BBC Documentary - Shocking Truths About Diet And Exercise

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We live in an era where everyone thinks he/she knows everything about diet, nutrition, and exercise. But what if we tell you that some of those truths are actually wrong?

We are not saying that this documentary has hit all the right things. There are always swings and misses. However, there is no denying that some of the myths that this documentary is debunking are real.

With that in mind, when it comes to dieting and exercise, there is always a reason to learn more and see more. Check this documentary to see if there is anything new you can learn for diet and exercise.


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