(NaturalNews) Meet Frank Ferrante - a boisterous 54-year-old Sicilian from Brooklyn, NY, living in San Francisco. Frank has a love of great food, beautiful women and a good time, but he is also a former drug and alcohol addict, overweight, and fighting Hepatitis C. Estranged from his daughter, Frank is suffering from depression, has been single for many years, is taking a long list of prescription drugs just to manage his sickness symptoms.
Frank's instincts tell him life can get much better than this, but he doesn't know where to begin. His zest for living has been diminished by his health issues, self-loathing and disconnect from himself and his family. And yet... Frank's life is about to be profoundly reconstructed by 3 young men from Cafe Gratitude in San Francisco who decide to make his positive metamorphosis their personal quest.
"May I Be Frank" is a documentary about the radical transformation of Frank Ferrante's life. Using a healing plan based on a raw vegan diet, positive affirmations, spiritual practices, holistic health methods, and unconditional support and love, the boys foster Frank's courageous transformation, helping him reinvent his health, his weight, his relationships, his view of himself and the world, and eventually assist him in learning to love again.
The full documentary of Frank's amazing journey of transformation is now available through NaturalNews.TV.
Frank's journey begins at Cafe Gratitude, a mostly raw, vegan, organic local cafe in San Francisco. At Cafe Gratitude, Frank finds a retreat from his suffering and oppressive personal life, quickly establishing a fast friendship with the compassionate staff who in return takes a compassionate interest in him and his life.
One day he is asked the question of the day by Ryland, one of the servers - "what is one thing you want to do before you die?" - and Frank replies "I want to fall in love one more time, but no one will love me looking the way I do."
Drawn to the prospect of helping Frank, Ryland invites him to return to the cafe every day for the next month. Ryland and two other young men from the cafe, his brother Cary and best friend Conor, decide to personally take on Frank's healing process, establishing a 42-day contract with the goal of his eventual mental, physical, and spiritual renewal. All Frank has to do is put his life into the hands of the 3 young men and trust them to guide his total transformation, the entirety of which is filmed and documented.
Frank's health quest is a testimonial to the power and life-changing abilities of healthy organic food, good community, and true determination. By eating only organic, raw food, visiting local holistic practitioners, getting weekly colonics, practicing gratitude and being loved and encouraged by himself and these 3 compassionate young men committed to his healing, Frank's life is truly transformed in just 42 days.
"May I be Frank" shows the four men going on the ride of a lifetime as Frank is given not only a new body, but a renewed mind, wide open heart and a rejuvenated spirit.
It's one of the most amazing and inspiring life transformations I've seen, and yet it's also readily available to everyone! Because by watching this documentary, you'll come to the same realization I did: If Frank can do it, so can I. (And so can you!)
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