Think food-related documentaries will put you to sleep? Think again!
These films will make you sit up in your seat! Maybe you and your family can declare Healthy Video Night and invite your friends!
WARNING: These films will inspire you. Watch these with your kids — and parents! — and discuss afterward. Be informed! Get on the healthy bandwagon! Look into your future and create a healthier you.
Food Fight: Foodie celebs like Wolfgang Puck, Michael Pollan and Dan Barber talk about how food has changed in American and the growing organic-food movement.
Dirt! The Movie: A look at the base of where all our food comes from? the ground. Watch it free online at Hulu.com.
Killer at Large: An in-depth look into America’s obesity problems centered around a 12-year-old liposuction patient.
Hungry for Change: Filmmakers James Colquhoun, Laurentine Ten Bosch and Carlo Ledesma expose the diet industry’s deceptive strategies designed to keep people from losing and keeping off weight.
King Corn: As America’s most subsidized crop, this documentary follows two friends who plant an acre of corn and track it from seed to shelf.
Super Size Me: A fit man embarks on a 30-day challenge to eat only McDonald’s fast food. Watch it free on Hulu.com.
The Garden: Latino South Central farmers fight for their right to grow food.
The Real Dirt on Farmer John: Farmer John Peterson struggles to save his farm as America’s farming community declines.
Food Stamped: Ever wondered how hard it is to eat well on a tight budget
Our Daily Bread: This unique no-narration film takes a look into industrialized food in Western Europe.
As We Sow: Follow American farmers are they tell their stories of survival and failure in America’s heartland.
Food Matters: This film shows that what we eat really does matter and how it affects our health, mood and happiness.
Hungry for Change: Exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight loss and food industry don’t want you to know about.
Forks Over Knives: Despite our advanced technology, this movie investigates the disease of affluence? that can be controlled or reversed by avoiding meat and processed food.
What’s on Your Plate : This film follows two 11-year-old multi-racial city kids as they explore their place in the food chain.
Fat, Sick, Nearly Dead: Joe Cross takes his health and his life back with juicing and changing his lifestyle. He loses over 100 pounds and recovers from serious illness.
Rosie Bank is Board Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and the founder of Health Matters Coaching. She is the author of the book, Health Matters. Rosie is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is certified by The Center for Nutrition Studies (e-Cornell) in Plant Based Nutrition. Rosie is an international speaker, blogger, and the founder of Health Matters podcast. She is certified as a Nutrition and Wellness Consultant through the American Fitness Professional Association and as a Nutrition Advisor through Sanoviv Medical Institute. Rosie founded The Vitality Club in Brentwood, CA in 2018.
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