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The Men Who Made Us Fat

Sunday, July 22, 2012

A very important and timely documentary... do yourself a favor and make some time for it.
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    Thanks for posting the link, I love documentaries....I will certainly watch it.
    2155 days ago
    I'm only on segment 3 and I've already learned so much! Thanks.

    2157 days ago
  • KIPPER15
    Just got started with this link. WOW. Plan to finish it tomorrow. emoticon
    2158 days ago
    What an eye opening program--I'm only on the 2nd video, but this is good stuff.

    Thanks for sharing!
    2158 days ago
    emoticon emoticon on episode 6 but will try and watch the rest tomorrow.
    2159 days ago
    Thanks for the link - I will make time to watch it starting today!
    2159 days ago
    Thanks for the link!

    Love your page! Stumbled upon it through a mutual friend. I'm going to friend you and check in when I can!
    2160 days ago
    Thanks for sharing. I'm working on it (on part 4). I'm really enjoying this documentary. emoticon
    2160 days ago
    Thanks for making me aware of this series! Excellent!
    2160 days ago
    Thanks for sharing.
    2160 days ago
  • CATLADY2012
    I've watched the first three, and will continue the series. I appreciate that the reporter is using a non-hyped method of delivering his findings.
    In the past, I would have dismissed sugar cravings as being my own personal weakness, and that it must be a character defect on my part. While I still believe I am responsible for what I put in my mouth, I now understand that there is a chemical reaction going on that might make me crave more and more. Sure explains a lot!
    Thanks for sharing!
    2160 days ago
  • FREEIN2013
    What an eye-opener! Shame on Earl Butts! Everyone should watch this! It takes away some of the personal guilt about being overweight and educates on what is in our food causing us to more easily become obese.
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  • SONIA260
    whoot....elliptical video....thanks hun!
    2160 days ago
    Thanks for sharing this. I've been watching a lot of healthy eating documentaries on Netflix on my phone during my train commute each day. I've emailed myself the link to this one and I'll start it tomorrow.

    Thanks again.
    2160 days ago
    You and another member are watching it. I will give it a try as soon as I can. Thanks for sharing it with us.
    2160 days ago
    I didn't know what to expect when I read your blog title. I thought maybe it was going to be a 'rant' about how boyfriends always look at you near the end of what has been a good food day and say things like "You want to go get some ice cream?" and you're like "NO!....okay, fine." LOL But that's not fair to boyfriends. I was glad to see it wasn't about that.

    The video was interesting. I have to say, it made me sad. I intend to watch more of this series when I have time, but the part that struck me was when they scanned his body and showed all the visceral fat inside, that you couldn't see. I shudder to think what my insides look like and that scares me quite a bit. I feel like I am fitter than I was a year ago, but honestly, I haven't been near a doctor since I started this and thus have no idea if I've made any changes to my actual health or not.

    Consumption has really ballooned out of control in this country (and others, apparently.) I think it says a lot about us, who struggle daily to control our portions and are consistently thwarted by food companies to consume much more than we ever should.

    Thank you for posting this and giving us all a little something to think about!

    2160 days ago
    Good video for all of us to watch. emoticon
    2160 days ago
    I make time for myself on a daily base. Why, cuz I Love me emoticon
    2160 days ago
    I have heard about this, I will have to watch it!
    2160 days ago
    I saved it for later thanks
    2160 days ago
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