Naked Food Magazine Fall 2016


Fall 2016 Features

Naked Column
The Influence of a Plant-based Lifestyle, by Anne Crile Esselstyn

Naked Rock Star With Cody Linley

Naked Life
Plant-based eating: How To Involve Your Family, by Nele Liivlaid, CPBN

Naked Healing
7 Reasons To Ditch Dairy Now, by PCRM

Naked Wisdom
Eating More Calories, Losing More Weight, by T. Colin Campbell, PhD

Naked Planet
6 Quick Tips For Plant-based Travel, by Margarita Restrepo, CPBN

Naked Lifestyle
Naked Food’s Holiday Gift Guide

Naked Truth
The Myth Of Better Fats, by Pamela Popper, PhD

Naked Food
How To Kick Your Meat Addition, by Kathy Freston

Naked Health
No Flu Shots, by John McDougall, MD

Featured Naked Recipes

All recipes developed by Naked Food Chefs, except as noted.

Stuffed Holiday Pumpkin
Holiday Hasselback Potatoes
Santa’s Fabulous Chocolate Chip Cookies
Ming’s Roasted Cauliflower
Quick and Easy Naked Pear Pie
Raw & Naked Cacao Scones
Beet & Bean Mini Holiday Trees
Holiday Stuffing a la Naked
Tantric Lemon Bliss Tarts
Holiday Squash and Berry Salad
Coconut Panna Cotta With Berries


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