In honor of Heart Health Month, Dr. Janet will be presenting "The Delicious Side of Heart Healthy" at Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company.
Dr. Janet Brill will be appearing for the Satellite interviews on Wednesday, February 26, 2014. She will discuss about the benefits of a plant based diet and how to obtain proper levels of protein from a plant-based diet. She will shed light on the facts and break myths regarding the plant-based diet which has become a huge trend these days.
In honor of Heart Health Month, Dr. Janet will be presenting "The Delicious Side of Heart Healthy" at Janney Montgomery Scott LLC (Janney) is a full-service financial services firm.
Dr. Janet will appear on Fox 29 News Philadelphia on Wednesday morning February 19, 2014. She will discuss the health ramifications of the fact that Americans are eating more butter than ever.
Dr. Janet will be appearing on the nationally televised CBS morning news and talk show called “Live From the Couch” with radio broadcaster Carolina Bermudez and TV anchors John Elliott and Lisa Kerney as co-hosts.
Dr. Janet talks on raising picky eaters on The Better Show. Also on the show will be actor Chris Noth ("The Good Wife"). Singer Will Hoge will performs. Actress Haylie Duff ("Hats Off to Christmas!") will cook a date night meal. Beauty and style expert Gretta Monahan defines your style personality.
Dr. Janet at the annual Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics conference, October 21, 2013, Houston Texas.
Dr. Janet will be selling and signing her books at the annual Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic's Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE™), to be held at George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
Check out the first broadcast of Wellness Woman Week; a celebration of women and their journey to total wellness for their mind body and spirit. Dr. Janet Brill will be the guest on Wellness Woman Week on BlogTalkRadio.
Cardiology Show on Sirius XM’s “Doctor Radio” channel, which is hosted by NYU interventional cardiologist Dr. Fred Feit.
Dr. Feit will interview Dr. Janet on how people can lower their blood pressure with diet rather than medication.