Public Television’s Biggest Pledge Drive is this November/December 2013—Two Brenda Watson Health Specials Slated to Air

October 29, 2013

Brenda Watson, renowned Public Television educator and digestive health expert returns to the air for Public Television’s November/December pledge drive—the most important Public Television fundraiser of the year. Her eye-opening special, Brenda Watson’s Heart of Perfect Health: The Startling Truths about Heart Disease and the Power You Have to Stop It and her ever-popular Brenda Watson’s The Road to Perfect Health: Balance Your Gut, Heal Your Body discloses the enormous impact the digestive system plays in overall health.

Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) October 29, 2013

Crusading for a Healthy America

Brenda Watson, C.N.C., founder of ReNew Life Formulas, stated from her Clearwater, Florida headquarters, “I am so excited that my two health specials will be airing during Public Television’s most important pledge drive of the year! It will provide me the fantastic opportunity to reach millions of viewers and educate them on the importance of digestive health, and the truths about chronic disease and heart health.” For the past 20 years, Watson has committed herself to uncovering the core of optimum health with her in-depth experience in digestive care, digestive disease and its many health repercussions. She is a New York Times best-selling author—her books, health supplements, Public Television specials and clinics have reached millions across America, giving them the tools to transform their health through a powerfully simple and integrated approach.

Two Important Health Specials

Heart of Perfect Health has received tremendous viewer response as it exposes the truths about silent inflammation and America’s number-one killer—heart disease. “We don’t think of the gut when we think of heart disease,” says Watson, “though these two areas of the body are indeed linked.” She went on to explain, “Something you need to be aware of that is seldom talked about in medical circles is silent inflammation, which can lead to chronic disease. But the good news is, you have the power to reverse it. Silent inflammation is so pervasive, and evasive, that most people have no idea it is happening to them. I especially encourage those with heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and high blood sugar to watch.”

The Road to Perfect Health has proved to be one of the most successful Public Television health specials ever. “Follow me on this fascinating journey that begins in the gut, where more than 80 percent of the body’s natural defenses are found,” Watson says. Join her as she reveals an in-depth look at how chronic diseases start with an unhealthy digestive system and the natural solutions, including the power of probiotics, that can turn them around. The Road to Perfect Health continues to be a hit with viewers, and has had more than 90% household coverage.

Combined airings of these popular Public Television specials total more than 11,000. To date, Watson has raised more than $6.7 million for Public Television with these two specials alone, and over $12.6 million in total.

About Brenda Watson

Brenda Watson, C.N.C. is among the foremost authorities today on natural digestive care and nutrition. She is a New York Times best-selling author, celebrated Public Television mainstay, and founder of ReNew Life Formulas, Inc., a nationally distributed line of award-winning digestive supplements and functional foods with a focus on superior consumer education.

Viewers can watch Heart of Perfect Health: The Startling Truths about Heart Disease and the Power You Hold to Stop It and The Road to Perfect Health: Balance Your Gut, Heal Your Body on Public Television from November through December.

View Public Television broadcast schedules for local air dates and times.

For additional information, please email: bcooper(at)renewlife(dot)com or visit http://www.brendawatson.com.

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