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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series teaches viewers about improving their health and well-being through simple dietary and lifestyle changes like buying local products, recycling, and reducing energy use.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Rare mention of foods and supplements that are good for the libido.
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Products & Purchases
Brandless organic products get a lot of attention, as do the companies whose recycling efforts are spotlighted (Patagonia, for example).
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Beer and alcohol bottles are shown in segments about recycling.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this series aims to help families create healthier surroundings by emphasizing the personal and environmental benefits of "green" changes like buying organic products, recycling, supporting local farmers, and decreasing energy use. References are made to medical ailments (like cancer) being linked to preservatives in food, hormones in dairy cows, pesticides on produce, and air quality problems in the home. Though tuning in with tweens may inspire some positive family lifestyle changes, if your kids tend to be worriers, this series could generate a sense of paranoia about the world's potential toxicity.
Is It Any Good?
Snow and the experts she talks to lay out excellent cases for making small lifestyle changes that yield big benefits in overall well-being. They also stress how critical it is to reduce our resource consumption, showing the excessive waste that threatens to exhaust landfills and demonstrating how recycling can make a difference.
Get Fresh is great for families looking to take small steps toward a healthier life and better environment. But if your tweens are worriers, be careful -- some of the details about food and environmental health risks can be frightening.
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