We would like to help you understand what you are truly up against when you start our program or any health endeavor for that matter.
Food Inc. is pretty crucial when it comes to understanding the food industry. The great thing is, you don’t need to buy anything, you simply have to sign up and start the free trial. If you happen to like the service then feel free to continue with it.
*NOTE* You will have to enter your credit card information for Netflix to take you seriously and give you the one month free trial. It is up to you to discontinue the service in time before it automatically charges your card. This is nothing to be worried about, Netflix will explain this in full detail and give you a corresponding date to keep track of. Simply set the date on your calender and stop the service before the date or discontinue after a week’s use to be safe. The most important thing is to watch these videos and find your passion for health.
Both of these documentaries (trailers below) along with a couple others are fascinating and would greatly help increase your understanding of your body and how food fuels it. We will keep adding to the list whenever we find another video we would like you to watch.
If you have seen Food Inc. watch it again and this time take notes.
Most of all have fun, laugh and enjoy. These films aren’t all doom and gloom, they are quite inspiring and uplifting after you have watched them; indeed, these films sharpen your mind’s tools to help you find the wisdom necessary to free yourselves from the shackles of Big Pharma and the modern food industry.
2008NR77 minutes (FIRST PRIORITY – trailer above)
This film takes a timely and hard-hitting look at how the food we eat is helping or hurting our health, and what we can do to live (and eat) better.
2008PG93 minutes (FIRST PRIORITY – trailer above)
Director Robert Kenner’s Oscar-nominated documentary explores the food industry’s detrimental effects on our health and environment.
2008NR14 Episodes (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)
Take a seat at the TED table with master bakers, food scientists, chefs, farmers and foodies for a taste of truth about food.
2001NR105 minutes(HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)
Embark on a documentary journey through the history of a holistic form of health care that’s culled from several countries in Asia and Europe.
2010TV-PG43 minutes (Recommended)
Obesity is our largest public health crisis. CNBC goes inside the race to beat obesity, where the waistline meets the bottom line.
2011TV-PG1 Season (Recommended)
Confronting the obesity epidemic head-on, this series documents the struggles of people whose lives are threatened by their weight.
2009NR104 minutes (Recommended)
Seeing the documentary Super Size Me more as a dare than a warning, a comedian and former healthwriter shows that you can lose weight eating fries.