Eat Naked : Unprocessed, Unpolluted, and Undressed Eating for a Healthier, Sexier You


Health | Self Esteem/Self Help

The benefits of eating fresh and natural, "naked" foods have been well-documented, but what's less clear is how to incorporate these philosophies in readers' own kitchens, every day, in a time- and cash-strapped age of takeout and fast food. In "Eat Naked", nutritionist and holistic health counselor Margaret Floyd seeks to solve that problem by introducing readers to the easy-to-implement "eat naked" lifestyle. This book shows readers simple ways to begin eating naked right away, offering guidance for eating naked in every food group and preparation techniques that help maximize the nutritional value of food. Always mindful of the pressures and situations of real life that can get in the way of eating healthful meals, Floyd provides pragmatic suggestions for eating "next to naked" foods on the go, in restaurants, and in other circumstances where truly natural meals may be difficult to come by. A section on eating naked on a budget dispels the myth that healthy, fresh food can only be found in luxury grocery shops. Complete with recipes and cooking tips, this book makes it easy, at last, to enjoy whole foods and reap the benefits of a nourishing and healthful diet.


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Easy-to-implement guidelines for stripping away the packaging, preservatives, fillers, pesticides, and artificial additives from your diet.

Margaret Floyd is a nutritional therapy practitioner, certified holistic health counselor, and certified member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She lives in Los Angeles, CA, where she has a thriving practice as a nutritionist, serving clients around the world.

General Fields

  • : 9781608820139
  • : New Harbinger Publications
  • : New Harbinger
  • : June 2011
  • : 228mm X 153mm X 11mm
  • : August 2011
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Paperback
  • : 641.302
  • : VS
  • : illustrations