FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD (Theatrical Release USA 2011)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.6|5.0 Starsìììì

Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead—informative documentary filmtells about eating only juiced fruits and vegetables for 60 days, the results on health/weight loss, and strength. WOW! movie for anyone who needs to lose weight and regain health. The documentary truly serves as a gift for anyone who needs serious lifestyle change. Good work for Joe Cross and the crew for absolutely achieving his goal to helping others help themselves into good health. 

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Documentary film about Joe Cross, a man who is 100 pounds overweight, on prescribed medications, and  heading for death, who starts a 3,000 mile road trip with a juicer and fruits and veggies to juice.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Directors Joe Cross and Kurt Engfehr for directing efforts. Than you to Executive Producers Joe Cross, Shane Hodson, and Robert Mac for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Doctor (Amy Baderg), Joe’s Father (Mery Cross), Joe’s Mother (Virginia Cross), Nutritionist (Joel Fuhman), The Markey Health Food Store (Tammy Hamlin), Senior Clinical Nutritionist, Brigham & Women’s Hospital  (Stacy Kennedy), Self (Siong Norte), Owner of Terry’s Gun and Pawn (Terry Pennington), Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of NSW, Medical Director, Good Health Solutions (Ronald Penny), Hotel Staff (Mandy Reinking), Phil’s Son (Austin Staples), Phil’s Brother (Barry Staples), Self (Phil Staples), and Phil’s Father (William Staples).

Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This film, very educational, tells how to make significant life changes for a longer and better life.

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