The Heath Documentary, Hungry For Change

1124 Words Dec 14th, 2015 5 Pages
I decided to analyze the heath documentary, Hungry for Change. There are two reasons why I chose this particular documentary, which are, my education and health, and my family’s health. Personally, I am very interested in nutrition, health, and overall well-being. It wasn’t until I was in high school that I began to make better food choices and do moderate exercises. Now that I am in college, where I’m forced to make my own food, I’ve grown to love cooking and eating with organic and whole food. While I am in college, where there is daily access to a gym, I have all the reasons to be healthy and fit. To be a little serious about my health decisions, I decided to take a Nutrition course this semester to enhance my understanding about the physiological aspect of human health. After five semesters of a healthy diet, adequate exercise, and weekly nutritional quizzes, this is the healthiest I’ve ever felt. As for my family’s health, I enjoy learning from health documentaries and my Nutrition course to teach them about the significance of a whole food diet, especially because my father has been ill for years. My family and our health give me the motivation to expand my knowledge on health and well-being. The documentary, Hungry for Change, emphasizes the addictiveness about food additives such as sugar, monosodium glutamate, and aspartame. Many people may not be aware of the food additives there are consuming daily. In the documentary, sugar addiction is compared to drugs such as…
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