Naked Food is an independent global health initiative that proposes the switch from the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.) to the New Authentic Kind and Enlightened Diet (N.A.K.E.D.).  Naked Food is not about naked people; it’s about real food! Pure, whole, unadulterated food devoid of additives and other artificial substances; as naked as the day it was picked from the plant or pulled from the ground.

Naked Food Magazine was created by our editor-in-chief after losing her boyfriend to brain cancer, therefore, the Naked lifestyle approach focuses on evidence-based nutrition content and features recipes, tips, and expert advice geared toward the prevention and reversal of chronic diseases, and the achievement of optimal health and weight using food as medicine. The magazine is a positive and insightful publication written by leading plant-based nutrition experts and physicians who have brought this lifestyle into light. Featured contributors include Dr. Neal Barnard, John McDougall, Dr. Michael Greger, Dr. David Katz, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr. Dean Ornish, and many others.

Naked Food was recently awarded the Printing Industries of America’s 2016 Graphic Excellent Award by the for using environmentally sound materials such as recycled paper and soy-based inks. In addition, the Printing & Imaging Association (PIA) just awarded Naked Food its Graphex award for Best Use of Ink.

The magazine is available in the U.S. and Canada at Barnes and Noble, and food markets such as Whole Foods, Sprouts, Natural Grocers, Earth Fare, Andronico’s Pharmaca, Fresh Thyme, and many others.

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  1. barb

    Found a copy!

  2. Angela Skipworth

    Can I not just order it to be delivered to my address 4 times a year like normal magazine subscriptions?

  3. Lyn

    I am a digital subscriber but would like a hard copy. Do you post to Australia?

    • Hi Lyn, absolutely. Send us a quick email to help [at] nakedfoodmagazine.com and we will make the switch right away. :)

  4. Gareth

    Has anyone got any thoughts on Dr Joseph Mercola’s High fat, adequate protein, low carb diet. It seems to be at polar opposites to the plant based, starch/carb diet as advocated by your magazine. In theory,of course, the Mercola diet could be done using plants alone eg avocados, coconuts, olives +vegetables & salads, or are all ketogenic diets just as bad as each other?

  5. I have friends who have relatives who went on the keto diet and they all had heart attacks and some huge kidney stones. Not a good diet.

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