Naked Food Magazine | Summer 2018 Features

Naked Healing
How To Avoid Getting Sick, By Michael Klaper, MD.

Naked Life
Preventing Skin Cancer From The Inside Out, By Michael Greger, MD

Naked Wisdom
Plants: The Original Protein By John McDougall, MD.

Naked Food
Should You Eat Pasta? By David Katz, MD., PhD.

Naked Lifestyle
Healthy Gut: Prebiotics & Probiotics By Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine

Naked Truth
The Blood Type Diet By Pamela Popper, PhD., ND.

Naked Wisdom
Universal Guidelines For Humans And Planet, By Margarita Restrepo

Naked Health
Q&A With Dr. Doug Lisle

Naked Humor
Jack & Jeannie By Patrick Carlson and Russ L’Hommedieu, DPT.

Featured Naked Recipes

All recipes developed by the Naked Food Chefs.

Summer Beet Falafel With White Garlic Cream
Cajun Stir Fry Bowl With Cilantro-Lime Quinoa
Naked Spinach Roulade With Cassava Cream
Quick & Yummy Choco-Millet With Berries, Almonds, & Mint
Creamy Mushroom Heroes With Chickpeas, Apple, & Pine Nuts
Naked Sauerkraut
Kale & Brussels Sprout Salad With Shallots And Almonds
Sweet Cauliflower Crepes With Spinach & Basil
Naked Buckwheat Biscuits With Onions, Carrots, & Parsley
Flourless 3-Ingredient Pancakes With Plantain and Oats

Editor’s Note:


This issue marks the beginning of a game-changing initiative. In 2013, I had envisioned a dream-type organization that could bring us all together; one that could also support us and help regulate the standards and guidelines that we can’t expect from a governmental agency. An organization created by us and for us. One that could spread the wholistic message of health strongly and effectively, and one

that could give us benefits on the things we love and not the ones we are trying to avoid. Lastly, one that could help change our food system… Was it too much to ask? Ha! Not at all.

So, I envisioned WFPB.ORG at the same time that Naked Food got its start. I knew it would be quite an undertaking to spear something of the sort on a global scale, while publishing a magazine, but at the same time, I knew it was completely worth it. It also confirmed I am a bit crazy.

I went ahead and worked quietly for the last few years trying to figure out the major issues I wanted to tackle. Like everything worth doing, it takes patience, lots of love, and hard work. I don’t believe I had worked so hard in my life before, but, I truly take pride of the result. Headed by Naked Food, and with the support of many of you, I’m thrilled to say, we are live.

I invite you to visit the website and get involved. Connect with me and with the entire WFPB community around the world. We are here to stay! Happy Summer!

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


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