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HBO: The Weight of a Nation – Part 1: Consequences

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Part 1 of a four-part HBO Documentary Films series that explores the obesity epidemic in America.

HBO: The Weight of the Nation – Part 2: Choices

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Part 2 of a four-part HBO Documentary Films series that explores the obesity epidemic in America.

HBO: The Weight of the Nation – Part 3: Children in Crisis

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Part 3 of a four-part HBO Documentary Films series that explores the obesity epidemic in America.

HBO: The Weight of the Nation – Part 4: Challenges

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Part 4 of a four-part HBO Documentary Films series that explores the obesity epidemic in America.

Weight Bias in Health Care

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The Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University (www.yaleruddcenter.org) has released this new video in response to a growing concern about weight bias in health care.

Big Food

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This film introduces the main themes of Big Food: our evolutionary history, our complex food environment, and the serious health consequences of obesity.

The Food Revolution

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Do you want to improve your weight and health by eating real food? With no calorie counting, no diet products, no hunger? This talk from Ancestral Health Symposium 2011 shows you how to do it the natural way.

Sugar: The Bitter Truth

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Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods.

The Cause of Obesity: Interview with Robert Lustig, M.D.

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Professor Robert H. Lustig, MD, is an expert on obesity and an internet rock star. Just one of his many lectures has over TWO MILLION views on YouTube.

Why We Get Fat: Interview with Gary Taubes

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Why do we get fat — and what should we do about it? Conventional wisdom says eat less, move more. The problem is that this advice rarely works very well.

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