Naked Food Magazine Summer 2014


Summer 2014 Features

Naked Wisdom
Human Genes & Diet By John McDougall, MD

Naked Healing
Can We Fight The Blues With Greens? By Michael Greger, MD

Naked Diet
How To Really Read A Food Label By Howard Jacobson, PhD

Naked Truth
True Health Care Is A Proper Education By T. Colin Campbell, PhD

Naked Life
7 Reasons To Eat More Plants By Margarita Restrepo

Naked Planet
Organic vs. Conventional Agriculture

Naked Fitness
Building Muscle On A Plant-Based Diet By Derek Tresize

Naked Q&A
With Pamela Popper, PhD

Naked Interview
With Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. MD

Naked Food
Are Organic Meats Healthy? By PCRM

Featured Naked Food Recipes

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

Naked Coconut Ice Cream
Antioxidant Vitamin Water
Naked Summer Breakfast
Ultimate Raw Vegan Pizza by Emily Von Euw
Green C-Booster
Watermelon Ginger Soup by Mary McDougall
Naughty Summer Sangria
Mashed Cauliflower
Quinoa + Banana Truffles
Vegetarian Pho With Vegetables by Ani Phyo from The China Study All Star Collection


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