Must Watch Documentary, Food Matters Indeed

by Allayurveda
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With the current trend and increase in early age diseases and health problems, it has become pretty evident that, food matters you are what you eat. We were going through some inspiring documentaries and found one of them that stood out exceptionally. Food Matters: The documentary acts as a modern day wellness guide explaining what’s wrong with the food of our generation.

Food Matters Documentary Summary

The documentary starts off by touching upon Greek mythology and how they valued their bodies and health much more than our current generation. The documentary emphasis on the fact that in spite of the millions of dollars spent on modern day medicine research we still suffer from chronic diseases and illnesses. Through the film, the crew interviews several leading nutritionists across the globe. During the interviews, these nutritionists uncover that we are harming our bodies with the wrong type of nutrition. They also emphasize on the fact that eat the right type of wholesome foods can fight off chronic diseases. The motive of this documentary is to reveal the business of disease and suggest safe and cheap wholesome food alternatives that can treat diseases at the root underlying cause. This is a brilliantly done , self-funded film by James Colquhon and Laurentine Bosch. It’s a must watch! They now also have their own website where they have guided wellness programs, healthy recipes and nutrition tips available.

Food Matters Diet

The Food Matters experts have many different write-ups available depending on what kind of nutrition you are looking for. They have various kinds of diet plans available. Including weight loss diet plans. According to them however, there is one key ingredient which is important throughout all different kinds of diets.

Fiber: Fiber is usually found in plants. That means that the more vegetables and fruits you eat, the more vitamins, nutrients and phytonutrients you consume. The more fiber intake indirectly indicates how nutrient dense your diet is. Our stomachs have stretch receptors which judge the weight and volume of everything we eat. These receptors are the ones that decide when you are full or not. The more fiber you eat, the faster your stomach’s stretch receptors reach satiety and you end up feeling less hungry. This is also why the calorie-counting approach to a diet isn’t always effective.

Change the way you eat today, for a healthier tomorrow.

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