In celebration of Black History Month and Vegan Cuisine Month, US author and media personality Maisha Wynn is launching a first-of-a kind TV show.
‘What’s on the Menu Chef’ will be centered around vegan food, the power of love, and forming human connections.
The aim is to offer aspirational and practical guidance for people who are looking to live a more abundant and well-balanced lifestyle.
A former national advertising director, Wynn – who credits veganism with saving her life after she learned she had a brain aneurysm – says the time is right for this kind of show, as more people are interested in learning about healthy, compassionate living.
“COVID-19 has impacted all of us on many levels, but if there is one bright side, it’s that we’ve had the opportunity to shift our mindsets to focus on our overall health and well-being,” says Wynn. “With our new show we hope to deliver a platform based on empathy and compassion as the world needs these values now, more than ever before.”
The trailer for ‘What’s on the Menu Chef’ was released on Wynn’s Instagram account last week and shows the lifestyle consultant visiting a number of plant-based eateries to showcase a variety of delicious vegan food.
Wynn, author of The Wynning Way and founder of LiveToWynn consulting firm, has shared her struggle with obesity and transformation from a size 20 to a size 4 through plant-based eating, on mainstream US media including the Rachael Ray Show.
“I know how difficult – and rewarding – it can be to transform your life,” says Wynn. “I couldn’t think of a better time to bring awareness to veganism with our new show, as we shed light on how to fuel and heal the body through a plant-based lifestyle. If you want to stand out in life, don’t be different, be the ‘wynn’er’ you were destined to be.”