10 thoughts on “Bite Size Official Trailer 1 (2015) – Documentary HD

  1. I want to see this and I really REALLY want that in the end they don't give a message like: LOVE YOUR BODY THE WAY IT IS.
    Please don't put that bullshit in this documentary

  2. I've been overweight for most of my life and only one person has called me one name to my face. I am 22.

  3. Smth is wrong with your food I guess. And with some parents…because they are the ones who buy this food.

  4. You know what I don't understand? People say that we shouldn't body shame overweight women but then turn around and do the exact same thing to kids. It isn't always an eating disorder. I'm not exactly a small girl myself. I never really was and it wasn't for poor diet and lack of exercise. I was just as active as the other children I grew up around. I think it was mostly genetics. Look at the parents before you start slamming on a child for being overweight. If they're thin then clearly something is wrong but if not… maybe it's not their fault.

  5. I'm watching thus in my health class because we're learning how to maintain a healthy relationship omg

  6. Stop the fat shaming.
    Stop the skinny bashing.
    Start living and encouraging a healthy lifestyle in yourself and others.

    Understand that your healthy does not equal the what society views as healthy.

    Health is an individual thing, you can be slim, curvy, athletic and everything in between and be beautiful and healthy.


    Obesity is not healthy. Starving yourself is not healthy.

  7. This movie made me want to slit my wrist. It's more about how hopeless of a situation these kids are in. Only the last 5min of the movie gives you any hope that the kids stand a chance at a healthy life and it's nothing compared to the depression you feel watching everything up until then.
    I think people should watch it so that we better understand why childhood obesity is on the rise but after you watch it, watch "Forks Over Knives" so you can be empowered on what to do!

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