Naked Food Magazine

Naked Food Magazine

Naked Food Magazine Spring 2016 issue
Editor Margarita Restrepo
Categories Plant-based diet, vegan, health, magazine
Frequency Quarterly (4 issues/year)
Format Paper and digital
Publisher Margarita Restrepo/Naked Republic, Inc.
Founder Margarita Restrepo
Year founded 2012
Country United States
Based in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Language English
ISSN 2373-4035

Naked Food is a quarterly magazine that publishes evidence-based content about and relating to whole food, plant-based nutrition and in reference to the prevention and reversal of chronic disease. It includes health information, nutrition and food related news, recipes, interviews, events, and product, book, and film reviews. The magazine proposes the switch from the Standard American Diet (SAD) to the New Authentic, Kind, and Enlightened Diet (NAKED). It recommends the consumption of organic whole foods such as vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains, tubers, herbs, sea vegetables, seeds, and nuts. Naked Food discourages the consumption of animal foods, processed foods, genetically modified food, and ingredients such as processed sugar, animal and vegetable oil, food additives, and food chemicals.

Among the magazine’s contributors are John A. McDougall, MD, Neal Barnard, MD, T. Colin Campbell, PhD, Michael Greger, MD, Caldwell Esselstyn Jr., MD, Dean Ornish, MD, and David Katz, MD.

It was founded as a digital publication in 2012 by Margarita Restrepo, and transitioned to a printed publication in the spring of 2014. The magazine is published by Naked Republic, Inc., and distributed through bookstores and health markets all over the USA and Canada.

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