Tennessee Man Searching for Best Diet Plans Finds All Juice Diet

Posted on Friday, November 18th, 2011 at 11:15 pm

It may be the season for turkey dinners, cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie — but for one man in Tennessee, this year’s Thanksgiving dinner will be made up strictly of juice. Josh Adams, of Fountain City, Tennessee (near Knoxville), is 37 years old. After a recent medical exam, Josh decided it was time to find a way to improve his health. As a result, he has committed to consuming only fruit and vegetable juices for two months. “I was at risk for diabetes, heart disease and colon cancer. I am fighting for my life, my health and my longevity” explained Adams in an article published yesterday in the Knoxville News. After searching the Internet for the best diet plans, Adams ran across the the movie Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, which he watched online. In the film Joe Cross, a man weighing more than 300 pounds, loses all of his unhealthy weight through “juicing.”  Adams commented that “by the end of the film Joe is running around like Rocky Balboa. I was sold”.  The film follows the progress of two individuals who both lose weight and improve their health on  juice diets — and, yes, the progress of each dieter is strictly monitored by a physician, which you see during the film. Josh says he has struggled with his weight for over twenty years and has never before recognized the rapid weight loss and new-found energy he is experiencing on the juice diet.

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