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Posted about 2 years ago
Recently, I got a bug and had the distinct honor of being able to lay in bed all day trying to keep my inerds, well ... in. During that time I was able to watch several Netflix films.
"Forks Over Knives" - pushed a plant-based diet over a diet containing meat or milk. What struck me was the way statistics are used to pursue a certain school of thought. Such as, in Nazi-occupied Norway, the assertion that the forced plant-based diet imposed resulted in a reduction of "heart disease deaths" since all animals were siezed to feed the German Army. (I guess "lead poisoning" is a prefered method of death).
"FatHead" - is a response to "Super Size Me" (which I shut off 3/4 the way through because it was way too over-the-top rediculous). It has some good information and perspective, but the filmmaker isn't quite as funny as he thinks. He lives for a month on fast food (not just McD's) and looses 12 lbs, operating from the unique premis that you actually have a choice in what you eat.
"Food, Inc." - is an overview of food production, including physical production and business practices in the US. There is a definite hippie-esque influence, but the information is really good and pretty balanced. It's not a Vegan Push, for a change. If anything will curbe your fast food urge, this is the one.
If any of you know of others, please let me know!
100 Years from now ..... all new people !!