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This video discusses the importance of eating healthy and organic foods. It features Carlos Fresneda, who talks about his personal experience with anorexia and how it led him to start eating healthier. He discusses how the food industry has changed in the past few years, with more restaurants and stores offering organic and healthy foods. He discusses how the European Union, Spanish government, and food industry are all trying to regain consumer trust by providing more information on food safety and quality.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, a farmer talks about the importance of using natural, pesticide-free methods to grow crops, and the health benefits of eating organic food. He explains that, due to the current food crisis, many people are concerned about what they eat. He goes on to say that, due to the use of artificial ingredients and chemicals in food, we are slowly losing the health benefits that we once had. He also talks about the negative impact of using these chemicals on the environment.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, Dr. Francisco Laínez, an expert in toxicology, explains how pesticides can have long-term effects on human health, including memory loss, weakness, and fever. The European Union has classified many of these chemicals as dangerous, and the industries that produce them produce more than 2 million tons of them each year. In Granada, Spain, Dr. Nicolás Olea has shown that even low doses of some of these substances can have an accumulative effect and interfere with the hormonal system. Among the toxicants present in agricultural production, the non-selective herbicide nonilfenol and the bisphenol A compound present in plastic food containers and consumer products, are the most commonly used. Justo Sanchez visits Dr. Laínez because, despite using pesticides in his crops for years, he's aware that their long-term effects can linger in his body. The European Union considers that at least one hundred chemicals classified as dangerous are used in agriculture, and the chemical industry produces more than 2 million tons of them each year. Two of the five multinationals developing genetically modified crops have chosen Spain as one of their experimental areas. For example, this maize variety, engineered to contain a
  • 00:10:00 This documentary discusses the importance of genetically modified crops and their effects on the environment and human health. It explains that genetically modified crops are made of biological materials, and as a living being, they are now capable of producing that natural compound. This protects the plant from pests, and when genetically modified crops are included in maize seeds, a toxic substance called bt is expressed in every cell of the plant's body. This is happening all throughout the year, in concentrations that are overwhelming. Moreover, the plant's remains can still contain this residue even after it dies. There are two opposing views on genetically modified crops among the scientific community, and this does not impede their cultivation. In Spain, 25,000 hectares of maize are genetically modified for human consumption and animal feed. The first country in Europe to produce genetically modified crops, Spain is also the first export market for these products. The main goal of the initiative is to promote the development of sustainable agricultural practices. However, the industry is seeking to monopolize the technology by controlling the seed supply. This poses a challenge for food producers to keep up with the demand for genetically modified foods. Environmental groups estimate that a large portion of the 4 million tons of maize and soybeans imported from Argentina or the United States are genetically
  • 00:15:00 The documentary, "SOMOS LO QUE COMEMOS.", follows Juan Mari Arzak, a renowned Spanish chef who has turned to natural ingredients in order to create more authentic and flavorful dishes. He has become particularly interested in the world of biochemistry, and has begun to learn about the natural methods used to make food items. Suddenly, he realized that not all explanations of food production involved using natural methods; logic dictated that he should create better food products using only natural ingredients. He opened his restaurant on the top floor of his home and, hidden behind one of its secrets, is one of his best-kept secrets--a collection of natural, aromatic food items from all corners of the world. Some of these flavors are about to disappear due to advances in industrial food production methods. OLD SMELLS and enticing flavors from ancient culinary cultures will be used as condiments in an unusual way: they are thrown into curly hair and then caught in a net. The aroma is then released as a sweet, cítric taste. Some of our favorite food aromas and flavors are disappearing due to advances in industrial food production. We are losing the ability to smell and taste many of our natural senses. For example, the fragrance of
  • 00:20:00 The video documental, "SOMOS LO QUE COMEMOS.", follows Sabores de Efe, a multinacional company which employs Michio Kushi, as he discusses his work in the food industry and the importance of balanced diet. The company's products - ranging from sabores de efe (a type of soup) to macrobiótica (a term meaning "long life through a balanced diet"), - have made Kushi a household name in Spain. The documentary also follows Kushi as he works to popularize a new, health-focused food culture in the United States. Kushi is recognized for his work in the field of nutrition, and in 2000 his company's revenue reached 5 million Euros. Today, the multinacional company employs over 2000 people around the world and ships products worth over 19 million EUR annually.
