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Top plant-based doctor - and author of New York Times' bestseller How Not To Die - Dr Greger will premiere a PBS TV special today (August 8).
The show - which will also be called How Not To Die - will premiere 8 pm ET.
In addition, it will be live streamed on NutritionFacts.org.
According to the promo, which you can watch here, Dr. Greger will be sharing 'the best kept secret in all of medicine' with viewers.
The promo says: "He will take you through the top 10 causes of premature death, show you which foods can address helping in many of your health problems, and why certain foods have been proven to promote your wellbeing."
Fans of the doctor reacted to the announcement with excitement.
Twitter user Victoria Crossan said: "Aaaahh this is so exciting! I LOVED the book, can't wait to watch this."
Mario Arroyo added: "My family and I are starting to change our eating habits inspired in How Not To Die, thank you!"
PBN recently interviewed Dr. Greger. You can watch the footage here.
Maria is a former magazine editor and newspaper reporter. She has specialized in writing content for the plant-based sector for several years, as well as reporting on agriculture, politics and regional news. You can follow her on Twitter @MariaChiorando and Instagram @mariachiorando.
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