Okay, so finished watching it. They seem to promote veganism and villify dairy, but don't delve into the scientific reasons WHY they are bad. I agree with the message that we need to eat unprocessed foods and maintain a veggie heavy diet, but they don't address the reasons why animal products are bad. They keep talking about heart-stents, in correlation with animal protein heavy diets, but my great-grandmother, who has been an avid exerciser and low-fat, plant-based diet guru for over forty years, just had to have a stent put in. She has never been fat or sedentary. She doesn't eat processed foods. There is no black and white good diet vs. bad diet, apparently. I don't know which end is up, anymore! I need some butter-explosion popcorn...
I just had to stop watching this.
A comparison of American fast food vs. vegetarianism? Hm... I wonder which is healthier. Doesn't take science to figure that one out.
A comparison of meat, sugar and dairy? Where's the wheat? Why aren't you talking about the bread? Why do you keep resorting back to fast food?
Not worth my time.
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Watched it. Thinly veiled advertisement for “low-fat whole food veganism”. Having said that there are kernels of truth here. And that is that the standard diet is so bad that *anything* is better. Any attempt to eat more naturally has impressive results.
One thing I kept thinking though if those people had gone paleo not only would they be healthy but they wouldn’t look so frail.
Another propaganda film designed to take attention away from the white carb industries by blaming meat?
The assumption in this film is always that the decrease/increase in meat caused the change instead of the change in sugar/flour.