Thirteen years prior, Khalil Rafati was destitute, dependent on heroin and living in Los Angeles’ famous Skid Row. He was withered, secured in ulcers, and 106 pounds.
#1 Khalil Rafiti, 46, was a homeless convicted felon who lived on Skid Row
By 2003 Rafati had served a stint in Los Angeles County Jail and reached ‘the bottoms of all bottoms’, he said. ‘There was no more digging left to do, all of my shovels were broken,’ he said. ‘I was done.’
Rafati became dedicated to his health and sobriety, but the real moment his life changed was when a friend introduced him to ‘juicing and superfoods’. ‘The results were remarkable and instantaneous,’ he told.
#2 It is an incredible transformation from who Rafati was 13 years ago
Rafati is the proprietor of SunLife Organics, a juice ban chain that has spread from its origination in sunny Malibu to six unique areas in Los Angeles. The juice bar, whose regulars incorporate David Duchovny and Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis, has gotten to be celebrated for the long lines of individuals holding up to buy drinks with names like ‘The Elixir of Life’ and ‘The Happy’.