In this 2011 documentary, three average New Yorkers embark on a six-week journey through the world of veganism. Throughout their challenge, viewers get to witness their experiences with trying vegan food, learning about the meat and dairy industry, and the impact animal agriculture has on the environment. Witty, entertaining, and informative for vegans and omnivores alike.
Forks Over Knives
Join pioneering researchers T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn as they provide ground-breaking scientific findings about the correlation between an animal product-based diet and the countless lifestyle diseases including diabetes, cancer, obesity, heart disease, and so on.
Cowspiracy is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following filmmaker Kip Andersen as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today; animal agriculture, the greatest force behind deforestation, water consumption, and pollution.
This documentary take a disturbing look into how giant corporations have taken over all facets of the food industry in the United States. Food, Inc. is narrated by author and activist Eric Schlosser and features interviews with average American consumers about their diet, along with unsettling footage taken from inside large-scale animal processing plants.
Fat, Sick, & Nearly Dead
Follow Joe Cross, a morbidly obese man struggling with an autoimmune disease affecting his skin, as he embarks on a 60-day fruit and vegetable juice cleanse in a desperate effort to lose weight and reverse his condition. Fat, Sick, & Nearly Dead focuses on the importance of micronutrient consumption and the idea that the best kind of medicine doesn't come in pill form.
*WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC FOOTAGE*
Earthlings is a bone-chilling documentary that exposes disturbing footage of factory farms, fur factories, research labs, puppy mills, and more.