26 Jun 2013

Hungry for change

Hi guys! I came across this documentary called “Hungry for change”, which is about the food we eat are manipulated by the food industry by inducing chemicals that makes bad food seem more attractive to us. It talks a lot about what highly processed food does to our bodies and minds, and how dieting screws up our weight. Did you know that in most cases dieting will make you gain more weight then you lost? And did you know that the sweeteners in diet soda kills brain cells?

The documentary also talks a lot about what causes food addictions and how to turn it around. It gives alto of useful tips on how to get on the right track and what to eat to make your body the best I can be, beautiful from the inside out.

I have done a bit of research into this subject this past year and a lot of the things they talk about in this documentary I already knew, but I did learn a lot of new things as well. I highly recommend you taking 90 minutes out of your day to watch this if you want to know more about what different types of foods and products do to your body, and how our bodies are programmed to work. I think it can be a huge eye opener for most people, and it will probably change the way you think about food and what you feed your body, for the better!

So if you have time, please watch this documentary and tell me what your thoughts on the matter is. Remember: Knowledge is power!

“Hungry for change" is made on a scientific base and features studies from scientists, experts and people who have gone through a huge lifestyle change first hand. I found this to be a very genuine documented with the intent to educate the public, not to bully anyone into change. I think this is important, because to truly be able to change your life the will to change must come from within YOU. Not from anybody else. I hope you guys will watch this documentary and find it helpful! Talk to you all later :)  


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xo, Sanna

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