Unstructured, all over the place, even some wrong information and very patronising with the annoying Sesame Street approach.
Vitamania: The Sense and Nonsense of Vitamins (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
Vitamania: The Sense and Nonsense of Vitamins (2018)
A documentary about vitamins: the history of their discovery, the dietary supplement industry, and the dangers of both deficiencies and excessive intake.
IMDB: 6.80 Likes
- Genre: Documentary |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 767.33M
- Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 90
- IMDB Rating: 6.8/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 8 / 79
The Synopsis for Vitamania: The Sense and Nonsense of Vitamins (2018) 720p
Almost one billion of us take a regular dietary supplement, mainly vitamin tablets. Vitamins are enthusiastically endorsed by celebrities, and vitamin-fortified foods line our supermarket shelves. But how safe are these products? Is it true that vitamins are "natural" and therefore can't do you any harm? How are they regulated, and how can parents make the right choices for their children's health. These surprisingly urgent questions are investigated by scientist Dr Derek Muller in Vitamania, the latest documentary made by Emmy Award-winning Australian filmmakers, Genepool Productions.
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The Reviews for Vitamania: The Sense and Nonsense of Vitamins (2018) 720p
If you want to watch Sesame Street on VitaminsReviewed byBBogusVote: 1/10
15% childish songs and animations70% personal stories about how too much of a vitamin or too little was either good or bad10% travel to locations to see fish/sheep/ice5% facts and science and conclusions and actionable info
I wish the movie was more serious and shorter, much like the Veritasium videos the host makes. Unfortunately it isn't. It has several multi minute long made up "children's songs" along with horribly childish animations. It's almost like the producers were afraid to put too many facts or conclusions or opinions into it.
It started out by stating how many people take multivitamins and then asked the question, "should you take them, how do you know?" But it never really answered this question and ended with "If you take them, take them seriously... fade to credits.". Sigh.
This is a very unique documentary. It shows both sides of the story and gives you a feeling that they are not pushing an idea in your head. I really liked it and it was very interesting.