"The Business of Disease" Documentary

Opens up the pill bottles of Big Pharma and delves into how we are marketed to overlook our own ability to self-heal.

"As for the health care of the future, "It's not simply about what's being done to us, but instead we must examine why we become victims and catalysts for the business of disease. We must examine what we can do to change this for ourselves instead of waiting on the system to fix things for us."
- Producer Sonia Barrett

On February 21, 2017 The Business of Disease Documentary (BOD) launched on TV and Internet platforms in both the US and Canada.

As political battles affect and infect our access and quality of health care in the U.S., this film examines how the psychological conditioning by Western Medicine is being made the prime directive for the administration of our health care system. BOD encourages us all to be unafraid to disengage and instead take responsibility for our bodies, minds and spirit.

Producer and author Sonia Barrett's interviewed guests present their insights into the current model of health care - a model known for treating symptoms rather than curing diseases. Through the insights of these neuroscientists, psychologists, nutritionists and others, she further provides the viewer an understanding of the relationship between the body, brain and mind and their influence on dis-ease. The effect of human emotions is also made evident as supported by scientific studies referenced in the film. Experts and scientists include Bruce Lipton PhD, Epigenetics, Amit Goswami PhD Theoretical Physicist and many more!


Health An Inside Job, An Outside Business -A companion book for the film

Health; An Inside Job and Outside Business, was written in support of the documentary The Business of Disease produced by Sonia Barrett. Each chapter has been a contribution by those featured in the film. These expansive minds bring to our attention the hypnosis of marketing, belief systems and the body’s ability to heal. Not only do they shed light on the disinformation presented as health care but they have integrated science as a means of clarifying the possibilities which exists in better understanding the inner technology of spirit, mind and body. Through a holistic approach in dealing with dis-ease, options and insights are presented as readers are encouraged to examine the whole person. The marketing of dis-ease is examined along with the genetic and social programs from which our choices and experiences are shaped. We are encouraged to be unafraid to take responsibility for our bodies, our spirits and our minds.