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About Naked Food Magazine

Naked Food Magazine is a science-based, mission-driven publication created to empower and educate readers to end chronic disease through whole food, plant-based nutrition. It proposes the needed switch from the Standard American Diet (SAD) to the New Authentic Kind & Enlightened Diet (NAKED). It is a quarterly print magazine that bridges the gap between captivating, world-class gourmet food magazines and truly healthy living.
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The Ultimate Plant-based Christmas Menu
1 day ago

The Ultimate Plant-based Christmas Menu

All recipes are free of Animals, Oil, Salt, Sugar, GMOs, Gluten, Toxins, Chemicals, Additives, and Colorants.

Beet and Bean Mini Holiday Trees

Nothing quite …
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At A Doctor’s Office Near You.
6 months ago

At A Doctor’s Office Near You.

It’s a no-brainer. Every Doctor and every Doctors’ waiting room should have a copy of Naked Food magazine.

 

Starting with the Summer 2017 issue, Naked Food will be giving …
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Bike-Riding Harvesters
8 months ago

Bike-Riding Harvesters

Here’s the scoop: several years ago, Chris Castro, a 27-year old from Orlando, Florida, evaluated his hometown and realized that most of the suburban yards around him were overusing water. …
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Must-Watch Film: What the Health
9 months ago

Must-Watch Film: What the Health

With heart disease and cancer the leading causes of death in America, and diabetes at an all-time high, the film reveals possibly the largest health cover-up of our time. With …
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Nursery Fields Forever: Farming Preschool Would Teach Kids How to Grow Their Own Food
10 months ago

Nursery Fields Forever: Farming Preschool Would Teach Kids How to Grow Their Own Food

 

A few clever Italians have come up with an amazing proposal, and their design of an innovative nursery school just won them the AWR International Ideas Competition award. Their project, …
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Turin To Become Italy’s First “Vegan City”
11 months ago

Turin To Become Italy’s First “Vegan City”

Turin’s new Five Star Movement mayor, Chiara Appendino, presented her new council’s five-year political programme last year, which included plans to reduce the amount of animal products eaten in the …
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Eating Plant-based During the Winter
11 months ago

Eating Plant-based During the Winter

1. First Thing First.

The key is to stick to seasonal produce as much as possible.  We are going to want potatoes, yams, pumpkins, and tangerines among others.  Sticking to …
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Ugly Fruits and Veggies are in!
12 months ago

Ugly Fruits and Veggies are in!

Entrepreneurs outside the grocery industry want to convince shoppers that there’s nothing wrong with cosmetically imperfect produce.

The diameter of each Brussels sprout shall not be less than one inch. …
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8 Veggies To Grow Indoors This Winter
1 year ago

8 Veggies To Grow Indoors This Winter

You can still grow your fresh, organic, and hand-picked vegetables on a shelf in your kitchen, in a garden shed, or even in your basement if you have the right …
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Ming’s Roasted Cauliflower
1 year ago

Ming’s Roasted Cauliflower

Print Yum Ming’s Roasted Cauliflower

Yield: Serves 4

Ingredients

1 large cauliflower 2 teaspoons finely grated fresh ginger 1 tablespoon tahini 1 tablespoon …
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Holiday Gift Guide 2016
1 year ago

Holiday Gift Guide 2016

The main pitfall to avoid is anything made with a toxic or animal-derived ingredient, including candles that are made with beeswax or emit toxic fumes), or beauty products made with …
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To Cut Waste, Hamburg Bans Coffee Pods and Plastic
1 year ago

To Cut Waste, Hamburg Bans Coffee Pods and Plastic

A 150-page report released by the city of Hamburg, Germany called the Guide to Green Procurement stated, “Coffee pods cause unnecessary resource consumption and waste generation. Besides plastic, they often …
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How to Eat Right to Reduce Stress
1 year ago

How to Eat Right to Reduce Stress

Not only that, but stress can drive up our blood pressure and raise serum cholesterol levels, wreaking havoc on our arteries and increasing our risk of heart attack.

The best …
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Reality Check: What a World Without Bees Looks Like
1 year ago

Reality Check: What a World Without Bees Looks Like

Bees play a critical role in our food system, pollinating a majority of the foods we eat every day, unfortunately, the pesticides used on many of these crops are killing …
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Naked Food Interview with Kristen Bell
1 year ago

Naked Food Interview with Kristen Bell

Kristen (a vegetarian since age 11) and her husband Dax (ex-carnivore), turned into plant-based eaters after watching the documentary, Forks Over Knives. “It’s more about the health benefits than the …
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Brain Cancer, a Diet Shift, and the Birth of Naked Food
1 year ago

Brain Cancer, a Diet Shift, and the Birth of Naked Food

One day, he woke up with a light headache that wouldn’t go away. We thought it was stress, life, and the need for a vacation! After a couple of weeks, …
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A GMO label that doesn’t say “GMO”?
1 year ago

A GMO label that doesn’t say “GMO”?

