Honey We're Killing the Kids! (2005– )

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Social documentary where a family is shown through images, predictions of what their children will look like in the future. Over 4 weeks they are forced to change their lifestyle and eating habits to make a brighter future.

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Kate Appleby ...
 Herself (1 episode, 2005)
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Kris Murrin ...
 Psychology Expert (1 episode, 2005)
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Social documentary where a family is shown through images, predictions of what their children will look like in the future. Over 4 weeks they are forced to change their lifestyle and eating habits to make a brighter future.

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A good idea
1 October 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Although I feel a little sad writing a review for this programme, never mind even looking it up, I just wanted to say how glad I am that it was made. People who say this kind of programme is stupid obviously haven't seen it or think it makes them uncool if they do. This is ridiculous. Even "Wife Swap", a similar programme, has lifestyle benefits. Seeing a middle aged woman who obsessively cleans and nags non-stop, or who is prejudiced towards people who don't have a big house, 3 cars and white sofas do a complete u-turn to become a woman who is more open minded and craves more from life, produces quite a pleasing feeling. In "Honey..." the parents of children who are overweight or have potentially damaging dietary habits, see a picture of their children progress from their age now to age 40 based on tests done on them by the show's people. The visual results are more often than not shockingly hideous for a parent to behold (yet ironically usually almost a mirror of the parents) They are then spurred on to change their kid's futures for the better. They are usually successful. I think this programme is a good idea because its a public way of making the masses think more about their children and the damaging and beneficial effects of food. I don't think we should go over the top with making lots of programmes in this area, the best things would be for parents to actually do it themselves and pass those skills and knowledge on through the generations, without shock tactics. But hey, its a start.


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