Even though midway claims of evil capital forcing sugar on people is emotional, not aimed at fixing the issue, psychological aspect of addiction depriving people of their potential, makes it the most valuable propaganda to date. Production quality seems rather the matter of time and budget. Silliness while unnecessary is fairly compensated with accessible factual load. Haters pay a lot of attention to calories being equal and thus think this documentary is nonsense but they ignore facts of psychological reaction specific to sugar. Sugar makes people feel love. It's mostly people raised in communities deprived of love altogether - like south USA, aboriginal reservations or undeveloped societies of post-soviet and Asian states. For anyone who still can't get it how to live without added sugar or flour just do what motivational coach said at the end of the film - try to prove it yourself that living without sugar is good for everyone. No need to fear the change - you can always go back to your previous diet but I'm pretty sure you won't have the desire to do so.