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The video, "Documental Sobredosis de azúcar," discusses the dangers of sugar consumption and the fact that many people are not aware of the importance of eating healthy foods. The speaker, a doctor known for his work on obesity and nutrition, discusses the fact that sugar is not the only culprit in obesity, and that there are other factors at play. He goes on to say that it's important for people to be informed about the food they're eating, and that this is something that can be done through free, public speeches.

  • 00:00:00 Sergio Med, an expert on addiction, has discovered that sugar is just as addicting as cocaine, and that water with added sugar is even more addictive. In a video, he explains how sugar creates a "delicious cosquilleo" in the brain, just like drugs do. He also suggests that our kids are all addicted, and that if they consume on average 100 grams of sugar per day, they're addicted.
  • 00:05:00 In the early 1960s, few people spoke of addiction to smoking tobacco or nicotine, and the addiction to sugar was not considered addictive. However, this did not stop millions of people addicted to tobacco with all the consequences that we know today. I will enjoy a cigarette and sugar are the same battle exaggeration our researcher not so much because now we are paying the consequences in France obesity affects almost 19% of the population double the 2000 figure is an epidemic among young people the hospital of san salvador yesterday in the south of France the unit specialized in the treatment of obesity adolescent 24 young students pass here the school year 10 months learn to move and above all to eat properly go here enjoy gregarianas here they are forced to eat normal food here there is no diet regime is food normal they are forced to eat telegrass and calabacín and learn a little common sense they eat at the table and without refreshments are efforts that give their fruits from September Roman has weightloss but does not mean how much at 16 years old already has a very clear vision of what he also considers a form of addiction We have much less contact with sugary foods now, almost can be said that we detoxify ourselves well that
  • 00:10:00 In this video, scientists discuss the dangers of sugar consumption. In 1990, Professor James wrote a report stating that we don't need to consume any added sugar in our diets. This report was met with hostility by the sugar industry, and they lobbied to have it removed from official health advice. However, in 2003, Professor James published another report in which he establishes a direct link between obesity and sugar consumption. This report was finally accepted by the medical community as a whole, and has led to the decline of added sugar in many food products. Sugar is still a problem, however, for children who are more likely to become obese if they consume too many calories and sweets. The food industry is a big player in the health and obesity crisis, and they have been lobbying governments to change their policies on sugar since the early 1990's. This video provides an introduction to the food industry and sugar consumption, and introduces us to a man who is the director of nutrition for a French food company. He explains that the taste of a product is one of the most important factors when it comes to selling it, and that a product must be good for both diet and practicality in order to be successful.
  • 00:15:00 The video, "Documental Sobredosis de azúcar," focuses on the dangers of sugar consumption and the fact that many people are not aware of the importance of eating healthy foods. The speaker, a doctor known for his work on obesity and nutrition, discusses the fact that sugar is not the only culprit in obesity, and that there are other factors at play. He goes on to say that it's important for people to be informed about the food they're eating, and that this is something that can be done through free, public speeches. He also says that he doesn't have any political agenda when he speaks on these topics--his only goal is to provide information that is relevant and helpful. The speaker concludes the talk by stating that everyone is tense because of the current political climate, and that they should all relax and enjoy the free, scientific speech that they've been given.
  • 00:20:00 The video explains how a trusted sugar company, Kraft-Foods, worked with nutritionists to develop credibility and gain congressional attention. They hoped this would lead to favorable legislation, but instead decided to take direct action and created the C2 research institute to study sugar. The Sugar Association, a discreet trade group, has been successfully lobbying politicians for decades to introduce sugar into French school curriculums as part of culinary education. This week, I'll show you the true flavor of things with sugar, with a celebration of its true taste, and every year in October, renowned chefs from around the world explain the election of 150,000 students to the French Academy of Culinary Arts. However, the Sugar Association is also an opportunity to talk about sugar - and that's exactly what the C2 did this week. It organized a educational conference on sugar in Paris City Hall, with a few elegant women dressed in formal school groups and our reporter attending. The two representatives from the sugar industry spoke - one happily taking the microphone, the other providing more nuanced opinions on sugar research. The video ends with a warning from the sugar industry that there is no relationship between sugar consumption and obesity - contradictory to what we've been told until now. Sugar research is difficult to obtain, and it
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses four studies that supposedly show there is no link between sugar and obesity. The experts' reasoning is based on these studies, which were funded by someone unknown. The two studies that were funded by the sugar industry were criticized for this. The other two studies were not funded by the sugar industry, but by food companies. The professor is also a member of the scientific committee that issues scientific statements about the link between obesity and sugar consumption. Three years earlier, he received a prize from the sugar industry. The question is whether a scientist can be bought for 5,000 euros. It seems that this is indeed the case, as several other experts in the field have similar links.
  • 00:30:00 The documentary discusses how the food industry cooperates closely with Craft, the manufacturer of Oreo and Milka cookies, to which the viewer belongs to the Craft scientific council since 2003. The council's main field of research is the enrichment of foodstuffs, one of which is the study of how much money Craft makes each year with that. The council's members are private individuals and are not publicly disclosed, nor are their income or expenses divulged. The documentary goes on to say that although the council has been discussing sugar addiction for years, the sugar industry has been able to use it as an impenetrable weapon. This is the situation the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) relies on the opinions of scientists, but over half of them have ties to the agricultural industry, which uses studies by the council to defend its interests. To have a scientific opinion that is unbiased, the council needs to have a part in the decision-making process of the agency, and this is not currently the case as the president of the council cannot preside over a group within the council. This is also the case for all other positions within the council, with the exception of pizza-maker. The documentary then goes on to talk about how the food
  • 00:35:00 The documentary discusses how excessive sugar consumption can lead to obesity and health problems in children and adolescents. It cites a study from the French government's agency for food safety, which found that there is no correlation between sugar-sweetened beverages and obesity. A separate, but related, study from The Lancet found that excessive sugar consumption in children is linked to obesity. The documentary interviews a French journalist who found the study on sugar consumption and obesity that was funded by Coca-Cola. The journalist says that this study is not really a study, because it is only a survey and not funded by Coca-Cola. However, the Coca-Cola company did partially finance the study. The journalist also points out that other sugar-sweetened beverage companies also contribute to the funding of studies on sugar consumption.
  • 00:40:00 This video discusses the impact of wine consumption on obesity and heart disease. It also discusses an independent study that found that using color-coded labels on food products can help consumers make healthier choices. This system has been successful in England for the past six years, and would be more effective if it were adopted in the rest of Europe. Corporate lobbyists have successfully prevented such a system from being implemented in Europe.
  • 00:45:00 In this video, a French representative discusses the concerns of the food and beverage industry over a proposed system of traffic lights to regulate sugar in food. The representative explains that the system would lead to a stigmatization of certain food categories, and that Nestlé, one of the leading food companies in the world, had developed its own system to circumvent the traffic lights.
  • 00:50:00 The video documents the efforts of the food industry to get a new system of labeling for sugar products approved by the European Parliament. The current system, which is based on percentage of daily intake, is seen as too complicated by some consumers, and is opposed by the food industry. The vote on the system was close, with proponents of the tricolor system (based on the colors blue, yellow, and green) narrowly winning by two votes.

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