I just watched the Food Documentary “Fed Up” last night, and I thought it was REALLY good!
My Rating ***** 5/5 stars
Why Did I Watch This Movie?
I watched this movie because I really enjoy food documentaries. I find them inspiring, and they motivate me to want to eat healthier. My friend told me her 7th grade son saw the movie in school, and it really had an impact on him. So, I decided to check it out at my local library, and I’m glad I did! 🙂
Fed Up is a 2014 food documentary film. It focuses on the causes of obesity in America. Evidence is presented to show how sugar and processed foods contribute to obesity. The main message of the movie is to encourage people to minimize processed foods and sugar, and instead eat REAL FOOD.
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What Did I Think?
I LOVED this movie! I enjoy watching food documentaries anyway because I feel inspired by them. I think it is important to know WHAT we are eating and WHERE it is coming from. It is scary to think that many people have no idea what is in their “foods” and where it comes from. Many Americans are overweight and malnourished because they are filling up on “foods” that provide no nutrition and really are not foods at all. This is very dangerous because it contributes to many health issues that could easily be prevented.
I think everyone should watch this movie, including children. I think is is important to educate as many people as possible to get them to understand that their bodies need REAL food. We all need to be better educated on the impact processed foods and sugar have on our bodies and overall health. If we don’t get educated, it could have dangerous consequences.
I think one of the most important steps to eating more REAL foods and cutting out processed foods and sugar is to learn how to read ingredient labels. There is a wonderful video to teach you how to read ingredient labels on the blog 100 Days of Real Food. 100 Days of Real Food is also a wonderful resource for finding REAL food recipes.
Check out the Fed Up movie official website here to find out more about the movie or to take the FED UP 10 Day Challenge.