To investigate the growing problem of obesity, this BBC production follows three different families. Nadine Lewis sees no problem with feeding her kids junk food all day--it's how she was raised, too. Debbie Hershey worries about her twin daughters, both morbidly obese, but hasn't been able to instill change. Sharon Fisher thinks she and her step-daughter are big and beautiful, but she worries about how their weight will affect their future and health.
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Cloake, J. (Narrators). (2011). Junk food mums [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473954328
Cloake, Jacqueline. "Junk Food Mums." In SAGE Video. : BBC, 2011. Video, 00:43:33. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473954328.
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