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Loralei1 03-22-2014 07:50 AM

Hungry for Change - Netflix
I just watched this and found it very insightful regarding American food habits and the big business and psychology behind them. After watching it made me want to eat a lot more 'clean'. Before I didn't quite understand and thought that as long as I eat low carb (processed junk and all) I was making good healthy decisions. Which, looking back - they were much better choices than what I was making before going low carb. But, the movie made me think about the junk that I am still eating/drinking and the long term impact it has on my general health. It made me want to try a little harder to take the next step to detox from all those bad habits I still have (diet soda, Atkins bars- etc.)

There were some topics in the movie that don't quite work for my lifestyle (re: juicing) but I can still see the value for people who are not following a low carb lifestyle.

Anywho, I recommend watching. At a minimum it is good info.

BringOnTheLard 03-22-2014 09:40 AM

I saw this a few months ago. It was pretty good, more so for non-low carbers though. But with some very good advice. :-)

JanetA 03-22-2014 09:52 AM

Watching it now. Thanks for the tip!

painted_klown 03-22-2014 12:49 PM

I will have to give this one a watch. Thanks for the recommendation. :)

I have watched a couple of weight loss/food documentaries on Netflix that I really enjoyed.

Forks over Knives and Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead. Both of these are really aimed at a vegetarian/juicing lifestyle, but I find both of them to be very inspirational either way.

GetFit 03-23-2014 10:14 AM

I watched this on Netflix recently also, and agree it is a good documentary. Highly recommend it if you want to learn more about how food manufacturers keep us addicted to their unhealthy products so they can sell more.

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