Juicing It Up
Joe Cross was one made who made a choice, a choice to change. He was over a hundred pounds overweight, had an autoimmune disease that constantly got in the way of his life, and was taking loads of different medicines to fight off all his conditions that were brought on by both the weight and his autoimmune disease. So, this one man started a journey, a journey across America for sixty days drinking nothing but juice. This one man, not only saved his own life, but also through reaching out to others, began to help others begin their own journeys to a healthier, happier life.
Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead is a documentary by Joe Cross directed towards to an overweight, unhealthy audience of fast-food world corporate America. Joe throughout his journey shows the steps and results that need to be taken in order to achieve the goal of a healthier lifestyle. His establishes his creditability by showing not only his story, but also the success stories of others. On his journey, Joe shows his audience that not only is the reboot juice fast for people overweight, but that is also for anybody suffering from just not eating right. While he is in New York, Joe convince Siong Norte to complete a ten-day juice fast to see if her migraines that she suffered from daily would go away. He shows her struggle to continue the fast after the first days and the hardships of watching other people eat food in front of her, but she outlasts and does not report suffering a migraine since she began the fast. He does not just show the happy end results, but shows him lying in bed the first couple of days miserable and other hardships he endured. He makes it clear to his audience that this decision to begin a juice fast is a hard one, but that in the end it is worth it. From beginning to end, Joe Cross shows that is his journey to a healthier lifestyle was not just for the sixty days that he fasted, but that it was a complete lifestyle change. He showed from the very beginning...
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