#Roommates, how many of you guys have seen the #WhatTheHealth documentary on Netflix?! If you haven’t seen it, then it’s probably because you’re terrified to and you definitely should be! The film’s narrator, Kip Andersen, presents astounding evidence supporting that dairy products have negative affects on our bodies.
Kip also explores the links between consuming red meat and cancer, and questions the World Health Organization on why chicken, cigarettes and asbestos exposure share the same group one carcinogen level.
What The Health is a very compelling documentary and we encourage you guys to check it out for health’s sake…and for Twitter’s sake! Kip and his crew have the kids shook after watching this documentary and we’ve compiled some of the most accurate reactions below!
Nothing is safe, apparently!
Watching #WhatTheHealth and ALL I can think is “What exactly IS safe?” pic.twitter.com/MVHsRTyCax
— J Pennie (@penntoface) July 23, 2017
Me trying to figure out what I can eat after watching #whatthehealth pic.twitter.com/RyKAJ3L0OO
— kendrick 🌹 (@marisajorgy) July 17, 2017
The amount of lies that these companies have literally been feeding us is ridiculous. Most of the info we needed to see is right on their websites too! SMH
Mood while watching #whatthehealth pic.twitter.com/UZc9xnQemj
— Adria🌱👩🏽🌾✨🐝🌻 (@AdriaSkywalker) July 22, 2017
Being overweight has been overshadowed by the “Love Thyself” movement and that’s definitely not ok.
No one wants to fat shame but this movement to be comfortable with our bodies has made us comfortable with being sick. #whatthehealth
— Key (@Keyana_Mahottie) July 25, 2017
My fridge and freezer are looking mighty green lately! Lol!
Me after watching #WhatTheHealth on Netflix 🌾@wthfilm #veganlife pic.twitter.com/K7jxrPK44G
— C A R M A (@CarmaDee) July 18, 2017
That’s a word!
I wish America would make it easier for us to have a healthy diet instead of poisoning us with every day food #whatthehealth
— Eugeni Darouiche (@eugeni_lovee) July 17, 2017
This is definitely a fact. *pours a glass of wine*
Good thing wine is still safe #WhatTheHealth pic.twitter.com/GVIZKkcBis
— liz (@Itslizyo) July 25, 2017
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