This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Oct 1, 201410 Documentaries About Food That You Haven't Seen - But ShouldDo you love watching documentaries about food and modern food culture? Check out this list of documentary films that might have got past your radar.by CarbLoadedCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Carb-Loaded A Culture Dying to Eat View this video on YouTube Via carbloaded.com The film traces the origins of our beliefs about healthful and unhealthful food. Experts from all over the world talk about the problems as well as short and long term solutions. Among the many experts in the film are authors like Gary Taubes, Mark Sisson, and Melanie Warner. Medical doctors such as David Perlmutter M.D., David L. Katz, and Timothy Noakes share insights that are certain to challenge the status quo. 2. Cereal Killers View this video on YouTube The film follows Donal – a lean, fit, seemingly healthy 41 year old man – on a quest to hack his genes and drop dead healthy by avoiding the heart disease and diabetes that has afflicted his family. Donal’s father Kevin, an Irish gaelic football star from the 1960s, won the first of 2 All Ireland Championships with the Down Senior Football Team in 1960 before the biggest crowd (94,000) ever seen at an Irish sporting event. When Kevin suffered a heart attack later in life, family and friends were shocked. How does a lean, fit and seemingly healthy man – who has sailed through cardiac stress tests – suddenly fall victim to heart disease? 3. GMO OMG View this video on YouTube Filmmaker and concerned father Jeremy Seifert is in search of answers about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and how they affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice. His journey takes him to Haiti, Paris, Norway, and even agri-giant Monsanto as he poses perhaps the ultimate question about what we eat: is it still possible to reject our current food system, or have we already lost something we can’t get back? 4. PLANEAT View this video on YouTube A group of leading international scientists, doctors and professors have spent their lives trying to find out what is the best way to eat. A pattern has begun to emerge in their research, which shows that our animal-based diets are the cause of our most challenging health and environmental problems. Having to battle against their own beliefs, and those of the institutions they worked for, they have come up with a solution that will change peoples lives forever. They share their ideas on how we can not only prevent prevalent diseases like cancer and heart disease but also cure them. And also how applying the same principles can dramatically reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, at the same time as providing more food for the planet. In accordance with this scientific evidence, pioneering farmers and chefs around the world are discovering new ways to produce and prepare the food we should be eating. 5. Genetic Roulette - The Gamble of Our Lives View this video on YouTube Never-Before-Seen-Evidence points to genetically engineered foods as a major contributor to rising disease rates in the US population, especially among children. Gastrointestinal disorders, allergies, inflammatory diseases, and infertility are just some of the problems implicated in humans, pets, livestock, and lab animals that eat genetically modified soybeans and corn. Monsanto's strong arm tactics, the FDA's fraudulent policies, and how the USDA ignores a growing health emergency are also laid bare. This sometimes shocking film may change your diet, help you protect your family, and accelerate the consumer tipping point against genetically modified organisms (GMOs). 6. Genetic Chile View this video on YouTube A film that should be seen by everyone who eats. A look at the world of GMOs through the lens of New Mexico's iconic chile pepper plant. A stunning indictment of the GMO system that brings up to date recent movies about our food supply and it's increasing consolidation into the hands of just a few multi-national corporations. The film discusses the efficacy, safety, economics and cultural aspects of the genetic modification of our food supply. 7. Cafeteria Man View this video on YouTube Cafeteria Man is a feature documentary on school food reform featuring chef Tony Geraci and the Baltimore City Public School system. 8. Overfed & Undernourished View this video on YouTube youtube.com Overfed & Undernourished is a feature length health and lifestyle documentary that examines a global epidemic through one boy's inspiring and personal journey to regain his health from the inside out. Interspersed with interviews and advice from leading health and wellbeing experts from around the globe, providing simple solutions to improve the quality of our own lives, and ultimately asking the fundamental question... Are we really nourishing ourselves? 9. The Perfect Human Diet View this video on YouTube youtube.com THE PERFECT HUMAN DIET™ is the unprecedented global exploration for a solution to our epidemic of overweight, obesity and diet-related diseases - the #1 killer in America. This film, by broadcast journalist C.J. Hunt, bypasses current dietary group-think by exploring modern dietary science, previous historical findings, ancestral native diets and the emerging field of human dietary evolution - revealing for the first time, the authentic human diet. Film audiences finally can see what our species truly needs for optimal health and are given a practical template based on scientific facts. 10. American Meat View this video on YouTube "American Meat," a feature documentary about a grass-roots revolution in sustainable farming -- starring Virginia's own Joel Salatin and his Polyface Farms -- explains how America arrived at its current industrial system, and shows you the feedlots and confinement houses, not through hidden cameras but through the eyes of the farmers who live and work there. The story shifts to the burgeoning movement of farmers, chefs and everyday folks, influenced by Salatin's ideas, who might just change everything about the way meat reaches the American table.