HUNGRY FOR CHANGE exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight loss and food industries don't want you to know about deceptive strategies designed to keep you coming back for more. Find out ...
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Wow, it's crazy how there are 4 reviews that slam the movie, yet it's overall rating is still high.
Maybe it's because you have people like melinda2001 who thinks "Glutamate" is the "G" in ATGC. Try guanine, not glutamate.
While I believe any movie is open to criticism, even these "Food Matters" films, I think this production has been one of the most sane ones. Why?
Unlike the juicing, vegan, raw food, etc movies, this one was more balanced. One contributor even said, if you can do small steps like reducing red meat intake, it will be helpful.
The main message I took away was to try to shift away from the processed and more to the whole foods. What's wrong with that?
Remember, IMDb has a weighted rating system to filter out new people, weak reviewers, etc. This movie is still a solid 7. I suggest you watch it for yourself before you believe the conventional wisdom posted by others like melinda2001.
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