I’d love to watch it but I’ve already seen too many food industry expose films. The whole industrial food industry is pretty revolting.
Here are some others:
* Food, Inc. (2008)
* We Feed the World (2005)
* The Dark Side Of Chocolate (2010)
* Forks Over Knives (2011)
* A Place at the Table (2012)
* Zap!! The Weapon Is Food (1976)
* Pig Business (2009)
* The World According to Monsanto (2008)
* Food (1972)
I mean there’s definitely something up when the CDC reports 75% of all Americans are at least overweight or obese. That was from a 2018 report, it’s probably worse now post covid. It is so hard to eat healthy in this country, healthy food has a jacked up premium
Duh – High fructose corn syrup in EVERYTHING makes not for a super healthy population, but if need to sell more of your crap to make more money under capitalism it (along with other non-nutritious additives) very much helps to keep customers addicted
This problem is solved in one single step. Stop eating packaged foods.
Literally just buy meat, and fruit/vegetables. Boom, suddenly no more diabetes, heart disease, cancer, obesity, sleep apnea, etc.
Then comes the whining… “I caaaaaaaan’t… I need my McDonalds, I need my Kraft dinner! I’m too POOR to afford real food, I don’t have TIME to cook!” No. Reality check. Buy beans and rice then, like a good portion of the world does. Buy lentils. Anything beats paying hundreds of dollars a month for food that just kills you.
It’s so crazy to me. Obesity related diseases kill more people per year than covid, every year and it’s getting worse. It’s attacking kids, it’s a threat to national security, but there’s absolutely no action on fighting it.
We know exactly what it is. It’s sugar. It’s horrible, but it’s in almost everything you buy if you’re American. You have to go out of your way and carefully check packaging to make sure there’s no added sugar. The most popular brands of white bread have added sugar for christ’s sake. White bread, basically itself sugar has extra sugar added in.
I went to buy some salsa and was going to pick the cheapest one before I read the label and saw they added sugar to fucking salsa.