Diet Fiction (1080p) FULL DOCUMENTARY – Sugar, Vegan, Fitness

This film exposes the most popular diets on the planet as well as several misconceptions about weight loss and nutrition. It follows the audacious filmmaker Michal Siewierski (Food Choices) in his treacherous journey into the controversial world of weight loss and dieting, as he uncovers several shocking facts and confronts common misconceptions, and misleading information propagated by the industry over the last several decades. Showing the often-devastating effects that obesity has on people’s lives and exposing the viewer to new disruptive ideas and science-based evidence that could potentially lead to long term sustainable weight loss and improved health.
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Directed by: Michael Siewierski
Dr. Neal Barnard
Rip Esselstyn
Dr. Dean Ornish
Dr. Matt Lederman
Marco Antonio Regil
John Mackey
Julieanna Hever
Dr. Michael Greger
Dr. Garth Davis
Rich Roll
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41 thoughts on “Diet Fiction (1080p) FULL DOCUMENTARY – Sugar, Vegan, Fitness

  1. I have type 2 diabetes. I stopped eating sugar, limit my carbs to only rice, i eat lots of eggs, nuts and meat, I don't count fat.
    My sugar is normal now and I lost weight I feel good. I don't eat vegetables.

  2. I think there full of shit it’s weird that people who eat like that are sick and they switch to low carb or no carb and there health gets ? better vegans are the sickest bunch in the country right now

  3. I’m 5’8”’, 44 yrs old and in 7 weeks of eating Whole Foods oil free plant based, weight has dropped from 209 lbs to 186 lbs. Blood pressure from the 155/80 range to 100/60 range. And my resting heart rate has dropped from the 80s BPM to 60 BPM. My Plantar fasciitis, my acne and PMS pain have disappeared. I had to download an app to remind myself when my monthly is coming because I don’t feel any PMS symptoms. I’m at the gym at 4 am, lifting and running again, like I used to in my 20s and 30s, when I was a gym rat. I’m just loving my energy. It feels great.

  4. People who eat lots of carbs in the form of grains, sugar and legumes have the metabolic syndrome problems like diabetes, HTN, fatty liver.

  5. None of this food is filling that's why you have to eat three times a day.

    Vegetables have anti-nutrients and fiber that cause gut issues like gas, bloating, and belching.

    The real key to eating is to eat what is filling so you don't feel hungry. Fat is filling. Fat is good for you. Fat burns slower and fuels you through the day.

    Vegetable oils
    Vegetables and legumes
    Anything that has sugar added

    Those foods will keep you sick, unoptimal, and always always hungry needing multiple feeding sessions.

    ???? Eat what our bodies thrive on.

  6. My Grandfather was a Spanish butcher. All his life he cooked with lard, ate mostly meat, cheese and drank raw blood on a regular basis. He lived to 95 healthy and never became overweight.
    Im in the US, early 30s, fat and slow because I listened to bs documentaries like this…

  7. I literally only eat meat. At 27 I had high blood pressure, chest pain, GERD, anxiety, and I was constantly fatigued, especially after eating carbs. I switched to all meat, and within 2 weeks, my blood pressure dropped 15 points, my chest pain was gone, my anxiety significantly decreased even when my workload increased, my GERD was gone, and I never got tired. All of my blood labs also improved significantly. Not to mention I lost 14 lbs in two weeks, and lost no strength in the gym whatsoever. I know these are smart people, but they’re just wrong. You can live without carbs, but you will die without any fat. Of course the dose is the poison, and nowadays I include things like peppers and avocados in my diet, but I encourage everyone to research insulin and heart disease, and what causes insulin to spike and remain high. To each their own, but I think we humans are more inclined to function on fat, with small amounts of carbs here and there.

  8. So promoting a plant based diet. Kind of biased. Cut the junk, wheat and sugars and you may control your weight. The carnivores bash plant based and the plant based bash the meat eaters. Eat real food and not the processed junk and in moderation. Have the will to control your diet. This movie just promotes one lifestyle. Again, biased and pushing plant based. Interview Mark Sisson and Brad kern. They are both fit into their 60's. Also watch Fat 2 documentary. Healthy eating from the other side. Two sides to every story.

  9. The best diet is:
    1. Mostly fruits and leafy greens (less burden on the body, produces low amounts of toxins, allows body to detox, recover, heal)
    2. Whole grains, freshly milled right before you make the bread, rolls, etc. (not sifted or "enriched" and retaining all the natural vitamins, oils, fiber, etc.)
    3. 100% Grass-fed beef, lamb, wild-caught fish, free-range chicken, turkey (protein, vitamins and minerals that you don't get from plants, etc.)

    The important part is ratios. It should be something like 40% fruit, 30% leafy greens, 20% whole grains, 10% meat. And I don't mean products that say "whole grain" on the package… I mean whole wheat berries, whole barley, whole rye, etc. Grind it in a grain mill and use the fresh flour to make something. Flour that sits for even 2 or 3 days loses most of its nutritional value due to oxidation; mill it fresh and use it right away, it makes all kinds of health problems disappear. Store-bought grain products are practically cardboard by comparison.

  10. Until the medical industrial complex and the major food conglomerates understand what they have done and do the right thing we are on our own, we are given a slow death for profit. The low carb diet will conquer type 2 diabetes, NOT DRUGS. The low fat high carb diet will create type 2 diabetes, this is what we were taught and your doctors for the most part still hold on to it, just look at what the US governments latest food pyramid or whatever they call it these days, it is a nightmare that only private interest could create. We have the greatest food supply in world history and in the long term the most dangerous if we don't begin to understand what they have done and what we have to do to protect ourselves. The lies must end. If being a vegan works for you it is still better than what is the norm, be careful.

