Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2 is a sequel to the 2010 smash hit documentary by Australian wellness guru Joe Cross. For those of you who haven't seen it yet, the first documentary follows him for 60 days across America making lifestyle changes by juicing as he walks and talks his way through the U.S. spreading his belief in the restorative power of fresh fruit and vegetable juice. His transformation of losing his weight, his medication and his disease was seen by more than 20 million people.
Four years down the track Cross is back with a follow up that introduces you to some of the people he met on his journey. People who were inspired and made the lifestyle changes themselves. We look at the relative impact juicing and plant-based eating has had on their lives as we follow up on them. Most importantly Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2 looks at the crucial role 'support' plays in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Starting his international speaking tour in November, he has worked his way through Canada, New York, various cities in the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore. The Australian leg of the tour begins on the 5th of December and concludes on the 11th of December 2014. Joe is coming to Australia to promote community forums for people who need that extra support on their personal journeys. Watching the film will also motivate you as we come into the festive season with feasts aplenty. It will give you awareness about how to maintain ongoing healthy eating.
The Breville meet and greet Australia wide locations are as follows and below those locations are the film sessions where you will be treated to a Q&A session with Joe Cross himself and the film. Though free, you need to register how many tickets you want to ensure the sessions are not overbooked by clicking on the links embedded in the Q&A Events below.
This documentary will be available for rent or sale on all major platforms including iTunes, Amazon, Vimeo, Foxtel, Google Play, MSFT XBOX, Access Digital, Sony Playstation, Telstra, and DVD pre-order on Reboot with Joe and via cable and DTH systems' video on demand services. The film is available now for pre-order on iTunes.