If you’re wondering why the omega’s are getting the limelight more and more lately, I’ve set the record straight to explain everything you need to know about where to consume more, how much, how often, and from what sources.
Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead will be back on TV next week while I’m in the UK for my book tour! We had such a great response to the film last year that Channel 5 is re-airing it on Monday 3rd February at 12 noon (and again on Ch5+1 and their new channel launching the very next day, Ch5+24). Tune in and don’t forget to mark your calendars for my book tour dates.
n April of last year, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead made its debut in Canada followed by a tour from me where I got to travel around Canada to talk with folks about my Reboot journey. I had a blast while I was there and was humbled by the amazing feedback I received from everyone I met. Now, I’m happy to say that if you’re in Canada you’ll have the chance to watch Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead again on the Food Network Channel! Save the following dates.
I’ve got an exciting two weeks ahead of me because Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead is coming to Canada! It is premiering on the Food Network on April 5th and 6th. Starting tomorrow, I’ll be making my way around Canada’s major cities – Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto – for interviews, meet and greets, store appearances and much more to spread the Reboot message, encourage more people to check out the film, and ultimately get inspired to juice and add more fruits and vegetables into their diets.
Hey mates! I’ve got really exciting news to share with you. Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead is coming to New Zealand! I will be touching down in Auckland on Monday, January 21st for the premiere and making my way around New Zealand to encourage as many people as I can to check out the film and get inspired to Juice On!