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But one day he decided to turn his life around and set himself the challenge of consuming only juice for 60 days straight - and the results were astounding.
Joe decided to travel across America with a film crew making the documentary, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead while on a juice-diet.
Austrailian entrepeneur, author and filmmaker Joe Cross weighed in at 22 stone just a few years ago but lost a massive six stone in 60 days thanks to a diet which meant he could only eat fruit and veg smoothies - known as the juicing diet.
The 48-year-old was classed as clinically obese and suffered from a range of health problems including high blood pressure, cholesterol and a rare skin condition known as chronic urticara angiodema (severe hives).
Since then, Joe has changed his life and relocated from Sydney to New York, quit the world of finance and has founded a media company which provides content to inspire people to lead happier and healthier lives.Joe ventures off on a bigger journey around the world in the sequel to his 2011 documentary, meeting experts, connecting with new people and following up with the old.Joseph Cross is an actor who played two different characters in the Law & Order franchise.He played the role of Adam Nesbitt in the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode "Home" and Will Shea in the Law & Order episode "Obsession".Among his acting credits are films such as Desperate Measures (1998, with Marcia Gay Harden), Wide Awake (1998, with Dana Delany), Running with Scissors (2006, with Alec Baldwin), and Untraceable (2008, with Billy Burke and Mary Beth Hurt).
Cross has guest starred in television series such as Touched by an Angel (1998), Third Watch (2003, with Amy Carlson, Michael Beach, Skipp Sudduth, Molly Price, Anthony Ruivivar, Kim Raver, Bobby Cannavale and Cara Buono), and Smallville (2004, with Annette O'Toole and John Glover).