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Julieanna Hever debuts new TV show on Veria Living NetworkJulieanna Hever debuts new TV show on Veria Living Network

Plant-Based Dietitian Julieanna Hever Snags Own Vegan TV Show

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Are you in the mood for a talk show with a plant-based host? Then, you’re in luck!

Julieanna Hever is known as “The Plant-Based Dietitian” and firmly believes in the health benefits of a whole-food, plant-based diet. Now, Veria Living is debuting her very own TV show titled “What Would Julieanna Do?” showcasing her healthful ways.

Throughout the show, and 39 episodes, she will focus on plant-based cooking, raising children, happy marriages, men and women’s health, getting into shape, fashion and beauty, stress management and many other topics.

If you tune in, you’ll be able to see special guests like vegan and professional hockey player Mike Zigomanis, eco-expert Danny Seo and “Eat to Live” author Dr. Joel Fuhrman.

Hever has been around the vegan community for awhile, and even has two books: “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition” and “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking.” She also writes for VegNews Magazine.

Be sure to tune into Hever’s show when it premieres on Monday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. EST on Veria Living Network. For more information on Hever, visit her website.

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