Movies I recommend

Learning about new nutrition info can be a powerful tool for helping to change your mind — which is the first step to changing your habits. And what’s easier than watching a movie?!

These are especially good for Trail 1: Food I.Q. learners. But if you’re anywhere on your journey and you haven’t seen them, they’re still worth seeing. Especially the first two.

Sugar Coated


When the doors closed at the Great Western Sugar Company in 1976, someone forgot to sweep up. Gathering dust in the archives were 1,500 pages of internal documents exposing how the sugar industry bribed researchers to downplay troubling health claims against their products, and point the gun at fat instead. These documents were recently unearthed, and the truth is disturbing.

Rent or buy it online here.

The Magic Pill

The Magic Pill

Okay, I don’t believe the Paleo or Keto diets are for everyone, but still….

When you see the difference these diet changes made for seven real people suffering from autism, epilepsy, CAD, asthma, diabetes, high cholesterol, and cancer, you can’t deny that for some people, this could be a literal life saver. And for everyone, reducing processed food offers improved health.

Eye-opening and inspiring.

Available on Netflix or Amazon. Rent or buy it on Amazon here.*

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Resistance, the film

This film explains why antibiotics in our food are so dangerous. Did you know that most of the antibiotics used in the US are administered to livestock? Even those that aren’t ill?

I’ve had MRSA (antibiotic-resistant staph) twice, so this especially hits home for me. Antibiotics in food may also be a factor in ideopathic angioedema. Scary stuff! Learn more.