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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 what's keeping you from having the body and health you deserve.Written by
I guess I'm a little late for viewing this documentary. I just the other night found this little gem on Netflix. I gotta say, there were a couple times I was brought to tears. Not because it was sad, or that I'm a wimp but because some of the things said at that moment affected how I was feeling and it hit home. I have always been a tiny, well balanced frame of a person, right up until the day I quit smoking. I gained about 35 lbs in a very short space of time but that was OK because I expected some weight gain. I had successful surgery to reverse a tubal, got pregnant at 38 and from that moment on my life has been to say the least different. Some of the choices I've made haven't been so beneficial. I went from being 115 lbs on the day I quit smoking on January 14th, 2003 to 185 lbs to this date, October 18th, 2013. My daughter is now almost 9 years old and I literally have no excuses except I thought after having her, history would repeat itself and the pounds would drop off like they did when I had my sons while in my early 20's. I was terribly wrong. Then I thought, because my daughter walked at 9 1/2 months, chasing her active little mind and body around would help. Again, I was wrong. So now, at 47 yrs. old, approximately(to be healthy) 60 lbs overweight, I am at a loss for words on what to do about it. I'm embarrassed, scared, disgusted, out of control and unsure where the next step to help me is at. Until now. I found this movie to be so enlightening and hopefully life changing, I'm just sorry others haven't seen what I did. I don't think the point of the movie is about being a glorified infomercial, or a bunch of individuals telling their story and not being truthful, I think the movie is about people, like me, who struggled to find their way as well, discovered a better, healthier way to see the end of a long, hard road and they are passing on their knowledge and success in hopes of, again, people like me who will benefit from their knowledge. That's it. I walked away from this movie with a goal, and I can't wait to get started.
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