Spring 2017 Features
Heart Surgery: An Unnecessary Risk? by John McDougall, MD.
Nurturing Healthy Eating Habits For Children, by Robin D. Everson
Naked Spring Guide To Growing Your Own Food
Naked Food Book Club Reviews by Denise DeSerio
The Plastic Genocide Against The Planet, by Margarita Restrepo
9 Simple Tips To Ditch Plastic
Naked Rock Star
With Neal Barnard, MD.
From Plants To Politics, by Nelson Campbell
The Right To V, By Matthew Sikora
Preventing Crohn’s Disease With Food, by Michael Greger, MD.
St. Louis Veg Girl, Caryn Dugan
The Mindfulness Of Food by Susan Lebel Young
Featured Naked Recipes
All recipes developed by Naked Food Chefs, except as noted.
Oven Roasted Artichokes
Ensalada De Papa Nuda
Kale Pineapple Fiber Booster
Greek & Naked Quinoa Bowl
Famous Naked Pink Burgers
Plant-Powered Protein Bowl
Berry Mint Breakfast Bowl
Strawberry Rhubarb Streusel Muffins by Kim Campbell
Naked Mango Berry Chia Pudding
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