Anyone else seen this? You know, my sister has been a vegetarian for over 3 years. I've known for some time some things about it. I know enough from my sister that I should have cared. I just never quite had the motivation. I've always felt the food industry was wrong, but how was I supposed to help that? starve myself? I couldn't afford organics, and if I tried to eat better I'd be eating far less. But after watching that movie... they finally had the right idea. They just barely touched on the idea of the poor treatment of the animals, and focused more on the poor treatment of the people in the industry, and of course focused majorly on just how unhealthy it all is for YOU and for your CHILDREN. People should care about the animals, but they don't. But if you turn it around and show them how it could be hurting their children, maybe that'll make them rethink it all. I already know that I never wanted Mason to have formula, I know that he won't get the jarred baby foods (I want to make it at home from fresh produce), I'm not vaccinating him.. I'm already doing so much to provide him the healthiest start possible.. I think I just needed that little extra nudge to put that plan into action. It's been in the back of my head for many years that I'd like to eat better or ONLY eat/buy meat from humane, local, small farms. Walmart is convenient.. but it is time I start looking for places that take foodstamps that sell local products. If you're like me, and have had that little voice in the back of your mind wondering about all the horrors of factory farming and the food industry.. this is an excellent movie/documentary to watch!!! I highly recommend it.