Margaret Floyd is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, writer, and real food advocate. She’s has been on the pursuit of the ideal nutritious and delicious way of eating for the better part of her adult life.
Margaret received her Nutritional Therapy Practitioner certification from the Nutritional Therapy Association and was certified as a Holistic Health Counselor by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is also a Certified Healing Foods Specialist, is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and has a thriving private practice in Los Angeles, California at The Body Well Wellness Centre. Margaret’s work with clients is focused on shifting their diet to a naked diet through gradual changes to their lifestyle, cooking methods, shopping habits, and recipes.
She specializes in digestive issues, blood sugar handling, immune issues, and preconception. She shares her passion for food and good health, and teaches clients how to eat so they can enjoy both. She currently blogs at www.eatnakednow.com
as well as several other health-related websites. You can connect with her at www.facebook.com/takeitalloff
Eat Naked: Unprocessed, Unpolluted, and Undressed Eating for a Healthier, Sexier You by Margaret Floyd, NTP
Published by New Harbinger, 2011
Eat Naked is a real foods primer, introducing readers to what constitutes real “naked” food. It will help you strip away the overprocessed, overpackaged, and overdressed junk food from your diet. Naked foods are nutrient-dense whole foods that are fresh, organically grown, and prepared in ways that allow each foods naturally delicious flavors and nutrients to shine through. Floyd demystifies the questions and confusion around nutrition and answers the question “What to eat?” in a simple, straight-forward way.
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The Naked Foods Cookbook: Easy, Unprocessed, Gluten-Free, Full-fat recipes for Losing Weight and Feeling Great by Margaret Floyd and Chef James Barry
Why go out to eat? Cooking at home is easy, healthy, delicious, and affordable—and with the right techniques and ingredients, preparing a home-cooked meal can be quicker than picking up take-out. The Naked Foods Cookbook
, the anticipated follow-up cookbook to Margaret Floyd’s Eat Naked
, shows readers how they can create whole, organic, and fresh “naked” meals that maximize the natural nutritional value of food.
Unlike commercially available prepared foods and restaurant dishes, naked meals contain no harmful additives, preservatives, or empty-calorie fillers. It also includes many recipes that take advantage of proper and traditional food preparation techniques – what Floyd calls “Better than Naked” techniques – such as soaking, sprouting, and natural fermentation. Imagine easily making your own homemade ketchup without all the sugar and with probiotics! The Naked Foods Cookbook
is filled with these kinds of creative, nourishing and delicious alternatives.