That Sugar Film – Official Trailer

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One man’s journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar. Own it now –

Damon Gameau embarks on a unique experiment to document the effects of a high sugar diet on a healthy body, consuming only foods that are commonly perceived as ‘healthy’. Through this entertaining and informative journey, Damon highlights some of the issues that plague the sugar industry, and where sugar lurks on supermarket shelves. THAT SUGAR FILM will forever change the way you think about ‘healthy’ food.

THAT SUGAR FILM (2015)
Director: Damon Gameau
Starring: Damon Gameau, and featuring guest cameos from the likes of Stephen Fry, Isabel Lucas and Brenton Thwaites, interviews with Gary Taubes, Michael Moss and Kimber Stanhope plus a rocking soundtrack including Depeche Mode, Peter Gabriel and Florence and the Machine.

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35 Comments

  1. I’ll find the topic interesting and I already cut very much all refined sugar however I won’t cut on the fruits I eat every day. I’ll always have a smoothie bowl in the morning and for me, my body, it’s just a good start in the morning. I’m not overweight, have good blood levels etc. So for me, personally, it’s definitely not unhealthy to have a certain amount of fruits every day.

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  2. Sugar is sugar and too many carbs can be a problem so maybe you'll want to take a pass on that pasta sushi roll pita burrito donut cake burger for lunch!

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  3. I can never thank you enough for making this movie! it's saving lives!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Just another stupid ‘shockumentary’ exactly like Morgan Spurlocks crap anti-McDonald’s movie, telling us everything we already know plus melodramatic over-acting once he’s been on the high-sugar diet for a measly few weeks of him rolling on the floor like a sick junkie and pretending to be unable to walk normally. It’s hard to take these stupid things seriously. Oh and then the weight coming-off again montage with the happy music.

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  6. I wish I would have seen this documentary before. I went to America this summer for four months and the last month I traveled. During my travel, I was nonstop changing places and had to eat processed food ALL THE TİME. ı was always feeling tired, unsatisfied with food, unenergetic even causelessly mad but yet constantly in need of eating more. I gained 15 pounds just in 30 days, I was bloated and the unhappiest I was ever been. i wasn't able to think straight most of the time.I WAS JUST LİKE HİM. can't believe I already experienced what i watched and how everything was exactly the same and how i tried to figure out why but couldn't find the reason. Now i see why… THAT SUGAR RUİNED MY TRAVEL!(mostly) Also, i lost the weight just like him with the same symptoms as sugar cravings and with going back to my normal diet and exercising normally . PS: how the body works and reacts is amazing..

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  8. Just watched this and while it's educational and takes up an important issue I found several false claims in it. Sad to see but in it's whole it's alright. I would rather recommend watching this video instead: Sugar: The bitter truth /watch?v=dBnniua6-oM

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  9. I was 255 lbs when I saw this documentary late December 2014. Im now 175 lbs and have changed my diet completely….still eat a lot of crap and what not; but my sugar consumption has been cut dramatically, no more soda…it changed my life…These were all things I already knew would be good for me to do, but the thing about this documentary thats burnt into my head; is when he replaces his chicken teriyaki sauce with just plane sugar in same gram quantity, its so gross and its an image i think of whenver i think of the physical amount of sugar within that specific food. visualize the sugar by itself on a plate and it changes everything.so thank you so much for this documentary; it helped put the sugar portions into perspective for me. which is exactly what i needed to change my ways.

    Thank you…

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  10. Amazing documentary. Now they should make a sequel exposing animal fats/meat being vital for the human nourishment while shitting on vegetable oils which are the true cancer

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  11. To all those people saying they’ve quit sugar, how!?
    I mean these days literally EVERYTHING has some sort of sugar in it, even if it’s natural sugar.
    What sort of things do you eat?
    What don’t you eat?

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  12. It's a good movie and I liked it up to a certain point. Near the end it features (briefly) David Wolfe. That man is an unscientific nutcase. Putting that idiot in this movie makes me question every claim made by this movie.

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