  • 00:25:00 This video, titled "SOMOS LO QUE COMEMOS. (Documental) LSChannel", discusses how obesity and diabetes are problems that are related to a person's level of life and diet. It features Carlos Carrión, a specialist in marketing food products, who says that the market is ready for foods to become irresistible. It also features Sonia, a woman who has gained almost 100 pounds in two years and needs her husband, José Luis, to watch her so she doesn't fall and get sick, and to make sure she doesn't eat food that she hides. This metal band on which the personal touch is added is made of 90% recycled materials. In Spain, half of the population is obese or at risk of becoming obese, and this is one of the main causes of disease. There is no good diet education in schools, and this is one of the reasons why many people are obese. In addition, self-responsibility for one's own food has led Sonia to start to gain weight in two years--gaining almost 100 pounds--and she needs José Luis to watch her and keep track of her health so she doesn't get diabetes. According to Carlos Carrión, obesity and diabetes are diseases that are related
  • 00:30:00 The video talks about how people's eating habits have changed in the past few decades, and how this has led to an increase in mental illness such as bulimia, anorexia, and obesity. It explains that these illnesses are also related to a person's immune system, and that by changing their eating habits people can start to feel better. Five years ago, there were few specialized health care facilities focused on treating children with eating disorders. The hospital for children Jesus in Madrid was one of them. Today, however, there are only six specialized hospitals in Spain that deal with this kind of illness. Doctors consider bulimia, anorexia, and obesity to be psychosomatic diseases, caused by a person's new habits of living. One of the patients in the video, 17-year-old Elizabeth, had been living with asthma for years, but didn't know that her problem was caused by a food intolerance. After making a radical change to her diet, she finally stopped having asthma problems. The video ends by urging people to be more careful about the foods they eat, and to always consult a doctor if they have any questions about their health.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, experts discuss the relationship between diet and cancer. They say that excessive consumption of animal protein can be linked to cancer risk. According to this video, one of the experts behind this research is Campbell, who has worked on this topic for many years. He studied how cancer rates in China are much lower than in western countries, and he believes that this is because traditional Chinese diets don't include as much animal protein. This discovery influenced the World Health Organization's (WHO) recommendations on healthy eating, which recommend increased consumption of plant-based proteins. This video also covers other food scandals, such as the dioxin crisis in chickens, the aftosa epidemic in dairy cows, and the plague of pigs. All of these scandals have forced consumers to search for alternative sources of protein. As of 2015, half of the seafood that will be eaten in the world will come from aquaculture. In Spain, pigs are raised in farms that feed them fish raised in farms that feed them crustaceans and fish. We are in a situation of uncertainty and other times the video is very interesting as it follows a story across Europe for over 78 years. Officials have denied the importance of this issue until the public said "enough", and
  • 00:40:00 This documentary follows a group of zoologists as they study the effects of eating fish in captivity on the development of fish larvae. They find that the fish larvae that eat these dry, hard diets end up coming out of their larval stage and starting to eat live animals. This type of feed, which is called "feed east," is made up of a high percentage of fishmeal and is the most important part of the feed for fish. It also contains oil from fish, hemoglobin derivatives (from slaughterhouse wastes), and avian eggs. According to this study, 73% of all new diseases are caused by eating animal products, and the food we eat can spread these diseases to other people. Some people have chosen to go vegan, based on the belief that this is the best way to avoid getting sick. Others have chosen to go vegetarian, eating only animal-based products. In times of economic crisis, people are increasingly turning to alternative food sources. This has led to a boom in the production and sales of fish-free diets. One farmer in Catalonia, Spain, has found a way to finance his sustainable farming operation by becoming a sponsor for his cows. Every sponsor advances money to the cows in milk, eggs, and cheese. This
  • 00:45:00 In the video, Carlos Fresneda discusses his personal experience with anorexia and how it led him to start eating healthier. He talks about how the food industry has changed in the past few years, with more restaurants and stores offering organic and healthy foods. He discusses how the European Union, Spanish government, and food industry are all trying to regain consumer trust by providing more information on food safety and quality. Carlos concludes the video by saying that food is more than just a necessity, it's a pleasure that is gaining popularity among consumers.

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