Forks Over Knives
If you had any doubt that a vegan diet is the best diet when it comes to your health this movie will answer to all your questions.
Here is the whole movie, if you haven’t watch it yet. I highly recommend it!
Marc Bekoff – Animal Behavior and Emotions
The World According to Monsanto
Really powerful and empowering movie. Highly recommend it!
Chocolate, Cheese, Meat, and Sugar — Physically Addictive
Neal Barnard MD discusses the science behind food additions. Very interesting!!!
“Climate change” and “global warming” are more than just familiar terms in 2015—they’re our reality. Yet many big environmental groups continue to tiptoe around the fact that animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of environmental damage. But all the facts are revealed in this moving film with an important message for humans everywhere.
The Last Heart Attack — CNN Dr. Sanjay Gupta
The whole documentary is on YouTube, it is very revealing. Again is the science saying yes to veganism. Highly recommend it.
The MOST Inconvenient Truth
This movie question why Al Gore didn’t mention the meat production on his award winning “The Inconvenient Truth” when it is obvious that factoring farm specially in the number one cause of global warming. You can watch the whole movie on Animals Australia The Voice for Animal’s website. It is very interesting, I hope you enjoy!
The Age of Stupid
The most impressive quote from this movie is – “They questions I’ve been asking is – why didn’t we salve ourselves when we had the chance”. I’ve asked myself a similar question so many times, why are we not doing anything when there is still time? The answer to that, at least in my opinion, is that men is a self destructive animal. The movie is very good and Pete Postlethwaite is as always outstanding.
The End of the Line
The world’s first major documentary about the devastating effect of overfishing. I’ve watched this documentary many times and it always scare me because when they say that “scientists predict that if we continue fishing as we are now, we will see the end of most seafood by 2048” and can totally see it happening.
A very good analysis into American food industry. Although the movie is focus on the Americans I think we can all relate to the problems they have and specially in regards to health and the quality of the food we eat.
Fast Food Nation
This movie relates the exact truth about the meat industry and I have to say the last scene although disturbing should be played everywhere so that people know what they are actually eating.
This documentary follows three meat-and-dairy-loving New Yorkers as they try to stick to a vegan diet for six weeks. After watching the film, try taking the “Vegucated” challenge yourself to better apply the documentary’s findings to your own healthy life. This title is available for instant streaming on Netflix.
This film makes the claim that the over-industrialization of food production is making the nation sicker and sicker, and looks at the proliferation of chemicals added to food touted as “healthy.” The film looks at the relationship between the lack of nutrients that Americans consume and our rising health care costs. Providing a thorough argument, the film gives solutions as well for the problems it presents. This title is available for instant streaming on Netflix.
A well-known documentary by Morgan Spurlock, the film makes a simple argument that fast food makes us fat and unhealthy. To prove it, he takes a 30-day challenge where he can only eat food on the McDonalds menu, and he travels around the country to interview experts and regular Americans. If you’re looking for a kick to stop eating fast food, this doc is fantastic medicine.
Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days
Holistic medical doctor Dr. Gabriel Cousens challenges six Americans suffering from diabetes to give up meat, dairy, sugar, alcohol, and other items and adopt an entirely organic, raw, vegan diet. The end goal is to cure their disease using raw plant foods. The documentary takes viewers on these peoples’ journeys and captures their medical, physical, and emotional changes on the diet plan. At the end, you’ll have realized the true impact that healthy eating can have on our bodies, not just for our appearance, but also to heal our ailments from the inside out.
Similar to Food, Inc., this documentary argues that food production needs to change. Filmmaker Robert Bates documents the rise of the local food movement, interviewing farmers and chefs who are passionate about producing local, fresh, healthy, and seasonal food. This film weighs industrial versus local food production, showing that local is the best option.
The Future of Food
This acclaimed documentary has spurred anti-GMO grassroots movements. This must-see film has been screened and talked about around the globe. It details how genetically engineered practices, seed patenting and food corporatization, like that of Monsanto, is scarily changing our food while Americans have no idea.
Hungry for Change
This documentary looks at commercial food production and gives little-known truths about food and nutrition that are missing from the mainstream food discourse. The film also de-bunks diet and weight loss myths, as well as explains ways to stop bad habits and get healthy.
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead
This inspiring documentary chronicles Joe Cross’s mission to regain his health. Starting at 100 pounds overweight with an autoimmune disease and a body full of steroids, Cross vows to only eat fruit and vegetable juices for 30 days. He interviews more than 500 Americans about food, then meets a 429-pound truck driver with the same medical condition. The two connect and the end result of a beautiful film that will inspire you to make changes in your own life.
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