“Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” – what a difference a year makes

April 1st marks the 12 month anniversary of the theatrical premiere of “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead”.  While my Reboot journey began well before the film came out, these past 12 months have been life-changing for me.  Since wrapping and releasing FSND, I’ve dedicated myself wholeheartedly to the mission of improving health and quality of […]

Community Garden – To The Max!

  Sure, we all love community gardens and local food sources, but this proposed “food forest” in Seattle takes the concept to a whole new level.   www.Good.is shared this story which got our hearts fluttering and mouths salivating.   “Imagine if your neighborhood park doubled as a communal orchard. Out of fruit in the […]

February Group Reboot – Day 5 Reflections

Congratulations February Rebooters – today is day 5! Great job to everyone and I sincerely hope you are feeling a sense of accomplishment, pride and experiencing fantastic physical and mental health. Each time I Reboot I learn something new about my relationship with food and who I am as an eater. Being a nutritionist I […]

February Group Reboot – Day 3

  Hello Rebooters,   Welcome to DAY 3 of the Group Reboot. Congratulations on getting to Day 3 – this is an exciting choice you have made for yourself, taking that big step towards a healthier new you!   My name is Claire Georgiou, I am an Australian naturopath working here for the Reboot community […]

February Group Reboot – Day 2

Welcome to Reboot from nutritionist Stacy Kennedy and Juice on the Go – the best way to store your juice. Hi Rebooters!!! I’d like to introduce myself and welcome you to our incredible February Group Reboot here on our brand new website. Some of you may already know me from JointheReboot.com and Fat, Sick and […]

The Golden Rule

Can’t we all just get along?   That’s the question I’m asking of all health minded foodies today. I don’t know about you, but I’ve been noticing a trend of I’m right, you’re wrong these days when it comes to what we put on our plate.   Food is very personal. I totally get it. […]