074 Balanced Living Weekly – Fat Sick And Nearly Dead Review

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Biggest Loser PodcastIn this episode of Balanced Living Weekly, Cliff and Father share their review of the documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. You can see the trailer for this movie at http://FatSickAndNearlyDead.com. For those who have access to Netflix streaming, the movie is available there.

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Healthy Catholic Podcast with Fr. Roderick
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  • Anonymous

    I watched the film Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead on Netflix. Thanks for letting your audience know about it. Once again, healthy habits make medications unnecessary. That’s the message I get from Biggest Loser also, and it’s one that I apply to my own life as well. I would love to do a juice fast, if I do, it would be for a short amount of time when I have a vacation to enjoy it. It would be worth investing in a decent juicer and seeking reasonably priced produce to make it happen. Juice fasting is also featured in Dr. Ronni’s Marthas’ Vineyard Diet also known as 21 pounds in 21 days. Another similar dramatic healing film is Gabriel Cousens’ Simply Raw involving several people with diabetes vastly improve their health.

  • April, whatever you decide, please just make sure to be supervised by a doctor when doing anything so extreme.

    After losing 40 pounds, I came off my high blood pressure meds and my heartburn meds. All I take today is my daily vitamins. 🙂