When anyone talks about weight loss, it always feels like the blame game. The way T.C. Hale and his production team approached obesity and weight loss was to ask “Why?”
Matawan, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/17/2014 -- Most people are overweight and absolutely everyone knows someone who is. Why does it seem like the world is getting more and more obese? Is it diet? Lack of exercise? Is it gravity? What is it that makes us fat?
This documentary will explore all the facets of health and nutrition, from popular weight loss programs, crash diets, advanced nutrition, food production, and exercise and all of this will be to spark a discussion about being able to live healthy in today’s modern food culture. While developing this film something astonishing was discovered; a “one size fits all” approach to diet simply doesn’t work because everyone processes the food they eat differently.
Notable participants in this first-of-its-kind weight-loss program include Ashley Borden, Chef Robert Irvine, Robb Wolf, The Chippendales Dancers, Fit Pregnancy, Isabel De Los Rios, Dallas and Melissa Hartwig, Jane Lynch, Drew Manning, Men's Fitness Magazine, Adam Bornstein, Dr. Kelly Brownell, Patrick Murphy, Muscle and Fitness AND Muscle and Fitness Hers Magazines, Natural Health, Nitro, Gunnar Peterson, Bill Phillips, Dr. Al Sears, SHAPE magazine among others.
Modern medicine is a multi-billion dollar business leading to the desire of the producers to take a closer look at the effects of these medicines and weight loss surgeries and show the alternatives. They will also cover why we hear so much good news and bad news about dietary supplements.)
This documentary is expected to shock nearly everyone who sees it while helping people feel good about their dietary options. Going further, it will also inform the public and leave people humming a tune that they’ll remember forever. For anyone seeking answers to life-long questions about weight loss, this film is not to be missed.
Crowdfunding is sought to bring this film to the world. While all filming has been completed, the footage on its own is not a finished film “in the can”. Funds raised will pay for the essential editing and animation needed to take the footage already shot and transform it into a film ready for the public.
This crowdfunding campaign ends November 8, 2014.
The Why Am I So Fat Kickstarter Page - http://kck.st/1vwqmva