Sugar Coated – Review

“A calorie is a calorie. Burn more calories than you consume and you will lose weight.” These are common statements that we’ve all heard about diet and nutrition. This 2015 documentary available on Netflix disproves these statements. This film strives to make several points: A calorie is NOT a calorie Sugar takes on many names…

The Kids Menu – Review

When I received an email from Joe Cross Films that they had another great film coming out, I leapt at the opportunity to experience it right away. This film, like all of their others, did not disappoint. The Kids Menu is a film about an epidemic that is plaguing the United States, and most of…

Bag It – Documentary Review

Our dependancy on plastic has raised to an all time high. It’s estimated that more plastic was used between 2000-2010 than in 1900-2000. Plastic is everywhere. It’s in your Statbucks cup, soda cans, baby bottles, and much more. It’s nearly impossible to avoid plastic. Only a small amount of plastic is recycled and most can…

What is really in your house?

When I decided over 2 years ago to rid my house of chemicals, I thought that I had all of my bases covered. Look at the liquids in my house and replace them with organic natural versions. But that was just the tip of the iceberg. After better educating myself, I slowly learned how harmful…

Fed Up – Review

I am always elated when Netflix recommends a new documentary to me. 3/5 times, I think the documentaries are boring or poorly made. This, is not the case for Fed Up.  This thought provoking documentary really dives in to the heart of the obesity problem. It truly left a lasting impression on me. Some highlights…

New Documentary, must watch

If you have access to Netflix, I definitely recommend watching GMO OMG. It is a story of a father and his family on their path to investigating and eliminating GMO from their lives. I knew a lot about GMO already, but this film comes packed with new research and data that opened my eyes. Another…

Ted Talk

This message is very powerful and really makes you think twice about what you’ve been eating. watch it here!

Dive

Tonight, I clicked on my Netflix and dug through the assortment of documentaries that I had added to my queue. One that came up was Dive. At first, I brushed it off because there was no way I would find a documentary about dumpster divers interesting. If anything it would cement my beliefs that some…