  11. Funny how knocking fat is in and knocking Paleo is in and keto etc, however even plant eaters all these many years ago didn't live that long either. The actual research shows that none of these claims are backed by science because all these studies are biased

  12. my husband was told his triglycerides were so high he could have a heart attack in the parking lot and the dr insisted on statins. but my husband knew how i felt about statins. he came home started a carnivore diet. red meat, chicken butter, tallow, coconut oil, liver, salmon roe. blood work done weekly and has a functional nutritionist. within 6 weeks everything was reversed. EVERYTHING! saturated fat isn’t the enemy! its everything that is put into our food supply. added sugar, refined seed oils, chemicals.

  13. There is no such thing as a one size fits for all diet. I am particular and very sensitive to cranes and do not process them very well. Also, the nutrients in plant foods are not very bioavailable, meaning most of the nutrients actually come out as waste matter. I agree that eating less meat is a healthier choice, but we also must consider that the healthier portions of meat that are most nutrient dense are organ meats. Some of the things also that made me laugh was when when one person in the documentary talked about bananas not having a giant company doing propaganda. That is hilarious. United fruit company was such a big company that it overturned governments and you say it has no lobbying power. Ridiculous. You sound like you are on their payroll. Some good information here but some outright lies too. The damnation of saturated fat is wrong especially when we consider omega-3 and omega-6 fat ratios. There is a lot about this documentary which has false information and wish they would correct it. To me it reeks of an agenda.

  14. Do not follow this old, and bad advice. Since this was made, there has been more research done to prove saturated fat in meat is what the human body needs, and not vegetables, carbohydrates, and natural sugar. This seems to be just a sell on vegetarian and vegan lifestyle. Take anything from this with a grain of salt….. oh, and don't be scared of salt.

  15. I believe there is no one size fits all approach to diet. What works for one may harm the next and even kill a third person. Not against any particular way of eating just believe that each person needs to find what fuels them best and keeps them energized. Thanks for sharing the video!

  16. More info =more confusion. I can pull up data to back up and go against everything that was said EXCEPT that whole foods are good for you. What they need to discuss is the quality of the food that we eat because regardless of whether we eat what they say we should the food has been so tampered with that it may not even be what we think it is!

  17. 2018 is too old for a nutrition documentary it's when they discovered that seed oils causes inflammation, they discovered recently that saturated fat is not as bad as they say it is, and sugar is the worst thing you can put in your body. Sugar makes you hungry and makes you store fat. Just yesterday some doctor said there is no risk of eating bacon. I did some research and found that Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons is the most carcinogenic chemical and it increases in toxicity when cooked. Bacon bitch!

  18. Lol @ comments. Had oatmeal before watching……
    ? honestly, it’s such a complex subject. Intermittent fasting works for me. You have to change habits for long term success. Balance is key, and I agree fiber is needed. ❤

  19. All low carb video's i have seen have science behind them. All the vegan video's just have opinions. That's why lot's of people go to low carb diet.

  20. Deciding to treat sugar like alcohol was one of the best decisions I've ever made. Sugar addiction is a real thing and withdrawals were terrible to get through but it was worth it. This documentary feels very propaganda like.

  21. If you have good metabolic health you can eat anything for a limited number of years but metabolic health declines as you age. For women, menopause usually triggers the decline and that leads to insulin resistance which leads to diabetes. How long it takes for the deterioration varies for individuals. Whatever diet you choose should depend on your lab results. Do not believe what others tell you. Buy a blood glucose monitor and measure your blood glucose response to specific meals. This documentary has an bias towards veganism. Sure, go ahead try it but rely on your own data from your lab results to decide.

  22. So not sure why this film is received as great information. Folks need to do research on who funded documentaries such as this one. There's no information on who funded this docu….no information regarding who or when production began. This film is bias on every possible level. Seriously folks we need to be more aware of propaganda. It's possible the fruit and produce industry, sugar industry funded this farce. Bias Bias Bias! Watch those credits at the end of this documentary. All of those names of contributors who are those people? Who do they work for? Yup saw Whole Foods so what??? Hmmm possibly all vegans? Wow ??

  23. HORRIBLE cast of known frauds and liars. All these health problems began around the early 1980's and skyrocketed as removal of saturated fats happened and increase in sugar and starch foods happened. It is literally a crossover study that is pretty obvious. The standard american diet is 80% plant based and these idiots are blaming meat and dairy for it, in spite of humans having been carnivores for 4 million fucking years.

  24. I agree with most of what is said. Alot of stuff we should not be eating.
    I feel meat is fine and good, within reason. The problem is that we over eat, we eat more then required. And the way food products are processed. All those chemicals we add to foods.

  25. Things everyone reasonable agrees on: processed foods (including pure sugar) are bad. Excercise, stress management, and whole foods are good for you. Throughout most of human history, until very recently, those whole foods have been a mix of fresh meat, fish, poultry, fruit, vegetables, some grains, legumes, tubers, and in some cultures dairy. This movie wants to say that vegan is the only acceptable way to eat, but that's simply not true. I'm sure for many people that does work. For me, I have found that low-carb whole foods diet works best – fresh, high quality meats, vegetables, low-carb fruits, and some forms of dairy. This diet has helped me lose weight and overcome chronic health issues.

  26. Good video; not new information, but very much worth repeating. However, I had to laugh about how "healthy food is cheap." Well, yes — for people who already have enough money. What I mean is: the raw ingredients (rice and other whole grains, beans, etc) are usually inexpensive, but the stuff you need to actually eat them is most definitely NOT. Pots, pans, decent knives, various specific utensils, not to mention jars of spices, condiments… Unless you already have (or have access to, or can spend the money on) a fully outfitted kitchen, you can go broke really fast trying to prepare those wheat berries.

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