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Food Choices (2016)

Food Choices (2016)

Pam PopperT. Colin CampbellJoe CrossAshlee Piper
Michal Siewierski


Food Choices (2016) is a English,Spanish,German,French movie. Michal Siewierski has directed this movie. Pam Popper,T. Colin Campbell,Joe Cross,Ashlee Piper are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Food Choices (2016) is considered one of the best Documentary movie in India and around the world.

This documentary follows filmmaker Michal Siewierski as he explores the impact that food choice has on people's health, the health of our planet and on the lives of other species sharing our world. It looks at many misconceptions about food and diet, offering a new view on these issues. The film interviews world-renowned experts, including Dr. T. Colin Campbell, Dr. Richard Oppenlander, Rich Roll, Joe Cross, Dr. John McDougall, Capitan Paul Watson, Dr. Toni Bark, Dr. Pam Popper, Dr. Michael Greger, Gloria Athanis, and several others. You will never look at your plate in the same way again.


Food Choices (2016) Reviews

  • One Truly Great Film!


    This is amongst my favourite films of all times. It talks about three major areas, health, environment, and animal ethics and the leading cause which is animal agriculture and the solution which is to eat plant-based vegan - no animal products at all. It features many prominent people in the movement, doctors, activists, athletes, chefs, musicians and more. The narrator/filmmaker, Michal Siewierski talks about his own journey to plant-based eating and how it connected him not only to his own health, but to the health of the planet, and to other living beings. The cinematography, music, and editing is extremely professional and assembled very nicely. I highly recommend everyone watches this beautiful work of art. - Michael Lanfield, Author of The Interconnectedness of Life, The Journey, and The Lost Love

  • A Refreshingly Different Documentary on Veganism


    Food Choices is a medium length documentary on the plant based diet in today's 21st century world. This documentary was refreshing in many different ways. The film was very credible. All the information in this documentary was cited on the screen. The many different interviews throughout the film were with credible sources in many different industries. I appreciated how athletes were included in this documentary. Many men and athletes use the excuse that a vegan diet would not be beneficial to them, so I feel that is film did a great job covering all the bases. This film would benefit many different people including the average Joe, athletes, parents, and young adults. There are many different perspectives given throughout. The director is a parent and talks about a plant based diet for children. If you have seen a lot of other documentaries about plant based diets, you will appreciate how Food Choices covers some of the most common excuses people use as to why they cannot go plant based. This film also has great use of music and sound effects throughout. I appreciated the use of visual graphics with charts and diagrams to visual see what point is being made. Another credible addition to the film was that they added numerous different scientific research papers to support the arguments being made. If you have seen most of the other plant based diet documentaries, I would still highly encourage you to watch Food Choices as it covers different topics not yet argued by other directors.

  • This is a food documentary about a man named Michal Siewierski on a journey to see what foods really play a role on our health and what we can do in the future.


    I would very much recommend this movie to anyone. The goal of this movie is to show a healthy and sustainable diet for everyone. It shows how nutrition today confuses most people. Everyone is reading papers and trying new diets, but little do they know most information is conflicting and wrong. Protein deficiency? Americans always think they're not getting enough protein, but this is how health problems increase. The documentary started out slow,but in 10 minutes it started to grab my attention. Not only did it include great facts, but they had many people talk in this such as; PhD. Pamela Popper. There were so many things I never knew or would've guessed to be true. I would show this to anyone interested in today's food. This video is educating, motivating, and eventful.

  • Pseudoscience bunk presented as fact


    Food Choices is a relentlessly biased opinion piece about the benefits of veganism, presented with all the appearance of a well researched and scientifically valid exploration of the facts whilst actually comprising almost entirely of cherry picked research presented by a parade of disingenuous quacks. Pay close attention to the credentials of the speakers as they are presented on screen and Google them. Note the total absence of professional scientific researchers and the abundance of "nutrition experts", "wellness advocates" and "alternative" therapy practitioners. You will find the speakers are a whose-who of self-serving peddlers of anti-science nonsense who promote their harmful ideas in faddy diet books. Using techniques that are intellectually indistinguishable from those of climate change deniers and 9/11 truthers, the filmmakers present a counter- narrative to conventional wisdom on diet and seamlessly weave together unsubstantiated theory with real but cherry picked scientific research. The effect is compelling, especially if the pre-determined conclusion of the study is already appealing to the viewer. Veganism may indeed be a perfectly valid and healthy lifestyle choice and some of the information presented in this film may well be true - I don't know and I don't believe there is anywhere near the level of scientific consensus on the matter as there is on climate change for example. My point is not that the conclusions of the filmmakers are necessarily wrong, it is that they weren't seeking to discover the truth in the first place but rather to provide a rationalisation for a pre-established point of view. This is documentary filmmaking at it's worst.

  • Excellent. Food for thought.


    I am not somebody who likes to be told what to eat. I absolutely hate belittling fingers of vegans. I hate people telling me I can't have steak. I hate people telling me what I really really do not want to hear. My own believes are these: Moderation is key. The documentary is convincing because it uses intellectuals excessively. The scientific approach however is always up for debate. We know Einstein was proved wrong, so will these scientists be. But what about plain logic? Never mind the scientists and the individuals. It makes a lot of sense to me that fish shouldn't be a replacement for red meat, the document argues this reasonably. It makes a lot of sense to me that milk is not what scientists make it out to be, no adult animal drinks milk, only humans. The documentary argues this reasonably. It makes a lot of sense to me that humans should reduce their intake of meat and therewith end the horrific conditions in which animals are mass produced. This should be our main reason to turn our backs on McDonald and Burger King. The ethical stance trumps the scientific, surely. It makes a lot of sense to me that plant based food are healthier than meat. God didn't make Omega-Pills, God did not intend for humans to swallow pills, supplements and certainly God did not design obese humans. From Atheist perspective, mother nature did not intend us to be fat. Animals eat instinctively. Ever seen a fat Lion? Ever seen a fat cougar? A fat bird or fat horse? I didn't. At least none that were relying on nature. Nature did not intend to spray pesticides over tomatoes, nature did not intend to feed our stock anything else than what nature provides. Eggs with growth hormones, disgusting. Cows, Pigs, chickens that are being restricted in movement, fed horrible products with growth hormones. God, Buddha, Jehova, Allah, the great spaghetti monster and Nature did not intend for any of this. And this is the only message I understood. Reviewers here trash this documentary because of these intellectuals but I think that they have an IQ similar to the rating they gave as what this documentary sells is truly basic logic and ethics. It even concludes, don't go plant-based radically. Try moderately. It advises moderation. This documentary tries to combine science with real life experience, it doesn't really point a finger at anybody or anything. And, of course, food will always be up for debate. Nobody will ever have a perfect answer. To me, a true eye-opener. Not so much the science, but the logic. I will never go vegan, nor will my diet ever be plant-based. But what this documentary did do was make me think. A good documentary does that.


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