New Series 'Highway To Health' Will Explore Plant-Based Diets And Health
Highway to Health will feature special guests including Kevin Smith (center). Tanya O’Callaghan (left) and Derrick Green (right) co-host - Media Credit:

New Series ‘Highway To Health’ Will Explore Plant-Based Diets And Health


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A new T.V program showcasing the benefits of a plant-based diet is set to launch in 2020.

Highway to Health, co-hosted by Sepultura vocalist Derrick Green and top freelance bassist Tanya O’Callaghan, will explore numerous topics from food to social and environmental justice.

The presenters travel around the world, sharing meals with guests, including Moby, Kevin Smith, Kat Von D, and the crew of Sea Shepherd among others.

‘What we can do to make a difference’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Green and O’Callaghan said: “Sharing meals together has always been a catalyst for positive conversations, storytelling, teaching, and learning. Join us as we explore worldwide, from L.A to São Paulo, Ireland to Mexico and beyond.

“We are joined by incredible guests from film, tv, and music industry icons, as well as athletes, doctors, innovators, intellects, and hometown heroes to talk about food, health, inclusivity, ecological and economic impact, and what we can all do to make a difference.”

Highway to Health is set to launch in late 2020. Keep up to date with the show on Instagram

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Maria Chiorando

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