Hungry For Change Documentary by the producers of Food Matters. It’s a powerful documentary that can change lives. Before you watch it, here are some stats…
For the first time in 1000 years, the children of this generation are not expected to live as long as their parents.
Your diet soda can cause neurological problems.
The average American consumes 28-150 grams of sugar per day compared to 15 grams in the 1900′s.
Sugar is more addictive than heroin and kills more people than all the drugs in the world combined.
Just some of the shocking, but sadly true, facts that are revealed in “Hungry For Change.” This revolutionary film aims to expose the multibillion dollar diet industry as the monster it is. 90-95% of dieters, who buy into the latest fad trend ultimately end up gaining more weight than when they began. Why? Because the manufacturers of these diet ‘magic bullets’ want to guarantee failure to keep people coming back for more. But it doesn’t have to be this way….
Diet should be about health and nourishment, so why do so many ‘health’ and ‘diet’ foods contain sugar and lists of chemicals that belong in science experiments not your body? In a follow-up to their internationally acclaimed documentary ‘Food Matters‘, nutritionists turned film-makers Laurentine ten Bosch and James Colquhoun, shows us how to take control of our health and weight naturally. Myths of the diet industry are dispelled by supportive research, inspirational personal transformation stories as well as interviews with leading health authors and medical experts, including; Jamie Oliver and motivational coach Anthony Robbins.
Just watch the trailer it is far more convincing than my spiel, click here.
Unlike the diet industry, Bosch and Colquhoun are not in this for the money. They simply want to spread their word as far as possible. So you can watch the world premiere of ‘Hungry For Change’ for free until March 31st, click here.
Being overweight, having food allergies, feeling sluggish or run down does not have to be a part of life. The nutrition advice proposed by the film can be used to banish these downers and go as far as to treat chronic illnesses as fatal as terminally diagnosed cancer. So surely watching it is 90 minutes well spent!!
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