Fresh raw juice made from organic vegetables and fruits give us a concentration of micronutrients that are far superior to any supplement that we can buy.
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead documents the experience of two guys, one 41 and the other 39 that were overweight, sick with a rare illness, urticaria, who couldn’t get well on the medications prescribed by their doctors.
They took their lives and their health in their own hands and both of them recovered fully, got off their medication and became a light to others with this simple organic method for rebooting their body’s immune response.
I am so thrilled to share this inspiring tale of healing and human connection. Part road trip, part self-help manifesto, FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD defies the traditional documentary format to present an unconventional and uplifting story of two men from different worlds who each realize that the only person who can save them is themselves.
Watch Joe Cross film free at his site – CLICK HERE You can see the entire documentary on Netflix and Hulu Plus.
Taking good care of your body today is far cheaper than handing your health over to the medical people paid for by your insurance. Get well. Learn about the micronutrients available at your grocery store in the organic produce section today. Better yet, grow a garden this year and provide yourself and your family with lifelong health and well being.
History of the Juicer
1930’s – The Norwalk Juicer, the worlds’ first living juicer was invented by Dr Norman Walker. Dr Walker lived to 118 years of age.
Slow Speed Juicer by Native Juicer – Slow speed does not heat the juice (killing enzymes) and there is a lot more juice with very little waste – This brand can be found on Amazon.
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