Super Size Me: 6 1/2 Year Anniversary Special Edition
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In "Super Size Me," filmmaker Morgan Spurlock unravels the American obesity epidemic by interviewing experts nationwide and by subjecting himself to a "McDonald's only" diet for thirty days straight. His Sundance award-winning feature is as entertaining as it is horrifying as it dives into corporate responsibility, nutritional education, school lunch programs and how we as a nation are eating ourselves to death.
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Being a person who no longer eats fast-food and haven't for many years, this made me realize how great an idea it was. Another sad commentary is on the youth of America, the interviews where so many descibed how many times they ate at McDonalds.
McDonalds, of course, refused to comment though he tried many times to make an appointment. The 6 1/2 year anniversary is a bonus section where he answers questions. This was just as good as the film.
However... Who would eat McDonalds for every meal?
I am certain if you eat fast food for every meal you will befall the same ill feelings Mr. Spurlock did regardless of the the franchise you choose to frequent.
Human bodies work like computers...
You put Garbage in... thats what you will get back out.
Though its tastey Garbage people need to exercise some self control and stop blaming the fast food chains for making them ill.
But one thing you did accomplish: McDonald's removed SuperSize Fries from their menu. I hate you Morgan Spurlock! When my kids were younger, once a week, as a very special treat (and our only venture into fast food), I would swing by McDonalds and pick up one box of SuperSize Fries. That's it. Just the one item. Then I would take it home and it would be part of their lunch, the rest consisting of healthier options. Here's the thing, Morgan: all three of us could have lunch off of that one box of SuperSize Fries! When they eliminated that option, that was obviously no longer the case. To get the same amount of fries, I had to order (and pay for) two large orders of fries. That rapidly morphed into 2 Happy Meals (double fries, hold the burger, no soda) consisting of fries and a toy. You cost me a fortune! :)
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Come on Spurlock....let us see for ourselves what you REALLY ate.