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'Morning Express' news Anchor Robin Meade is now vegetarian'Morning Express' news Anchor Robin Meade is now vegetarian

WATCH: 'Morning Express' News Host Robin Meade Now Vegetarian

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Robin Meade of HLN’s “Morning Express with Robin Meade” isn’t just known for her news anchoring, country singing or for waking up America with her bubbly saying “Morning Sunshine!” She is now making headlines herself for embracing a vegetarian lifestyle.

It seems Meade has been veg for at least a year, and in a 2012 interview with Dr. Oz the two discussed why she cut out meat and how not to gain weight on the green diet.

She told Dr. Oz that she “grew an adversity to eating meat,” but found she actually gained weight when practicing the lifestyle because she was replacing meat with carbs like pastas.

Dr. Oz told Meade vegetarians are generally thinner and live longer, but it’s important not to overload on carbs and says it’s important to make sure you’re getting enough protein. Dr. Oz also revealed he eats at least five vegetarian meals every week.

Meade fans have probably noticed the news anchor has slimmed down quite a bit, and she looks great! In addition to I’m sure exercise, the vegetarian diet is doing her wonders.

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