Spring 2019 | Naked Food Magazine


Naked Food Magazine | Spring 2019 Features

Naked Healing
Breaking Free of the Dietary Pleasure Trap, by Doug Lisle, PhD

Naked News
Did You Know?

Naked Wisdom
For the Love of Grains, by John McDougall, MD

Naked Garden
Germinating Seeds Like a Pro, by Margarita Restrepo

Naked Life
Detoxifying Heavy Metals, by Ocean Robbins

Naked Planet
Diet and Climate Change, by Michael Greger, MD

Naked Truth
Monsanto: One Century of Poisoning the World, by Michele Lastella

Naked Wisdom
One Measure To Rule Them All, by David Katz, MD., PhD.

Naked Food Book Club Reviews
by Denise DeSerio

Naked Truth
Sugary Drinks and Dementia, by Marion Nestle, PhD

Featured Naked Recipes

All recipes developed by the Naked Food Chefs.

Spring Chickpea Bowl
The Master’s BBQ Tacos
Naked SuperBerry Bowl
Farro Chocolate Pudding
Fabulous Mediterranean Pkhali
Quick Banana Cheesecake
Quinoa Sushi Primavera
Cream of Parsnip and Bean
Baby Owl’s Morning Bowl
Springtime Double Deckers
Heavy Metal Detoxifier

Editor’s Note:

Striving for Truth

Despite great progress on many aspects of health and education, I believe our community continues to struggle in its effort to convey evidence-based information. There is a great amount of disparity that leads to more questions and doubts and ends in more confusion for the public.

Mass media always plays a part in disseminating information, though unfortunately often not impartial, depending on who owns the network or the news agency and their particular interests. The problem is that misleading “news” diminishes the work of many well-intentioned folks, including the work of scientists who work hard to provide the truth to our global community.

This is why we must create alliances, collaborate, and work together and strive to sprout win-win conditions for everyone who wants to participate to strive for truth. It is in our best interest to strengthen the message of sustainability through a plant-based lifestyle and be cohesive and all-encompassing, instead of partial, voices of consciousness.

This is what we are doing at WFPB.ORG. Reach out and work with us. For now, wishing you a positive, blessed, and fruitful spring!

Margarita Restrepo
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Naked Food Magazine


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