Here is a demo reel of my media highlights including episodes from The Dr. Oz Show, Reluctantly Healthy, and E! News. For booking information, please contact Diane Perez at Principato Young Entertainment: (310) 274-4474 or dperez[at]principatoyoung.com
I have had a very busy and exciting month and wanted to share some of the details…
This past Friday, October 28th, I was featured as the expert on The Dr. Oz Show. J. Morris Hicks wrote a fabulous blog delineating the details of the show on his site. To read it, click here: Healthy Eating Healthy World. After Dr. Oz showed the massive beneficial results of putting 3 women on a whole food, plant-based diet for about 6 days, he had me explain how this is plausible in the real world. I explained how to appropriately and easily find protein, calcium, healthy fats, and carbs in the plant kingdom, all while improving your health. In the second segment, I demonstrate how to make 3 recipes from my book: It’s Easy Being Green Smoothie, Mexican Noritos, and Beans and Greens Chili. Overall it was an incredible experience…going to New York City, taping at 30 Rock, and meeting Dr. Oz and his incredible team. If you liked the show, please write in to tell them here because I would love to go back.
One of the most rewarding parts of having this experience is that it helped my book and DVD rankings go all the way into the top 100 books and documentaries! The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition ended up as #48 in all books, #2 in Nutrition, #2 in Nursing, #3 in Diets, and #4 in Medicine on Amazon. (Ok, yes, I have become obsessed with these numbers!)
I also had my debut on an amazing website called One Green Planet. Click here for my article which is entitled Reducing Reductionism: A Big Picture View of Nutrition.
I thank you all for your support in my journey to help tell the masses about the benefits of a whole food, plant-based diet!
Watch my appearance on the Dr. Oz Show.
Part 1 sets up the story.
It’s Dr. Oz’s most extreme experiment ever! Dr. Oz locked 3 women in a zoo to see if they could lower their blood pressure, cholesterol and weight on a diet with no meat, dairy, sugar or caffeine. Is this the diet that you’ve been waiting for?
Part 2 explains the results for the women.
Part 3 describes the details of the diet.
Part 4 features the cooking demos.
Nutritionist Julieanna Hever makes Dr. Oz’s version of the Prehistoric Diet easy to implement with these tasty recipes. Get the meal plan that could send you on your way to lowering your blood pressure, cholesterol and weight.