Supersize Me Guy, Morgan Spurlock Rips Into Pharmaceutical Giants And The Search For Cures To Chronic Diseases

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  • Miami, FL (1888PressRelease) November 04, 2010 - SuperSize Me Director, New Controversial Video Interview Raises Serious Questions.

    Super Size Me Director, sparks fresh controversy in his latest interview on . The Golden Arches can relax. In this interview, Spurlock makes some controversial statements against the billion dollar pharmaceutical industry and the American Heart Association. He suggests that there may be powerful forces against finding a cure for chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease cured.

    Traditional drug based treatment of these chronic diseases is a lucrative business. According to Spurlock, Pharmaceutical giants and their agents work together to make most of Western society " pharmaceuticalized" namely, believing that real cures can only be achieved through drugs and surgery.

    As part of the "quick pill" culture, Morgan stated, "We enjoy abusing our bodies" because it is easier than making and effort to make healthy choices.

    Spurlock is known for his 2004, documentary, Super Size Me. In that bombshell feature film, he personally looked at the health risk posed by the fast food industry. Spurlock became a one man Mc Donald's eating machine, eating Mc Donald's meals three times a day every day for thirty days and he cranked up some serious health issues in the process.

    This time around, Spurlock takes aim at the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association and questions if they are really looking out for the American public or in bed with big business.

    You can see the full, thought provoking video interview at

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