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Discussion in 'Hobby/Travel Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Jun 9, 2005.
Have you seen the 30 days thing, where this guy eats McDonalds for 30 days?
What did you think?
Haven't seen it.
I had wanted to see it but somebody from work had rented it and said they had to cut it off because of vulgarity.
There are words in it, yes.
But the point is well taken.
I have heard about it. Does it really make you want to swear off french fries? lol
I have. I haven't had fast food since I have seen it.
Hmmm. maybe I should rent it. I don't eat fast food on a weekly basis but normally have fries when I eat a fast food place. Yeah I know they offer salads now, but one whiff of fries and it's all over! lol
The name of the film is Super Size Me. My wife and I watched it about three weeks ago, it is VERY eye opening, and has changed our diets. I have lost about 10 pounds since watching this film.
It is PG-13 because of the language, but they do have a edited PG rated "educationally enhanced® Super Size Me DVD" available on their site for use in schools: http://www.supersizeme.com/
The makers of the film have teamed up with Nutritional Resource Foundation & Natural Ovens Bakery to improve school breakfasts, lunches and snacks.
They have an information packet outlines relevant topics such as "Improving the School Nutrition Environment” & “Six Essentials for Healthy Students." It's an in-depth guide to what needs to be done, from the ground up, to foster a healthier, more productive environment in our kids' schools.
The guide comes with a 14 minute DVD that covers the six-year experience with the Appleton, Wisconsin Alternative School. This was the school featured in the movie that got amazing results with "troubled" teens by changing their diet!
You can download the packet, without the DVD for free on their Web site:
You can also find more information and recipes on the Natural Ovens Bakery Web site:
Three weeks of no fast food. And going.