AlternaCare Living Prevention Healthcare TV Show Crowdfunding Campaign Announced

Living Prevention TV presented by AlternaCare is a first in TV history. Fusing honesty and integrity with mainstream TV, LPTV focus is living all things prevention. Funded by donations is LPTV.

Hollywood, United States - September 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A first in TV history is happening with the launch of Living Prevention TV. Presented by the AlternaCare Foundation, an independent series part of a crowdfunding campaign seeking to raise at least $10,000.00 monthly to launch LPTV for mainstream TV. For more information see: https://globalgiving.org/projects/living-prevention-tv

The site explains Living Prevention is little known yet better than cure. That’s a powerful message people deserve to know. A show whose mission is a first in TV history seeks to bring authentic prevention truth mainstream.

A weekly series hosted by Kari E. Gray, CEO and founder of AlternaCare and 30-year terminal cancer survivor. Airing on CBS affiliate channel 33 in Miami, FL, cable, Roku, and LivingPrevention.tv in 2019. The show highlights ”health is wealth”. This fact underlined by pharmaceutical profits in hundreds of billions annually.

As a humanitarian, Kari Gray’s passion is empower people to know what authentic Living Prevention is. Gray sees as the way to pay it forward.

“Our mission is Educate, Enlighten & Empower viewers with authentic living prevention life skills because living prevention is powerful. Needed more now than ever before, education is urgent to combat the pandemic of pharmaceuticals being pushed on people”, says Gray.

According to an American Heart Association, “88% of Americans are health illiterate”. The result? 70% of Americans are prescription dependent. And over 1,000,000 children in the U.S. under 6 are on pharmaceuticals. With 80% of prescriptions unneeded with lifestyle change, young people for the first time are predicted to live fewer years than their parents. In addition, comes astronomical increases in health insurance. Thus a ‘pill for all ills’ is not sustainable.

Living Prevention TV brings humanity to solve this problem. With integrity, honesty and advocacy, LPTV leads a grassroots people-movement for #PreventionNotPresciption. As part of a Global Giving.org contest to raise money for show production in 2019, details can be found at:https://about.alternacare.org/

Contact Info:
Name: Kari E. Gray
Email: questions@alternacare.org
Organization: AlternaCare Foundation
Address: POB 1607, Hollywood, FL 33022, United States
Phone: +1-808-278-7562

For more information, please visit https://about.alternacare.org/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 407777

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