Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (2010)

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Watch Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (2010) Documentary Film.

Australian Joe Cross, forty years old, had a rare autoimmune disease for nine years an adult life of unhealthy diet, which also made him obese. To treat his illness, he is on prednisone, a powerful prescription medication with unwanted side effects. He decided to make a radical change in his life, food, first pass a fresh sixty-day juice, document this trip on the film, and do it in the United States, a country renowned for its unhealthy population Poor nutrition And second, it turns into a diet based primarily on micronutrients, which consists largely of plant products. Spend the first thirty days in New York under the care of Dr. Joel Fuhrman, nutritionist, and the other thirty other days on the road trip on the west coast.

Along the way, talk to many people about what it does, and live and eat healthy, who is bad eater, but who has not yet developed health problems, and many of those who are Poor eaters and have health problems, especially in the latter group who refuses to make lifestyle changes, saying that it would rather die young and happy to change for a healthier diet. This film also follows two people who met Joe. One is Siong Norte who agrees to try a quick juice for ten days to see if it helps his primary health problem of a migraine. Two are the most serious cases of Phil Staples, a truck driver based in Iowa, who has the same autoimmune Joe disease but carrying a hundred pounds more than Joe at the start of his trial. After sixty years of his career, Joe devotes his time at least to the beginning of the journey Phil.

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