Netflix, Inc. has a huge library of movies, shows, and documentaries. The online streaming giant uses a variety of methods to help you find shows and movies. Yesterday, I shared five hacks to help you improve your viewing experience. In this post, we will talk about 10 best health documentaries that will make you want to be healthy.
#1 Forks Over Knives
The message of this documentary is simple: eat the plant-based diet to avoid several chronic diseases including obesity, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. This film examines claims that avoiding processed foods and eating the plant-based diet eliminates or control cancer, diabetes, and other diseases.
#2 Hungry For Change
If you want to lose weight and enjoy the health you deserve, you need to watch this film.
In this documentary, researchers expose secrets that the diet industry – including weight loss and food companies – do not want you to know about. It shows that the companies do not want people to lose loss and enjoy the health they deserve.
#3 Food Inc.
This is a great documentary by Robert Kenner about the gigantic corporations which control all aspects of the food chain in the United States.
The film shows how big firms produce food, operate animal processing plants, and use growth hormones.
#4 Fed Up
Fed Up focuses on the causes of obesity in the United States.
The film examines the role of the food industry in America’s obesity epidemic. It presents evidence showing that one of the major causes of the obesity is a presence of the large quantities of sugar in processed foods.
#5 Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead is a documentary film which shows how morbidly obese people can lose weight with a juice fast.
The film follows the story of Australian Joe Cross who was able to weight by just drinking fruit and vegetable juice for 60 days.
Vegucated is a documentary film that presents the challenges of converting to a vegan diet – such as vegetables, grains, nuts and fruits and foods made from plants.
The film “follows three meat- and cheese-loving New Yorkers who agree to adopt a vegan diet for six weeks.”
This 2014 documentary film explores the effects of cattle on our environment, giving you a reason to stop eating or at least eat less meat.
The film address the impact of animal agriculture on the environment. It investigates the policies of environmental organizations – including Greenpeace, Sierra Club, Surfrider Foundation, Rainforest Action Network, and others – on this issue.
#8 Bigger Stronger Faster
This documentary is about the use of steroids in sports as performance-enhancing drugs in the United States.
It is an informative and entertaining examination of the role of performance-enhancing drugs in the modern American culture that is obsessed with winning.
#9 GMO OMG
The 2013 American documentary film focuses on how genetically-modified organism (GMO) affect people and the planet.
It presents the story of a father who studies the link between GMO used in the production of food and his young children.
#10 Bikes vs. Cars
Bikes vs. Cars is a documentary film that depicts the effects of the growing car industry on our climate, earth, and cities.