Naked Food Magazine | Winter 2019


Naked Food Magazine | Winter 2019 Features

Naked Food
Food & Allergies by John McDougall, MD.

Naked Food
A Healthier Junk Food Diet Will Not Improve Health by Pamela Popper, PhD, ND.

Naked Lifestyle
Preventing & Reversing Osteoporosis by Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine.

Naked Planet
It’s Time To Save The World, by David Katz, MD., PhD.

Naked Healing
Compassion, Truth & Healing, by Will Tuttle, PhD.

Naked Wisdom
Generation Alpha: The Children with Adult Diseases, by Margarita Restrepo, CPBN.

Naked Health
Fish & Diabetes, by Michael Greger, MD.

Naked Food Book Club Reviews
by Denise DeSerio

Naked Truth
Adrenal Fatigue by Pamela Popper, PhD, ND..

Naked News

Featured Naked Recipes

All recipes developed by the Naked Food Chefs.

Fave e Pomodoro alla Pugliese
Red Anti-Cancer Goodness
Naked Potatoes a la Criolla
Classic Risotto in Bianco
Naked Avocado Noodles
Sweet Potato Trifles
Pumpkin Ginger Soup
Wonderful Yucca Pie
Winter Stuffed Pumpkin
Nutty Cacao & Ginger Cookies
No Bake Stuffed Pears
Lentil Sweet Potato Soup
Classic Naked Ratatouille

Editor’s Note:


A few months ago, we launched a very much-needed initiative that we hope will aid in changing the world via different angles. Most conferences, events, and festivals tend to focus on one or two specific audiences, such as health professionals or consumers. Personally, children and teens (and who surrounds them: parents, family, teachers, and friends), farmers and agriculture, entrepreneurs (chefs, restaurateurs, business owners), health professionals and medical students, and the general public are my focus. Therefore, I wanted to do something that could bring the message of “whole-ism” to every type of audience, in one single event.

With the goal of reaching these groups at a global level as well as a local one, and with the help of the WFPB.ORG team, we decided to launch Wholexpo, the International Earth, Health, and Food Festival. Geared toward the Latin American public and for the first time, in Spanish, the WFPB message of complete sustainability toward humans and the planet was presented in South America. We were honored to host Dr. T. Colin Campbell in Bogota, Colombia (also his first time in Latino land!) and other experts from our movement. Wholexpo’s goal is to create this kind of awareness in different parts of the world so we will have Wholexpo in every continent we can in the years to come.

Is with this kind of inspiration that we start a new year: Bringing wisdom, knowledge, awareness, and consciousness wrapped in deliciously naked and healing food, seasoned with sustainability, kindness, and enlightenment. Sounds like a perfect recipe, doesn’t it? That’s the WFPB.ORG recipe for change. Here we go!

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


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