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Documentaries and Movies
by Jen Isenhart 2020
Leading health experts examine the facts and myths of saturated fats in the human diet, and question why medical advice has remained the same for decades as health issues proliferate in America.
by Katie Couric 2014
Fed Up blows the lid off everything we thought we knew about food and exercise, revealing a 30-year campaign by the food industry-aided by the U.S. government-to mislead and confuse the American public. Exposing the hidden truths contributing to one of the largest health epidemics in history, the film follows a group of families battling to lead healthier lives-and reveals why the conventional wisdom of "exercise and eat right" is not ringing true for millions of people struggling with diabetes, childhood obesity and other serious conditions. Including captivating interviews with the country's leading experts, this vital information could change the way we eat forever.
That Sugar Film
By Damon Gameu 2015
A look at the effects of eating supposedly healthy foods that contain high amounts of sugar. While fruits and vegetables have many benefits, their high sugar counts may be dangerous.
The Sugar Trip - Australian Story
By Damon Gameu 2016
We travel with filmmaker and actor Damon Gameau (The Kettering Incident, Balibo, Love My Way, The Tracker) as he repays a debt of knowledge by helping to revitalise an Indigenous community's healthy eating initiative. Gameau's interest in diet first came to public attention when he became his own 'lab-rat' by testing the effects of massive sugar consumption on his own body and turning it into Australia's most successful documentary -That Sugar Film.
The Food That Built America
The History Channel 2019
The fascinating stories of the families behind the food that built America, those who used brains, muscle, blood, sweat and tears to get to America's heart through its stomach, those who invented new technologies and helped win wars.