Republicans and Democrats on the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee have struck a deal that would create the first nationwide standard for foods containing genetically modified organisms.

Under the agreement, consumers …
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California Will Label ‘Roundup’ as “Cancer Causing”
2 years ago

California Will Label ‘Roundup’ as “Cancer Causing”

Under the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, usually referred to as Proposition 65, chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm are required to be …
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Conventional Strawberries Rank #1 With Most Pesticides
2 years ago

Conventional Strawberries Rank #1 With Most Pesticides

Nearly all strawberry samples—98 percent—tested by federal officials had detectable pesticide residues. Forty percent had residues of 10 or more pesticides and some had residues of 17 different pesticides. Some …
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Plant-based diet: 8 Million Lives, $1 Trillion in health care, 70% reduced emissions
2 years ago

Plant-based diet: 8 Million Lives, $1 Trillion in health care, 70% reduced emissions

A landmark study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has found that a plant-based diet would prevent more than eight million deaths, reduce carbon emissions by 70 percent, and help save up …
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12 Best Sources of Plant-Based Protein
2 years ago

12 Best Sources of Plant-Based Protein

People have been led to believe that protein is such an essential nutrient that one must actively pursue foods that contain high amounts of it, even when those foods, such …
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Keep-Cool Antioxidant Drink Cubes
2 years ago

Keep-Cool Antioxidant Drink Cubes

Ingredients

Fruit Ice Don’t sweat the rising temperatures. Just drop one of these ice cubes infused with fruits, veggies, …
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Plant-Based Diets Best for Breast Cancer Survival
2 years ago

Plant-Based Diets Best for Breast Cancer Survival

A plant-based diet may prove best following the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, according to a review published in The Permanente Journal. Researchers investigated long-term lifestyle choices and their …
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Reversing Colon Cancer With Food
2 years ago

Reversing Colon Cancer With Food

In 1970, British physician Dennis Burkitt observed that a high-fiber diet reduces diseases of the digestive tract. He observed that in countries where diets are high in fiber (that is, …
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Awesome Foods That Regrow Themselves From Scraps
2 years ago

Awesome Foods That Regrow Themselves From Scraps

Eating well can be expensive. Buying produce that is either organically grown, local, biodynamic, or non-gmo, is unfortunately, not easy to find or inexpensive. Nonetheless, ingesting pesticide residue is not …
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The 13 Most Misleading Food Label Claims
2 years ago

The 13 Most Misleading Food Label Claims

The goal of food industry giants is to create and maintain the consumer completely confused.  Words such as natural, non-gmo, trans-fat free, or kosher don’t mean what we believe.

1. “Non-GMO” does …
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Living Naked With Kristin Bauer
4 years ago

Living Naked With Kristin Bauer

How does this gorgeous True Blood superstar vampire live the naked lifestyle?  Here is her advice on how to stay fit, healthy, and beautiful.

1. I work very hard on …
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Naked Spotlight: Sea vegetables
4 years ago

Naked Spotlight: Sea vegetables

Sea vegetables contain 90 percent calcium and magnesium. These super veggies also boast organically-bound vegetable iodine which is necessary for proper thyroid and brain function, sleep, a healthy weight and …
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Naked Food Spotlight: Leafy Greens
4 years ago

Naked Food Spotlight: Leafy Greens

Dark leafy green vegetables have an extraordinary amount of antioxidants and health promoting nutrients with very few calories. Eating dark green leafy vegetables on a regular basis can provide anti-aging …
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Naked Food Spotlight: Asparagus
4 years ago

Naked Food Spotlight: Asparagus

Asparagus is a very good source of fiber, folate, vitamins A, C, E and K, as well as chromium, a trace mineral that enhances the ability of insulin to transport …
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Naked Interview: John Robbins
4 years ago

Naked Interview: John Robbins

Considered one of the most powerful influencers in the world today, John Robbins is also an exemplary model of sustainability and environmental responsibility.  The only son of the founder of …
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Naked Food Spotlight: Berries
4 years ago

Naked Food Spotlight: Berries

Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, goji, acai, currants, and golden berries have one of the highest antioxidant capacities among all fruits, vegetables, spices, and seasonings.  Berries have been associated with the …
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Protecting your pal from the big C
5 years ago

Protecting your pal from the big C

Cancer can affect both young and old dogs. Cancer is now the No.1 cause of death in canines. Although most cancers, once found, are difficult to stop, cancer is an …
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Phytochemicals And Reversing Disease
6 years ago

Phytochemicals And Reversing Disease

Phytochemicals are natural compounds found in fruits and vegetables. They are substances that don’t fall within any other categories – they are not vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates, fats or minerals.  Their …
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