This September, forget everything you thought you knew about protein, strength, and performance. A revolutionary new documentary about meat, protein, and strength, The Game Changer is receiving overwhelming response across the planet. Not only that, #TheGameChangers is trending on every digital surface where youth is affected by its claims proving the lies around protein diet ‘meat.’
The movie follows the story of former UFC fighter James Wilks who seeks out an elite group of high performing athletes, which he claims proves “everything he’d been taught about protein was a lie.”
The all-star team behind the movie includes James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan, Lewis Hamilton, and Novak Djokovic. The Game Changers has been released on the 16th September 2019 globally.
The Game Changers addresses the mass majority of the population, nutrition, and health, which are very confusing subjects. This confusion stems when people try to find facts on these subjects online, where anyone with rich followers tries to inject an opinion, regardless of their credentials, can play minds and reach millions of people. They don’t have the time to read or interpret the actual research, and here companies and self-proclaimed experts with the most advertising dollars use the savviest social media strategies that end up influencing most people.
Why do millennials need to change the game?
Since most meat-eaters aren’t trained in nutrition, they often ask some common questions to a plant-based diet, like “Where do you get your protein?” Is it really necessary that we need high levels of animal protein to thrive in life or its just one of the slickest marketing ploys ever conceived? This is the concept that is being proposed in the documentary The Game Changers.
Making matters worse, self-proclaimed diet experts pretend to be against “the elites”. But they hold the most elitist belief ever: the belief that all other Earthlings are inferior to us because we’re the human. Countless studies are funded by selfish food companies and lobby groups with the goal of making their product(s) seem ideal for athletic performance, weight loss and/or health.
According to gamechangersmovie.com, this “scientific research” filters down to doctors, who, in the United States, only receive an average of 20 hours of nutrition training during their entire medical education, and usually don’t have time to stay up to date on the most recent research. It also makes its way to dietitians and nutritionists – whose educational materials are often funded by these same companies and lobby groups – as well as coaches, personal trainers, and other fitness/athletic professionals, who often base their recommendations on very outdated concepts.
“The formula works beautifully for people selling food. It works beautifully for people selling drugs to treat the diseases that bad food causes. And it works beautifully for the media, which can give us a new story about diet every day.”– Dr. David Katz, Founding Director of Yale University’s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center
You are what you eat
The first thing to remember essentially, food is fuel. If you fill your car with kerosene oil, it may smoke and cough when you try to accelerate. This situation becomes more complicated when people come with food choices. Most people feel overwhelmed and confused after their random researches where all of the conflicting nutritional information they come across asks – Are carbs good or bad? Is exercise the key to weight loss? Should I really put butter in my coffee? To choose the appropriate diet, one must understand what type of machine he/she is.
Confused souls often bounce from one fad diet to another, or simply giving up and going back to their old eating habits.
The Game Changer unveils all the answers with facts and figures stamped with trusted sources. The documentary has been debuted around the world and soon will be available digitally.
Documentaries that dropped meat-myth bombs
“If I could make everyone in the world see one film, I’d make them see EARTHLINGS.”– Peter Singer, author Animal Liberation.
EARTHLINGS is a 2005 American documentary film about humankind’s total dependence on animals for economic purposes. Presented in five chapters (pets, food, clothing, entertainment and scientific research) the film is narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, featuring music by Moby, and was written, produced and directed by Shaun Monson.
H.O.P.E. what you eat matters.
H.O.P.E. is a life-changing documentary uncovering and revealing the effects of our typical Western diet on our health, the environment and animals.
Numerous studies show that eating a whole food, plant-based diet promotes good health and can help prevent and reverse many diseases. HOPE The Project aims to provide you with useful information and advice about living a healthier lifestyle.
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret.
The science and research done on the true impacts of animal agriculture is always growing. Animal agriculture is responsible for 18 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, more than the combined exhaust from all transportation.
Cowspiracy is able to make a compelling case that a great deal of modern environmental damage comes from the unsustainable practices of those supplying people with their meat, dairy, and eggs. It offers some hope in this time of global warming by suggesting that the burgeoning population of Earth can be fed in a more sustainable, plant-based manner.
There are dozens of eye opening documentaries and films available for free on the internet, which reveal the dark side of governments and major government-running private companies.
Joaquin Phoenix is a longtime vegan
If a movie will be made on ‘Veganism’, Joaquin Phoenix will be the poster boy. Being vegan since the age of three and been named 2019 Person of the Year by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Phoenix’s life is quite inspirational and relevant to today’s lifestyle. Although, the 4 times Oscar nominee, Phoenix is a man of simplicity in real life.
Recently, the Best Actor winner at the Golden Globes 2020, Phoenix thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press for “recognizing and acknowledging the link between animal agriculture and climate change.” Considered to be one of the greatest living actors, Phoenix is cinematic magic. He’s been equally magical and influential behind the screen, inspiring people to go ‘vegan.’ But what inspired Phoenix to vegan for 40 years?
At an interview with Collider, Phoenix sitting opposite to the Academy Award-winning actor Steve Weintraub (animal rights supporter) shared the event that led him to veganism.
“Really it was seeing these fish being killed when I was on a boat as a kid. I guess to stun them they were throwing them against the side of the boat. I just had a profound strong reaction. It felt like a real injustice. It wasn’t just me, it was my siblings, all of my siblings, except for the youngest, Summer, she wasn’t born. My mom was pregnant with her. I don’t know how to explain it. I think it made me distrustful, and angry, and frightened of humans, humanity. I just thought it was such a gross abuse of power in a way. I think that during that moment we knew that we were not going to eat meat anymore. We said to our parents, “Why didn’t you tell us?” It’s amazing. I remember my mom’s face, I remember her crying. She didn’t know how to answer. It became very obvious we weren’t going to eat meat anymore.”
Phoenix has dedicated his life creating a compassionate world. He narrated the powerful documentary Earthlings and is an executive producer of What the Health. Join the millions who switched to a compassionate vegan lifestyle because it takes nothing away from you to be kind to an animal.