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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead

If you follow me on twitter, you may have noticed that as of lately a bunch of my tweets have been talking about delicious fruit vegetable juices you can make at home. I guess I've been inspired by Jo.  Recently my friend Billy told me about this great documentary called "Fat sick and nearly dead". The film is about an over weight Australian named Jo who travels to America to go on a 60 day juice fast. I'm not going to say too much more except watch the trailer and if you intrigued as I was, give the movie a shot.  I'm not advocating a juice fast, but just simply trying to share some interesting information presented through an extremely entertaining format. Plus I've become obsessed with drinking fresh fruit and vegetable juice and highly recommend incorporating it in some way into your lifestyle. Beware though juicing my lead to obsessive compulsions to purchase an abundance of fruits and vegetables, and over juicing can cause extreme explosive diarrhea. Yes I speak from experience however I will spare you the ugly details. Cheers!




4 comments:

  1. Movie looks awesome! I'll def have to check it out! Oh and on the smoothie tummy things - be careful of flax seed. I once had a smoothie with it and was keeled over for a long time!

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  2. Love this! I will share this with my lifelong wellness classes.

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  3. Juicing is a good start at thinking about lifestyle change ... but you said it. Man can not live by juice alone. I noticed lean meats and other sustenance on those plates in the family dinner shots. Oh... and the exercise element was predominant too! Great post!

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  4. Had to giggle at your disclaimer :)

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Thanks for your two cents. I love change!