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Join us for...Super Juice Me! LIVE on FMTV
Watch the film
'Super Juice Me!'
FREE This Weekend On FMTV
From the comfort of your own home or office you will be able to watch Jason Vale's documentary Super Juice Me! all weekend for FREE. Plus, tune in for a Live video interview on Sunday with Jason Vale himself.

It's all happening on FMTV, the home of health and wellness films. The best part is this event is open to everyone and is 100% FREE. So don’t forget to invite your friends and family along for the fun!

P.S. There’s also the chance to receive over $100 in bonuses and win over $10,000 of health & wellness prizes!

Click here for your FREE access on FMTV
Super Juice Me! tests Jason’s long held hypothesis of “One Disease – One Solution”

Jason Vale, the Juice Master, believes that no other subject has
been more over-complicated than diet, nutrition and disease and that it’s time for people to take back their health.

“My mission is to prove that the vast majority of pharmaceutical drugs are unnecessary and that fundamentally there is only one ‘true’ disease and therefore only one obvious solution.” Jason Vale

At his Juicy Oasis retreat in Portugal, Jason will test his theory that chronic disease is caused by toxicity and nutritional deficiency, and that the best way to treat disease is simply with high quality nutrition.

So get inviting your friends and family, put on the film 'Super Juice Me!' this weekend and you could help to inspire the people that need it most. All 'juice skeptics' are welcome of course! 'Super Juice Me!' will be available from 1.00pm Saturday 25th October - 12.00am Monday 26th October

*Times are GMT

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“Super Juice Me! is a ‘MUST SEE’. So inspiring, a real eye opener”
Alesha Dixon 

“It was wonderful. I clapped, I cheered, I shed a few tears.”
Beverley Knight 

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