Morgan Spurlock, an American documentary filmmaker who ate only McDonald's products for 30 days in the 2004 documentary "Super You" to expose the dark side of the fast-food industry and the negative effects of hamburgers on human health, has died at the age of 53.

Spurlock gained weight, his cholesterol and blood pressure levels rose, and he began to show signs of depression during the documentary filming. After this experience, he actively worked to raise awareness about the dangers of fast food and wrote many books and articles.

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A definitive cause of Spurlock's death has not yet been announced. However, some sources suggest that he suffered a heart attack. Spurlock's sudden death has reignited concerns about the long-term health effects of fast food.

Who is Morgan Spurlock?

Morgan Spurlock was an American documentary filmmaker, screenwriter and television producer. Known for his criticism of the fast-food industry, Spurlock made waves with his 2004 documentary "Super You".

In this documentary, Spurlock ate only McDonald's products for a month to show the effects on his health. His weight gain, health problems and depression symptoms during the experience dramatically demonstrated the dangers of fast food.

Spurlock's career was not limited to "Super You". He directed and produced other documentaries. But he is best remembered for his efforts to expose the dark side of the fast-food industry.

Editor: David Goodman