Monday, December 01, 2008

Processed People

There is a new documentary slated to hit the streets in mid-December. It covers a topic close to my heart. For years now, given my struggle with my weight and everything American related to diet and food, I have searched out information on the reality of our food and medical systems. In my journey I have discovered people like John Robbins and Michael Pollen. They have become mainstays in this food revolution of sorts. I have learned and grown through the information they have shared, and their insight has driven me further in my quest for real nutrition and health.

In the upcoming documentary, Processed People, we will learn further about the highly processed nature of our food and it's consequences. Does the health care system really have our optimum health as their number one priority, or could something else be driving their efforts? Have you ever paid attention to exactly what "authority" it is that is providing your health and nutrition advice? There is sure to be something for everyone to learn.

Click here to view the promo video.

3 comments:

Maureen said...

I'll be on the lookout for this, I think it will be interesting. It's unfortunate that people have to seek out healthy alternatives instead of just having them readily available. However, the grocery store is 90% processed bad for you food and drinks. Their marketing techniques should be outlawed as that is how they lure people into thinking something is good or good for them. Marketing works- too bad there are not more companies w/our best interest in mind....the government and health care system certainly do not. I also seek out healthy alternatives and support companies w/healthy products- I can choose w/my dollars.
Thanks again and I'm looking forward to watching Processed People

Code-Creations said...

wow, I am so glad to know about this. I never heard about it before. I am producing my own documentary right now called V-DAY. You can check it out at www.GreenLightFlix.com

Thank you!

C

sarah said...

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Sarah

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