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Posted by on May 14, 2013 in Juicing |

Fat, Sick And Nearly Dead

Fat, Sick And Nearly Dead

If you have any juicing questions after watching the movie, head for the Juicing and Juice Fasting forum and ask away.

Webmaster note: This is a life-changing video, a real must-watch! It is a very entertaining, inspiring feature-length (01:37) documentary. It really started me on my way to become healthy again.

Update 1: ¬†Sorry, the full-length movie was removed from YouTube as it was only posted for a limited period. I have therefore replaced the full-length movie with the movie trailer. It is still very much a top-of-the-list, must-see documentary. If you are living in the US, you can watch it on Netflix. No such luck in the UK …

Update 2: Hey, I found an other version on YouTube, so the full movie is back on. I'll keep an eye on it from time to time and switch back to the trailer if the full-length movie disappears again.


Go to the Fat, Sick And Nearly Dead website

Joe Cross finds himself 100 pounds overweight and suffering from autoimmune disease and realizes he has reached a crossroad in his life. It occurs to him that he is “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” and undertakes a personal mission to reverse the dietary habits and lifestyle he had been living by replacing the junk food he normally ate with nothing but vegetable juice for 3 months.

Joe decided to try a controlled experiment to determine if replacing processed and junk foods with a source of high nutrient rich diet by drinking only vegetable juice would help him to regain his health by allowing his immune system and boost the body's ability to heal itself.

He embarks on his 3,000 mile trip across America with a juicer and generator in his vehicle and begins his experiment of juicing and drinking nothing but fresh vegetables and fruit for 60 days. During his trip, he stops and speaks with over 500 Americans about what they eat, general lifestyle and their thoughts about Joes experiment.

“Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” the movie has gone on to inspire millions, and many now follow Joes “Reboot your Life” program. A path to better health and wellness by incorporating juicing into ones daily life.