Documentary Title: Hungry For Change (2012)
Directors: James Colquhoun, Laurentine Ten Bosch and Carlo Ledesma
This incredible documentary should be everyone’s wake-up call to what we as a species, call food. The film stars very credible, and passionate diet and nutrition specialists that blatantly call for a food and diet change around the world. The documentary reveals a few surprising yet interesting facts. First, we all eat food-like products, not food. To some extent, some of us are aware that the things we eat pose several risks to our body systems, however, we still eat them. The nutritional specialists reveal the reason why we still eat potentially harmful foods – it’s because the food we eat do not really nourish our cellular systems, rather they create dependency and temporary satiation, like a drug, so it keeps everyone coming back for more. In other words, our cells are constantly starving as a result of the ingestion of low nutrient foods. Another surprising fact mentioned in the documentary was the amount of sugar present in milk. To think that the sugar content in milk is astonishingly high, yet the number one liquid food advocated for children is indeed milk, is incredibly surreal. So many equally shocking facts were revealed in this documentary, but a few healthier alternatives were also suggested, they include, juicing only sustainably grown vegetables and fruits, professing self-love, and ingesting the right foods so that the body (as it was programmed to do) may repair itself from the accumulation of high caloric/high fat foods and constant nutrient deprivation.
This documentary is fantastic, entertaining, and beyond phenomenal. It’ll shock you how much we don’t know about the food we ingest. But do not just take my word for it, go see it for yourself, and feel free to leave comments below.
For more information visit Hungry For Change Film Documentary’s Website.