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|Joe Cross||Director, Executive Producer, Screenwriter|
|Kurt Engfehr||Director, Screenwriter|
|Alison Amron||Co-producer, Editor|
|Dondi Bastone||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Alison Hodson||Executive Producer|
|Robert MacDonald||Executive Producer|
|Me Manning||Score Composer|
|Christopher Seward||Co-producer, Editor|
Posted August 6, 2011
My husband and I started juicing after watching this film. At first, I was reluctant. After one week, not only have a lost weight, but this is the best I have felt in many, many years. I'm thinking clearer, and lost all desire for junk food. Thank you for sharing your journey to wellness with our family! Rebooter family in GA!
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Posted December 18, 2011
I have now bought three DVD's to give away to friends. Joe Cross travels across America talking with people about health and in particular juicing to get healthy. I could relate to many of the people interviewed--the excuse of just not enough time to get healthy. The story of Phil, the truck driver, was so inspirational and when I saw him jogging I just felt so inspired. Joe comes across as a friend, never preaching, and compassionate and someone you would really want to go on this health journey with.
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Posted January 10, 2015
I can't give this a five star review because I didn't really do the juicing diet. I just enjoyed watching this it was fun watching this overweight man lose all the weight and become super attractive. That happened to other people on the show too. Juicing must be like the fairy godmother drink for Cinderella wannabes everywhere. If you are on a blind date with an unattractive man, whip out your juicer and make him drink it and he will become your knight in shining armor. Too bad that there is no drink out there to fix someone's selfishness, arrogance, or shallowness.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 17, 2012
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