Jillian Epperly’s New Book Leaked Online and It’s Terrible

Jillian Epperly’s New Book Leaked Online and It’s Terrible September 7, 2018
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There aren’t many times in my career that I can say I might be breaking a news story. However, I have some breaking news and tasty treats for my fellow readers. My inside Jilly Juice sources have let me know her entire book has been leaked online. Her book “The Jilly Juice Protocol: Exposing the Lies Candida Weaponized Fungus Mainstreamed Mutancy” is available for free. The book is terrible.

An alt account on Facebook contacted me today with a link to a website. The website offers a full downloadable copy of the book. The book which is more like a pamphlet at 70 pages, can be viewed on this site for free.

I attempted to read part of the book. However, I have to be honest, Jillian’s writing is terrible. The title alone is one long run-on sentence. She has poor grammar and sentence structure. Most of the paragraphs are rambling and hard to follow. This books will win no awards for the content or the writing.

Jillian includes an entire list of what is needed for the protocol:

Did you see that people? She’s preparing people to have bloody and raw buttholes. Does this protocol sound like it’s going to cure cancer by ripping open an anus? I think not.

Next, I was provided some screenshots regarding the healing symptoms Jillian describes as a part of the protocol.

Perhaps the most concerning on the list: Heart palpitations, heart racing, migraines, and liver pain. Severe dehydration from the amount of salt can increase the heart rate – and cause cardiac arrest. These are not healing symptoms. No, they are signs that you might have a heart attack.

Many of her “healing” symptoms are signs of dehydration. The Mayo Clinic says common signs of dehydration vary by age:

Infant or young child

  • Dry mouth and tongue
  • No tears when crying
  • No wet diapers for three hours
  • Sunken eyes, cheeks
  • Sunken soft spot on top of the skull
  • Listlessness or irritability

Adult

  • Extreme thirst
  • Less frequent urination
  • Dark-colored urine
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Confusion

In another alarming page, she assures people that pooping and vomiting blood is ok.

Vomiting blood can be a sign of gastric ulcers or tears in the esophagus. There is nothing remotely ok about vomiting blood. Instead of suggesting you see a doctor, she recommends you power through the protocol.

Her book is essentially outlining that individuals that follow the protocol will become severely dehydrated. Apparently, severe dehydration causes healing. She believes it will cure cancer, regrow limbs, and make the gay go away.

If you would like to find more of these outrageous claims, you can read the fully downloaded book here. I am not sure how many of you will get past the first few pages because the book is poorly written.

I must disclose I had no part in the leak or dissemination of the content. You might want to check now as it is likely this page may be taken down. For now, it will save any inquiring minds $19 of their hard earned money to read the terrible medical advice she spews in her book.

Also, do not try this protocol at home. The amount of salt in the juice is up to 5 times more than the daily suggested amount for adults.

The medical advice she provides should not replace medical advice given by a doctor. Jillian has no medical background or degree in science. She is merely a woman that learned about science through google and listening to InfoWars.

For now, get your taste of the book before the site is taken down.

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  • Raging Bee

    From the Prologue:

    Before you read this book, I want you to have an open mind and leave everything that you’ve learned so far behind you for now. Put that info that you think is real in a box somewhere because most of it is false and you will soon realize this: “Every symptom you have can be reversed…because we are using a different context other than the Matrix. It’s time to step out of the Matrix”

    Can the Wachowskis sue her for this?

  • vaiyt

    “Assume everything other people told you is false and swallow uncritically what I have to say”

  • vaiyt

    She could have titled this thing “How to apply for a Darwin Award”.

  • Jim Jones

    This makes vagina eggs and coffee enemas look sane – ish.

    Never mind – it’ll be on the interwebz real soon. With warnings.

  • “I must disclose I had no part in the leak or dissemination of the content.”

    Do you understand what dissemination is? You literally posted the link to the book 2 sentences back, which is you taking part in the dissemination of the content. I agree with your assessment of this woman’s claims, but before you write an article about the falsehoods and lies spread by an armchair scientist, make sure you’re not spreading any yourself. Especially when I don’t even have to leave your article to verify that you’re lying.

  • I know!

  • she literally wants people to believe that everything they know is a lie.

  • Reporting the content and link is not being responsible for the link. I had no part of that aspect. Nor did I have a part of the link becoming available publically – when I located it. Prior to writing this – the link was all over social media. Everywhere to be honest.

  • MystiqueLady

    This is what comes of not teaching critical thinking skills. 🙁

  • YEP!