Fat Sick and Nearly Dead

Fat, Sick & Nearly DeadAre You Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead? If Yes, Then You Must Watch This Video Called “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” by Joe Cross. Read its details below and choose how you would like to watch it…

Documentary’s Synopsis From Amazon’s Page:
FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD is an inspiring film that chronicles Joe’s personal mission to regain his health while traveling across America, juicer in tow, and inspiring others to do the same.

Documentary’s Editorial Review From Amazon’s Page:
100 pounds overweight, loaded up on steroids and suffering from a debilitating autoimmune disease, Joe Cross is at the end of his rope and the end of his hope. In the mirror he saw a 310lb man whose gut was bigger than a beach ball and a path laid out before him that wouldn’t end well- with one foot already in the grave, the other wasn’t far behind. FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD is an inspiring film that chronicles Joe’s personal mission to regain his health. With doctors and conventional medicines unable to help long- term, Joe turns to the only option left, the body’s ability to heal itself. He trades in the junk food and hits the road with juicer and generator in tow, vowing only to drink fresh fruit and vegetable juice for the next 60 days. Across 3,000 miles Joe has one goal in mind: To get off his pills and achieve a balanced lifestyle. While talking to more than 500 Americans about food, health and longevity, it’s at a truck stop in Arizona where Joe meets a truck driver who suffers from the same rare condition. Phil Staples is morbidly obese weighing in at 429 lbs; a cheeseburger away from a heart-attack. As Joe is recovering his health, Phil begins his own epic journey to get well. What emerges is nothing short of amazing – an inspiring tale of healing and human connection. Part road trip, part self-help manifesto, FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD defies the traditional documentary format to present an unconventional and uplifting story of two men from different worlds who each realize that the only person who can save them is themselves. Continue reading

20 Top Juicers

20 Top JuicersHere are The 20 Top Juicers on the Market today which people usually buy and enjoy for juicing their fruits and vegetables. Pretty much any juicer that you buy from this page is going to make you happy. Please don’t waste your money on a cheap quality 40-dollar juicer from your local store. If you can buy locally any one of these juicers then please do so, otherwise you can get one through this website by clicking on its image. If you need to find out people’s reviews regarding any one of these juicers, then just click on its image and in the bottom section of the next page you’ll be able to find the reviews which people left regarding your specific juicer. These juicers are awesome because they don’t leave as much wasted pulp as the cheap juicers do which in return save you money. Continue reading

Carrots Nutrients and Health Benefits

CarrotsHere it is again, another rewritten article. Like I said before in one or more of my previous articles that some of my very old articles were not created and/or put together as organized as the recent ones. My old article about carrots can be found here – Carrots Nutrients and Benefits. So, let’s sit back, relax, and begin our new and updated research on carrots.

Carrots are in the family of Apiaceae and their binomial name is Daucus Carota. Carrot is considered as a Root Vegetable. In Russian carrots are called Markovka, and the actual Russian word looks like this – Марковка. Make sure to pronounce the R or roll your R’s in Markovka the Spanish or Russian way and not the English way. (I’m still having trouble saying the letter R the English way, but I’m working on it).

Carrots come in multiple different colors like; Red, Yellow, Orange, White, Light Purple, and Dark Purple. Depending on the environment, mature carrots can be kept after picking for about three to four weeks, but the young carrots can only survive for about two weeks. If you want to make the carrot’s shelf life longer, make sure to remove their green tops.

Did you know that the tops of the carrots are also edible? I really didn’t know that. Hmm… Interesting. The Orange part of the carrot is called a Taproot. Some people claim that Carrots are very good companion plants, especially in tomato production, because the white carrot’s flowers attract wasps which help protect the tomatoes from different kinds of pests.

People around the world enjoy carrots in very many ways like; chopping, boiling, frying, steaming, or by just eating them raw and fresh. You can use or cook carrots in soups, stews, salads, cakes, puddings, rice, and baby foods. The Nutrients in one cup (or 128 grams) of Raw Chopped Carrots are: Continue reading

Juicing Your Way to Weight Loss

Cabbages for juicing.Before you start juicing, you should know that it can get pretty expensive, and I’m not just talking about the start-up costs of buying a juicer. You can go through a lot of vegetables as you juice your way to weight loss. This is why having a garden can go a long way.

That being said the health benefits are amazing, and it is very cost effective when you weigh it against considering joining a weight loss program that requires you to throw a lot of hard earned dollars toward losing weight. Not only that – juicing is truly refreshing – and you can do it in your kitchen

Remember when you didn’t like coffee? And when you couldn’t stand the taste of beer? Well it is somewhat the same with juicing, depending on what you juice. There are a lot of tasty vegetable drinks out there, but when you get going on the green drinks, the healthiest ones there are, you are definitely not going to like them at first. Continue reading

Watermelons Nutrients and Benefits

watermelonHere is some good to know information about the watermelons. Make sure when you pick a watermelon in the store or on the farm or at some kind of a market, make sure that you choose fully ripened watermelon, because there was bunch of research and it was conducted that fully ripened fruits that are close to being spoiled are much higher in antioxidants then the early picked fruits. When choosing which one to take home with you, try choosing the one with a deeper color and if you choose the whole and uncut one then there has to be a yellow spot on one of the sides, that is the side it was laying on, if there is no yellow spot then the watermelon was picked to early. Also, the less of white lines on top of the green deep color the better. Not only do they taste good but they also are pretty healthy. The Nutrients in Watermelon are:
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin B1
– Vitamin B2
– Vitamin B3
– Vitamin B6
– Vitamin C
– Vitamin E
– Calcium
– Magnesium
– Potassium
– Phosphorus
– Water
– Carbohydrates
– Natural Sugar

The Benefits of Watermelons are:
– cleanses intenstines
– cleanses stomach
– Protects from asthma
– Protects from atherosclerosis
– Protects from diabetes
– Protects from colon cancer
– Protects from arthritis

Well, I think that’s enough for now, enjoy your fresh juicy watermelon :)

Also, if you would like to read an Updated article about Watermelons, then go here to the article called Watermelon Nutrients and Health Benefits.

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Oranges Nutrients and Benefits

orangesAn Orange is more healthy than many people think, it’s not just Vitamin C in it there is a lot more to it. A normal medium sized orange contains good natural stuff like:
– Carbohydrates
– Natural Sugars
– Dietary fiber
– Fat
– Protein
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin B1, thiamin
– Vitamin B2, riboflavin
– Vitamin B3, niacin
– Vitamin B5, pantothenic acid
– Vitamin B6
– Vitamin B9
– Folate
– Vitamin C (large amount)
– Vitamin E
– Vitamin K
– Calcium
– Copper
– Iron
– Magnesium
– Phosphorus
– Potassium
– Zinc
– Organic Acids
– Citric Acid
– Malic Acid

Also, an orange has these awesome benefits:
– cancer prevention
– healthy blood circulation
– wound healing
– preventing birth defects
– fighting heart disease
– fighting age-related diseases

The Orange juice is good but the actual orange is even better. You’ll find lots of articles that say the same thing only in like 1000 or more words but I like to find useful information like this fast and easy to read and understand. So, now that you know what an actual orange contains in itself go ahead and enjoy it.