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Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead: How Fruits & Vegetables Changed My Life by Joe Cross

Joe Cross found himself, at age 40, weighing a whopping 300 plus pounds, and on a daily diet of the steroid Prednisone to manage the painful autoimmune condition that was making his life miserable. He decided to make a major change, so he did something radical: he decided to embark on a sixty-day Reboot to give his body a chance to detoxify and heal itself.

For two straight months, he drank only fresh fruit and vegetable juices - no solid food of any kind, no soda, no coffee, no alcohol. He decided to turn his Reboot into a journey across the U.S. and bring a film crew along to capture him talking with the people he met along the way, sharing his experience (and his juice). He made a hugely inspirational film about the experience, also called Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead. This book details his journey.
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Joe Cross is a filmmaker, entrepreneur, author and wellness advocate. Morbidly obese Joe Cross endeavors to drink only fruit and vegetable juice for 60 days in an effort to lose weight, reboot his health, and inspire others along the way. The Kids Menu is an inspiring documentary from Joe Cross, exploring the battle against childhood obesity through amazing programs, inspiring individuals and most of all — Kids, taking the lead in getting healthier options on their own menu.
Joe Cross

Fat, Sick And Nearly Dead: How One Man Took Control Of His Eating Habits

Sign in. Breakout star Erin Moriarty of " The Boys " explains how her newfound popularity is fueling Season 2 of the hit series. Watch now. Joe Cross examines how to make healthy habits last. Joe meets with experts who present realistic solutions to make long-term sustainable improvements to eating behaviors and overall health. Food Matters examines how the food we eat can help or hurt our health. Nutritionists, naturopaths, doctors, and journalists weigh in on such topics as organic food, food safety, raw foodism, and nutritional therapy.


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More juice Maximizes micronutrient extraction from fruits and vegetables. Nama develops products that help people make better choices and rituals that nurture the body and mind. Two years later, Joe became an early investor in Nama because he believed so much in the product. Together, we are working to promote healthier people and healthier communities through inspiration, education, and products that make wellness easy. Transformation begins in the kitchen.

I'd never made a film before -- much less one in which I am the subject. I made it without any previous film experience, not to mention any idea of what I was getting myself into. I had left high school at age 17 and got a job working for a bank on Wall Street in Australia. After 5 years of learning how to trade the worlds markets I went out on my own and became a day trader, way before it was fashionable. I got bored with that so I decided to exercise my entrepreneurial skills and founded a number of companies, some with success and some without.

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