Why Are We Fat?

Obesity is the biggest health crisis on the planet.

Directed by Mark McNeill and Will Sergeant Produced by Mark McNeill Health, Mind & Body / Nonfiction / Science English Age group 7 and up 2h 9m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Description
									It's official: there are now more fat people than skinny people in the world. For the first time in history, children are facing shorter lives than their parents. Over the last thirty-five years, obesity rates have more than doubled, leading to a massive and rapid increase in heart disease, kidney problems, high-blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes. How did we go from obesity rates of 9% to 30% in less than a generation? Why Are We Fat? explains the reasons for our rapid weight gain and looks at what we can do about it. 

Presented by Chef Simon Gault-a diabetic who talks to experts from around the world and becomes a human guinea-pig in an attempt to improve his own health-this documentary examines the science behind obesity, new evidence, and the looming health crisis.
							
Reviews

"Though set in New Zealand as well as the U.S., this investigation of obesity will hold broad appeal for North American audiences." - Booklist