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Wellbeing Films »

If you've ever wondered about the food and fluid industry, whether you should go 'organic' or don't know the difference between getting fat on sugar or fat, then these films are for you.  There's a lot of controversy over eating LOW FAT products - as nutritionists tell you that we actually need it!  Sugar, on the other hand, is lauded because compared to fat it has a lower calorie content.  Don't be fooled!  Watch these films and they will open your eyes to what's going on.  They will show you that you have the power to change things - one mouthful at a time.

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'That Sugar Film'  is THE documentary to watch if you want to heal yourself from within - and without.  

This is a film about one man's journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar. Actor Damon Gameau (Underbelly) embarks on a unique experiment to document the effects of a high sugar diet on a healthy body, consuming only foods that are commonly perceived as 'healthy' but which are in fact laden with hidden sugars - eg low-fat yoghurt, muesli bars, juices and cereals.


'Facing the Fat' is a heart-breaking film made by and starring Kenny Saylors who became severely overweight and decided to do something about it.  He stopped eating for 55 days and, druing that time, he drank only water while watching his friends around him eat.  'Facing the Fat' documents his arduous journey, which he undertakes with tremendous patience and noble persistence. During his endeavour, he looks at the implications of over-eating for the individual and society at large. 


All you ever wanted to know about the way your food is produced and more.  Food, Inc., is such an important film it reveals the secrets the food industrial complex would rather you didn't know.  If you feel 'helpless' as a consumer, don't.  The poor farmers are the bait in this game, along with their animals and crops and this film gives you the information you need to change the way things are.  One important issue is the diesel industry.  In the UK, drivers of diesel cars are being vilified but, did you know that one of the biggest polluters on the planet is the industrial farming industry.  Without diesel fuel, they wouldn't be able to deliver the corn that is fed to the cows and pigs and chickens to make them fat in the quickest and cheapest time possible.  Think carefully on that one.  Click on the cow to watch the film today.


The FDA recently changed their Nutrition Facts label to include added sugars. But why?

Starring: Paul Dechant
Runtime: 6 minutes


Life is about choice. What we eat, what we read, who we elect; every day we make choices that determine how we want to live. But what if these choices are just an illusion? Freedom From Choice examines the current state of life and personal choice today. Experts from many different fields offer a frank and startling look at the hidden limitations in our daily lives.

Runtime: 1 hour, 18 minutes


The Clean Eating Plan: The Simple Guide to Improving Your Health and Well-Being With Easy and Satisfying Recipes If you've been wanting to improve your health and well-being for years then do not wait any further. This is the time. You can do this.

Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute


Is butter good or bad for you? A lot of people are claiming that butter is healthy. Many even add it to their morning coffee to be healthier. But does it work?

Starring: Joe Leech
Runtime: 3 minutes


Food As Medicine is a documentary film that follows the growing movement of using food to heal chronic illness and disease.

Starring: Terry Wahls MD, Sarah Ballantyne PhD, Mickey Trescott NTP
Runtime: 1 hour, 26 minutes


Have you seen the news stories about the obesity epidemic? Did you see "Super Size Me"? Then guess what? You've been fed a load of bologna. Comedian and health writer Tom Naughton replies to the "Super Size Me" crowd by losing weight on a fat-laden fast-food diet while demonstrating that nearly everything we've been told about obesity and healthy eating is wrong.

Starring: Peter Paddon, Tom Naughton
Runtime: 1 hour, 46 minutes


When it comes to self-control, it can be difficult to resist temptations.Research in self-control psychology shows how thinking in terms of "I Don't" is more effective for self-control and dieting than thinking in terms of "I Can't."

Starring: Andy Luttrell
Runtime: 2 minutes


Aluminum has found its way into every facet of our lives: deodorants, sun lotions, vaccines or filtered drinking water. But what do we actually know about the side effects of our daily companions? The light metal comes with heavy consequences. Latest research links it to the increase in Alzheimer's, breast cancer and food allergies. The complicated mining of aluminum is also an ecological issue.

Runtime: 51 minutes


Everybody has to eat. But with food scientists altering the DNA of our crops, can we be sure what we're eating is safe?

Starring: Josh Shore
Runtime: 50 minutes


Milk is a food so fundamental that its value for our health often goes unquestioned. But is milk good for us or not? We interview prominent and compelling figures in this debate, ranging from government officials, industry experts, biologists, and dairy farmers, in our quest to elucidate the matter and illuminate lesser-known arguments about milk.

Starring: Sebastian Howard, Neal Barnard
Runtime: 58 minutes


A sobering portrait of Britain and its love of booze.

Runtime: 1 hour, 21 minutes


They dominate medical research, conceal negative trial results and sell us outrageously expensive medicines, about the ineffectiveness and risks of which they have long been aware. And in the process the managers in the pharmaceutical industry generate the highest profits of any sector.

Runtime: 51 minutes


Who Wants to Live Forever, the Wisdom of Aging is a one hour documentary film about the myths, facts and contradictions in the never-ending battle for both longevity and healthy aging. The filmmakers behind this movie offer no conclusions but suggest each viewer examine the information and decide for themselves whether living longer is a good thing or a bad thing.

Starring: Peter Coyote, Lewis Richmond
Runtime: 50 minutes

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