B.C. Mountie featured in upcoming documentary screening at TRU

By Jill Sperling
January 31, 2017 - 2:37pm Updated: January 31, 2017 - 4:11pm

KAMLOOPS — As a public relations officer for the B.C. RCMP's Southeast District, Corporal Dan Moskaluk is no stranger to media attention. 

But he won't be discussing crime in a new documentary screening at Thompson Rivers University this Thursday. 

Moskaluk is appearing in the documentary called 'Eating You Alive' in which he tells his story of being diagnosed with terminal kidney cancer in November 2013. 

He and his wife, Sheanne Moskaluk, had previously adopted a whole-food plant-based diet. Sheanne lost more than 130 pounds, and Dan Moskaluk quickly recovered, despite a grim diagnosis. 

"By eliminating animal product, animal protein from my diet, and solely on a 100 per cent whole-food plant-based diet my recoveries throughout were tremendous, which also included remission from the cancer within months of the diagnosis." 

Moskaluk has been cancer-free since March 2015. 

The screenings at the Brown House of Learning at TRU will take place at 1:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 6 p.m, and 8:30 p.m. Thursday. 

"Sheanne and I, with the producer Merrilee Jacobs, and directer Paul David Kennemer Jr., the four of us are attending all the screenings, so film goers get to see the movie and then with a Q and A session following each screening."

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