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Brandon Baker NHM101-990 February 28, 2008 Reaction Paper “Supersize Me” is an independent documentary with Morgan Spurlock as director and star of the movie. In it he explores the dangers of eating fast food and its increasing dangers on obese America. He decided to eat McDonalds three times a day for an entire month to scientifically observe the impact that type of food regimen would have on the human body. This film was an eye opening experience and everyone who sees it can truly learn from the information provided by Spurlock and his team of doctors and trainers. Spurlock does an excellent job of describing, in depth, the dangers of a diet filled with fast food and sodas. However, the movie becomes quite boring with images of him continually eating McDonalds and constant trips to the doctor where he says he has never seen a liver deteriorate so quickly from a high fat diet. He always sets up a former surgeon general to make continuous derogatory comments about the risks of eating at fast
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This essay was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course NHM 101 taught by Professor Baker- during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.

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