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Friday, January 11, 2013

Movie Review: Hungry for Change

Hungry for Change



HUNGRY FOR CHANGE exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight loss and food industries don't want you to know about deceptive strategies designed to keep you coming back for more. Find out what's keeping you from having the body and health you deserve.


I watched this movie after reading about it on another blog I follow. I was immediately impressed with the cast because it included several people that I already admire and trust. Joe Cross of “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead,” is in it, as well as Kris Carr from, “Crazy, Sexy Cancer.” I saw a few glimpses of Dr. Andrew Weil, and quite a bit from Dr. Christiane Northrup of Oprah fame and who has helped me several health issues over the years through her writing. I found a couple of new people that I now love like Jon Gabriel and Daniel Vitalis whose stories and comments were amazing and fascinating.

What I learned: I would say that most of what they talked about I already knew but it’s good to get another reminder. I guess I shouldn’t say that I “knew” it because if that were the case why am I not following their advice? I guess I should say that I have heard it before. Avoid highly processed foods. High fructose corn syrup is bad because it is an ultra-concentrated form of sugar and our bodies simply do not know what to do with it so we store it as fat. Avoid preservatives because in certain quantities they are POISON! Beware of chemicals and other products that are put into or onto your food because our bodies (specifically our livers and pancreas) do not know how to process them. Is there anything particularly new to that information? Maybe, but not so much for me.

They all talked about juicing and the best thing they said about it was that you can concentrate good nutrients and get them in large quantities in your body through juicing. No other method allows for that kind of intense surge. Taking your vegetables in liquid form, with the fiber included allows the maximum amount of benefit to your immune system and overall health.

I gotta do this! It’s a book, it’s a movie and I’m already following my favorites on Twitter and subscribed to their blogs because I need all the help I can get!

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