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Fed Up Documentary Movie(2014) reveals pathetic side of Food Industry.

Updated on October 9, 2014
Fed Up Documentary Movie
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What is “Fed Up” ?

Everyone is talking about or will talk about it soon.

It is an American documentary movie released on 9th May 2014.

Fed Up is directed, written and produced by Katie Couric, Laurie David (Oscar winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig.

This is something we all should watch together with our children as this is an eye opener of the food and food industry.


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Fed Up is receiving very positive feedback from critics.

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 82% of 61 film critics have given the film a positive review, with a rating average of 7 out of 10.

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The film is Exposing the hidden truths contributing to one of the largest health epidemics in history, the film follows a group of families battling to lead healthier lives and reveals why the conventional wisdom of exercise and eat right is not ringing true for millions of people struggling with diabetes, childhood obesity and other serious conditions. Including captivating interviews with the country's leading experts, this vital information could change the way we eat forever.

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Story Outline

No longer our kids will die at very younger ages because of uncontrolled unintentional diet related issues. It can be heart disease, diabetes, cancer, liver problems and etc.

At this minute millions of children eat wrong food that is advertised as healthy in TV channels. TV channels are paid billions every year for these advertisements and children get attracted to these wrong foods making them killing slowly.

Is not that pathetic?

Does not our children deserve better. Do not they deserve to eat real food than processed, colored food?

Should not they eat nourishing food that is prepared, daily on-site. We owe it to our kids. As a community, as a country as our planet we all should get together to get our food and eating to the right way before we get Fed Up of our food.

Obesity after eating unhealthy junk food with loads of sugar. It is high time to move to REAL FOOD.
Obesity after eating unhealthy junk food with loads of sugar. It is high time to move to REAL FOOD.

How Sugar affects the Brain - Nicole Avena

This video explains why sweets and treats should be enjoyed in moderation.

It is easy to understandable even for kids as it is illustrated with pictures in a simple manner.

I am going to show it to my kid as she loves sweet and I want her to know the impact as early age as possible.

“Most people only think they’re healthy eaters, they believe that the reduced fat Oreos are a vast step in the right direction, even if they contain the exact same amount of sugar as regular Oreos. They think that diet sodas are utterly benign. They genuinely believe that they can walk enough steps in the day to burn off the calories in a Taco Bell combo meal. For those people, “Fed Up” could be an eye-opener.” - Daniel Fienberg, HITFIX

Are you aware your Diet Soda, Healthy Cereals has unnecessary amounts of sugar in it?

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What Next after watching the movie?

Yes. So what is the next step.

We all know we are going forward for a disastrous health system and more than us, our kids will be the victim of those unhealthy eating habits.

They are already innocent victims of billion dollar food industries eating their unhealthy foods.

But now you are aware of it. What can you do?

Can you live without eating sugar ? Should not we try?

Join the Fed Up Back to School Challenge.

Join with - The FED UP Back to School Challenge

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The FED UP Back to School Challenge is a national campaign with a particular focus on kids and schools!

They are asking children, schools, parents and communities to join this program of going sugar free for 10 days.

Giving up sugar will be tough because sugar is everywhere and we all crave it, but setting that kind of healthy example for your kids is all the inspiration you’ll need to get through.

Suggested resources:

Raw, Quick and Delicious!: 5-Ingredient Recipes in Just 15 Minutes
Raw, Quick and Delicious!: 5-Ingredient Recipes in Just 15 Minutes

Suggestions to win the Fed up back to School challenge:


Healthy Halloween

Halloween is getting closer. We used to play with candied. They are full of sugary. The demand for candies go high. Food industry is pumping the unhealthy candies to the world making it unhealthier day by day.

Why not take the challenge and Let's make this Halloween a sugar free healthy Halloween.

How do you make healthy Halloween snacks for school and at home? Share in the comments section!

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      4 years ago

      @Dienna: I have watched a documentary in2008 on drug industry, hope thats the same you mentioned. all pathetic and responsible authorities are silent while knowing all these due to political advantages. Hope FedUp documentary will open the eyes of general public who are victims of them and eat wisely going forward. Thanks for your comment.

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      4 years ago

      You should watch the documentary on the drug industry too. Both food and drug industry are killing slowly and rudely us and our children and the future generations. All because of money. Thanks for this movie review. will check soon.


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