top of page

"From Documentary to Dream: How 'Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead' Sparked the Joy Juice Culture Revolution

Celebrating One Year of Wellness: The Journey that Birthed Joy Juice Culture

Hey there, fellow juice enthusiasts!

Today marks a special milestone for us at Joy Juice Culture – our first year anniversary! It's a moment filled with gratitude, nostalgia, and a deep sense of purpose. But did you know that this journey all started with a single documentary that not only transformed my health but also ignited the spark for what is now Joy Juice Culture? Allow me to take you back to where it all began.

Picture this: I was flipping through TV channels, when a title caught my eye – "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead." Little did I know that those few minutes spent watching that documentary would be the catalyst for a life-altering journey.

The documentary followed the journey of Joe Cross, who embarked on a 60-day juice cleanse to regain his health. His story resonated with me deeply – the idea that we have the power to transform our health and well-being through the simple act of nourishing our bodies with natural goodness.

Watch "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead" here

As I watched Joe's journey unfold, I couldn't help but feel inspired to take charge of my own health. I embraced juicing as a way to infuse my body with the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients it had been craving. Little did I know that this decision would not only lead to a healthier version of myself but would also plant the seed for Joy Juice Culture.

Fast forward to today, and here we are – celebrating one year of Joy Juice Culture's existence. What started as a personal journey has blossomed into a vibrant community of juice enthusiasts, wellness seekers, and creative souls who believe in the power of nature's elixirs.

At Joy Juice Culture, we're not just about juicing; we're about embracing a lifestyle that celebrates wellness, joy, and the art of crafting nourishing concoctions. It's about taking that leap towards a healthier you, one sip at a time. And it's about sharing that journey with others who are ready to embark on their own transformation.

So, as we celebrate this special day, I invite you to take a moment to watch "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead"– the very source that sparked my juicing journey and eventually led to the birth of Joy Juice Culture.

Let's raise our glasses to the power of transformation, to the magic of juicing, and to the vibrant community that has grown around it. Thank you for being a part of this incredible journey – here's to many more years of juicing joy!

Stay juicy,


Founder, Joy Juice Culture

11 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All
bottom of page