Enter “Sistahs Getting Well: Inspiring Change,” a groundbreaking documentary that shares the empowering stories of two resilient black women who conquered and reversed diagnosed chronic diseases.

Jacqueline Glass paid it forward by coaching Micelle Salters, inspiring her to embrace a plant-based lifestyle, lose 30 pounds, achieve a 6.0 prediabetic status, and stabilize her blood pressure, with no signs of lupus or uveitis symptoms.

As the documentary unfolds, viewers are invited to witness the incredible transformations of these extraordinary women. “Sistahs Getting Well” takes audiences through their trials, tribulations, and ultimate triumphs over once seemingly insurmountable health challenges.

The film subtly guides viewers through the remarkable changes these women underwent, leaving them inspired and motivated to take control of their own health.

Expert Insights and Empowering Narratives

Featuring interviews with esteemed practitioners such as Dr. Neal Bernard, Cardiologist Dr. Kim Williams, and Psychologist Dr. Alduan Tartt, along with family medical physician Dr. Barbara Joy Jones Parks and Nurse Practitioner Jacqueline Burke, the documentary delves into the social determinants of health. It explores the impact of unhealthy emotional eating patterns and the onset of chronic illnesses. “Sistahs Getting Well” reshapes the mindset of black women, empowering them to take charge of their health, irrespective of socioeconomic status.

Premiere and Nationwide Tour

“Sistahs Getting Well” is poised to premiere this February at the Pan African Film Festival in Baldwin Hills, California.

Following the premiere, a nationwide tour in March 2023 will feature the film along with panel discussions and food tastings. This initiative aims to foster a community where individuals can embark on a collective journey to better health.

For those eager to host a viewing in their community or seeking press inquiries, contact 646-592-1488 or info@sistahsatthewell.com.

The documentary promises to move, enlighten, and empower viewers, unveiling the secrets to a healthier and more fulfilling life.

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