Over the last thirty years, childhood obesity rates in America have tripled. Bite Size follows four kids who struggle daily with obesity as they search for a healthier life-style despite social pressures, old habits, and even their own parents. Offering a thoughtful look into childhood obesity with a rarely seen positive and uplifting message, the film is highly recommended for Middle and High School Health Classes, as well as University and College courses in Child Development, Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Public Health.
"Takes up where Fed Up left of." - The Washington Post
"This film would be a good addition to the library collections that support programs in health, social work, and youth studies. Recommended." - EMRO
"Recommended." - Video Librarian
Additional Film Info:
Director: Corbin Billings
Subjects: Child Development, Eating Disorders, Kinesiology, Nutrition, Public Health Sociology
Length: 80 mins.