'Fed Up' Tackles Food Industry, Health

The film, executive produced and narrated by Katie Couric, opens May 9.
3:00 | 04/07/14

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The epidemic here is worse than previously estimated much worse or the message has been pushed on us it's your colleagues and he's so hard to give them a run around and play it right they apparatus -- they don't exercise and it's about how. Forget about it. There are 600000. Food items in America 80% of them have had to show. Your brain lights -- sugar just like -- container -- -- become an -- and you end up with one of the great public health epidemics of earth tone. This is the first generation American children respectively shorter hours and parents and years -- and from doctors have -- Statistics. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Over 95% of all Americans will be overweight or. Decades. Would -- as a country. The sugar industry is extraordinarily. Powerful they're in business to make money not keep America. What if our whole approach to this epidemic has -- dead wrong the government is subsidizing. The obesity epidemic. Replace private profit ahead of public health system that political failure. By 2051. Out of every three Americans we'll have diabetes those diseases are being driven. Question this is the fundamental problem nobody -- talking about in society. We can cure 80%. Of the problems -- -- prepared -- in the school. Some food companies -- acting very much like tobacco companies did thirty years ago. It would reject it entirely any argument that they -- in any way harmful lying through their teeth -- -- being told the biggest lie to leverage here. Ronald McDonald never sells his children he informs and inspires through magic and fun. If a foreign nation we're doing that our children we -- defend our. Years from now we're gonna say I -- we've -- let them get away with. We have to change -- die out of so preventable.

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