How to watch
Nutrition is a complex topic that’s affected by so many factors, so it can be hard to navigate this on a personal level. You Are What You Eat depicts one Stanford study examining only one of these factors– whether a vegan versus an omnivore diet would be considered healthier. The mini-series does have an interesting approach, as the show introduces four sets of twins out of the 22 sets in the experiment. These four pairs are funny and full of personality, especially when they react to their new diets and the results they receive, so it’s annoying when the show suddenly drops various scientific findings in between, and takes most of the runtime away from these relatable individuals. And when these findings are presented by scientists and politicians known to promote vegan diets, You Are What You Eat feels more like vegan propaganda masking itself as scientific, rather than the interesting journey real people took in the experiment.
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