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Two Youngins Do Some Juicing With A Breville Juicer and Ninja Blender

If you have children who think all good food comes from containers, like boxes, plastic and cans, see if they’ll be inspired by these two young gals as they discover the savory delights of juicing with two high tech devices — the Breville Juicer and Ninja Professional blender.

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“Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”: One Year Later, Countless Lives Changed

Joe Cross and the Reboot Plan made famous by his documentary, Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, has changed thousands of lives for the better. Those that began juicing have lost weight, detoxed, reduced medication and became more mobile. Hundreds have sent Joe video messages of appreciation. Here are some. Watch, learn, be inspired.

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Overfed and Under Nourished? Watch “Hungry for Change”

Overfed and under nourished? Overweight? Tired. Eat a lot of bread, pasta and soda? Time to Watch Hungry for Change. Peak Performance guru says, “This inspiring film has the power to transform your health!” Expect it does, should you follow its insights, for these 12 health experts know about what they speak and live their talk.

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The Reboot Cleanse Diet – Two Common Struggles

The Reboot Juice Cleanse, or Reboot Diet, is a popular and effective diet and/or cleanse; however, if you don’t approach it right, you will abandon it quickly as you struggle with hunger and detox headaches. Here, I answer two common questions from Reboot beginners who struggle to get the Reboot right.

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The Reboot Diet and the Detox Effect

Just drink vegetable and fruit drink on the Reboot plan? No eating? What about the headaches, and foggy brain – the detox effect? Read about the three remedies to the detox effect!

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Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead — The Reboot Plan

Joe Cross and his sidekick, Phil, lost between them over 300 pounds on their Reboot Diet consisting of fresh vegetable and fruit juice. Get inspired by watching Joe and Phil in their documentary, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead.

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