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Solari Update: 2012 Hero of the Year

Solari Update: 2012 Hero of the Year

"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
-- Jane Goodall

On every Solari Report, we name a Hero. When we publish our annual wrap up each January, we name our "Hero of the Year." As you can imagine, that is a very important choice for our team. We think honoring and supporting great leaders is very important to our mission of "building wealth in changing times."

For 2012, we named two "Heroes of the Year:" Joe Cross and Phil Staples.

With a "just do it" response to government controlled agriculture and health care programs, Joe and Phil remind us that we need good health first and foremost, and prove we have the power to become vibrantly and beautifully healthy.

On behalf of the entire team at the Solari Report, we give a very special thank you to Joe and Phil for changing and inspiring our lives this year and for many years to come.

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2012 Annual Wrap Up

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One of the most inspiring documentaries yet on the topic of food and health - "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead." Australian Joe Cross travels across America healing himself of an autoimmune disease with a juice fast. He meets a trucker, Phil Staples, who has the same disease and proceeds to help Phil do the same. Phil, in turn, inspires numerous members of his community to try juice fasting. Joe is a successful investor by trade who makes a documentary about his journey, demonstrating the power of investing in ourselves and each other. His website continues to help people worldwide who are interested in getting healthier.

Joe Cross

Joe Cross is the Australian entrepreneur who made the documentary "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead". He has shown us that one entrepreneur with a video camera can walk into the middle of a giant national healthcare debate and solve 80 percent of the problem with two case studies that demonstrate extremely low cost solutions that are very feasible for most of us to do. It's a reminder of the power of what one person can do if he just goes at a problem in a creative way and starts intimate - with his own life and the lives of those around him.

The DVD is available here.

Want to "reboot" your health in 2013? Check out Joe Cross' website.

Phil Staples

Phil Staples is an Iowa trucker who joined Joe Cross in his juice fast. The results of which are astounding and inspiring. Phil Staples has shown us that we can take charge of our own health problems. We can solve our problems in America if we will face facts, take responsibility and "come clean".

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