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Eating You Alive is a movie starring Suzy Amis, Neal Barnard, and James Cameron. How and why what we eat is the cause of the chronic diseases that are killing us, and changing what we eat can save our lives one bite at a time.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Paul David Kennamer Jr.
Starring
T. Colin Campbell, Neal Barnard, Suzy Amis, James Cameron

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Genres Documentary
Director Paul David Kennamer Jr.
Stars T. Colin Campbell, Neal Barnard, Suzy Amis, James Cameron
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 48 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description How and why what we eat is the cause of the chronic diseases that are killing us, and changing what we eat can save our lives one bite at a time.

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Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 13:36

The latest documentary on the controversial cannibal culture of the USA was made in a format that is much better than most of the conventional documentaries produced about the same subject matter, making it a superior and really entertaining film. There is no shortage of footage about cannibalism in the USA. But this film is not about the subject of cannibalism. It's about the background to cannibalism. It's about how the participants got into the circle. The doc also talks about the place and culture of cannibalism and the roles of the participants. It also discusses what is the "foulest" way of eating and how much it's up to the individual participants to be the "decider" in such a process. As you can see in the film, there is no solid proof of cannibalism on the subject. The documentary doesn't show any evidence of cannibalism. But one thing about the documentary is absolutely sure. It's not about cannibalism. The documentary is a great work on an important issue. It shows how the fascination of eating human flesh is linked to the fascination of the cannibal. The people who are more interested in the cannibalism, the ones who live and work in the US cannibalism circles, are fascinated by the cannibal and are obsessed by their own "decision making" of how to eat human flesh. The documentary is great because it can show that the attraction of eating human flesh is mostly based on the hunger, the thrill and the fear. There is a strong tendency to eat human flesh in the US cannibal circles. However, most of the people in the circles know about it, but most of the people in the circles don't want to know. The documentary is only one example of many. In the end, you should see this documentary. You can enjoy the documentary's interviews with people who were involved in the cannibalism and its background. You can also enjoy the documentary because of the pictures, the documentaries, the documentaries of famous people like Leonard Cohen. The documentaries also show the history of cannibalism in the USA and you can also see the history of cannibalism in the United Kingdom. You can also enjoy this documentary because it is not a documentary about cannibalism but a documentary about a powerful culture which is eating human flesh. This documentary is very enjoyable because it is a very entertaining film. But it's not a documentary about cannibalism. This documentary is a documentary about the cannibal culture of the USA and it is very interesting because the documentary is really entertaining.
Friday, 21 Aug 2020 14:37

Roxy's story is a tragic one. Roxy was a very intelligent young girl who was diagnosed with GID when she was nine. At the age of nine she had this horrible disorder. From there she moved from a "happy" place where she was happy and loved, to a place of pain and suffering. Her parents believed that Roxy had GID and tried to fix the problem by taking her to the doctor. They also made Roxy do things that they thought would make her happy and so she could look forward to her family's future. But the doctor told her that there was nothing wrong with her and that she was just depressed. Roxy's parents believed him and tried to give their daughter the medicine that the doctor prescribed. The doctor gave Roxy some pills and said "Take this and don't take any more. I will check on you and your family on Monday." When he checked on Roxy's family he told them that Roxy was depressed and in pain and that she needed to be taken to the doctor. They all said that Roxy was "crazy" and that she needed to go to the doctor. But he said that he would check on her later that day. On Monday he gave Roxy the medicine and told her that she was doing the right thing. Roxy's family was not satisfied and were upset because they felt that Roxy had made a mistake. The next day they did not see Roxy. The next day they took her to the doctor and told him that Roxy was fine and that she would go back to school. The next day Roxy took the pills that the doctor had prescribed and all of a sudden she was a normal little girl again. Roxy did not tell her parents about the treatments that she had received and her parents thought that Roxy had just made up a whole new story about what had happened to her. Roxy's parents thought that Roxy's condition had been fixed and that she was the same beautiful little girl who they had known since she was a child. They were surprised when she came home. They were also shocked when Roxy told them that she had not been happy and had not been happy since the first time that they had been able to see her. It was a very sad situation because Roxy's parents were very supportive and they tried to help her get over the ordeal she had suffered. There were many things that she did to try to stop the pain that she was going through. One of those things was to write to the family and tell them that she was not the same little girl they had known since she was a child. She wanted to make sure that they knew that she was still the same Roxy they knew. But the family also thought that Roxy's parents were crazy because they said that Roxy's condition was still a problem. They thought that it was an attempt to keep Roxy quiet and that she was trying to make the situation worse. When she was in school she was bullied and was put on special ed classes where she was put in a special class with many of the other students. She was also put in a school where she was allowed to use the bathroom. Roxy was put in special ed classes because she was getting very sick and she was not doing very well in school. There were also other things that Roxy did to try to get better. She made up stories about things that happened to her and made up stories about the people in the school. There was one time where she made up stories about the school counselor and she started to make up stories about people in the school and when she told her parents about it they were very upset because they thought that Roxy was lying. Roxy's parents were very concerned about the people in the school and how bad the things that she was doing were. They were also concerned about the many people in the school that Roxy had been told that were really mean and bullying her. They tried to explain to Roxy that
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 12:38

It was a pleasure to see the History Channel present "I Gotta Know". Based on a true story, "I Gotta Know" was actually quite interesting. I must admit that I had no idea what the show was about, but the focus on women in the 1960's and the desire for them to have their own voice in the media was interesting. It wasn't until I read the book by Dr. Joyce Brothers that I was able to make some sense of the documentary. I found that the authors had done a good job in weaving the facts and the views of those involved in the 60's into the story. I found the interviews with the most interesting. For example, although Dr. Brothers was very pro-abortion, her views were also quite pro-choice. In addition, when discussing the 1960's, there was a discussion of the domestic violence in many households in that era. However, Dr. Brothers did not hide her pro-life views. She even told the interviewer, "I was pro-life. I think abortion was OK. I'm pro-life. Abortion is OK." This is a fascinating and interesting interview. One thing I would have liked to see was the commentary that came from some of the most important people in the 50's and 60's. For example, we learn that Pauline Kael, Barbara Ehrenreich, and Dorothy Day were among the many famous women who were involved in the 60's. However, none of them were interviewed in any great detail. There is one memorable comment made by former President John F. Kennedy, but his comments were not included in the film. "I think it's a wonderful thing to have your own opinion and to know what your own opinions are." Perhaps this film could have been more informative, but overall, the movie was well done. It did not take long to see how important the 1960's were to the women who lived through it. "I Gotta Know" is an interesting and enjoyable documentary that can be watched on many different levels. For me, this was a terrific film. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the history of the women who were in the 60's.


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