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Fat Sick and Nearly Dead: Review Exposes Joe Cross’s Health and Nutrition Documentary
Date:10/24/2013

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 24, 2013

Fat Sick and Nearly Dead, a documentary by Joe Cross that aims at educating people about juicing and nutrition while following the journey of 2 people who are attempting to reclaim their health has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting an investigative review.

“Fat Sick and Nearly Dead isn't about some fad diet or trend, but about 2 men who are on the quest to reclaiming their health through juicing and nutrition. Not only did Joe and Phil need to lose weight but they both were taking over 8 prescription medications," reports Michaels. “It is not just a weight loss documentary, but a complete look at lifestyle change. You even get the perspective of the doctors that Joe and Phil visit, which is really cool to see.”

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After the Fat Sick and Nearly Dead review, Michaels shows that it offers examples of exactly what Joe and Phil are doing to conquer their health with the Fat Sick and Nearly Dead diet. It goes into their exact journey and shows that after 60 days of juicing they both were off or extremely close to being off medication completely, which is a tremendous accomplishment. The perspective that you get from different people and doctors in the documentaruy is really eye opening as well.

"Juicing really is just the beginning to lifelong journey of health," says Joe Cross.

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What are other people saying about the documentary? David Noh of the Film Journal International said "This Oprah-ready doc about the beneficial effects of good dieting manages to be educational and watchable without making you feel too bad about that Twix bar in your mouth."

“There is a reason that Fat Sick and Nearly Dead has been viewed by millions of people and has won numerous awards at independent film festivals. You get to see an inside look at 2 people and their lives as they open up and share some of their biggest struggles and successes to reclaiming their health," says Michaels. “Not only that but you get some rock solid nutritional content and scientific information as well."

“Joe Cross has has created something that is getting people to change their mind about their health. He is getting people to take action and make an impact on their current health by making small improvements in their daily health routines. Not only that, but the story of Phil and Joe will bring most to tears and empower them.”

Those wishing to watch Fat Sick and Nearly Dead by Joe Cross, or for more information, click here.

To access a comprehensive Fat Sick and Nearly Dead review visit this site.

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