In one specific scene, Morgan visits a school and discovers that many of the students are buying junk food, such as chips and fries.
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w=210" data-large-file="https://moosmosis.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/2377310409_34a5b4db7b.jpg? w=350" src="https://moosmosis.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/2377310409_34a5b4db7b.jpg" alt="Movie poster of Super Size Me film, directed and starring Morgan Spurlock" class="wp-image-2881" / Intrigued by these two conflicts regarding the capitalism of fast food chains, Morgan Spurlock thus embarks on a one month experiment of eating solely Mc Donald’s, one of the largest food chain companies in the world.
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w=300" data-large-file="https://moosmosis.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/super_size_me.jpg? w=480" src="https://moosmosis.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/super_size_me.jpg" alt="Super Size Me Summary Statistics on Morgan Spurlock; Body Change from Day 1 to End of Experiment" class="wp-image-2882" / Examining the influence of fast food on our younger populations, we learn about the prevalence of fast food, especially in school cafeterias and media.
For every meal, Morgan Spurlock challenges himself to consume Mc Donald’s each day of the month, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
addresses a vital thesis evaluating not only the impact eating fast food has on one’s health but also the question of how truly moral it is to have fast food companies influencing the health of the American population through its food capitalism.
The weight scale dramatically tips for Morgan Spurlock at a whopping 210 pounds or 11 kg by the end of the month.
We see clearly there are no health benefits to eating Mc Donald’s every day, yet what is not stopping people from around the world from continuing to eat fast food?
I know because Morgan Spurlock proves it in "Super Size Me."This is the documentary that caused a sensation at Sundance 2004 and allegedly inspired Mc Donald's to discontinue its "super size" promotions as a preemptive measure.
In it, Spurlock vows to eat three meals a day at Mc Donald's for one month.