You’ve been working too hard. You’re stressed out and exhausted. You just want to sit on the couch and binge-watch TV while eating junk, oily, and processed foods—but you know that’s not doing your soul any good. If this sounds familiar, it might be time for a change! Working out is excellent, but it’s not enough: It’s time to bring back the healthiest you this 2023 with Naked Eating!

What is Naked Eating?

Naked Eating is a way of eating that will help you feel better. It’s about learning about the benefits of the food you consume, the tasty & healthy recipes, and how to make healthy food choices. Choosing the best whole foods compatible with your diet to help you get your energy fix naturally. Since we are talking about naked eating, let’s dig even more deeply into what it means to eat whole foods and what organic foods mean. 

What is Whole Foods?

You should ask yourself a question: Are you eating Whole Foods? The answer will make you think twice about what you’re putting in your body. Whole Foods are unprocessed and unpackaged and retain natural flavors, colors, and vitamins. They’ve become increasingly popular because of the benefits that you’ll get by consuming whole foods like:

  • It has enhanced overall nutrition due to higher levels of vitamins, fiber, and phytochemicals like antioxidants, flavonoids, and fatty acids.
  • Improve gut health because of their high prebiotic content, which nourishes good bacteria in the gut.
  • Strengthen immune system
  • Help reduce high blood pressure by flushing fats from our bodies through their high fiber content.

What is Organic Food?

Organic food has become synonymous with natural and healthy food; organic foods are grown using natural approaches to healthy and sustainable farming. Synthetic chemicals, genetic modification, and other unnatural practices are avoided in organic production, resulting in a healthier choice for consumers. Conventional farming relies heavily on chemicals and genetic modification, which have been known to have adverse effects on human health. So what are the rules for our food to be considered organic?

  • Do not contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
  • Do not have ingredients that have been tested on animals
  • Do not contain synthetic additives
  • Do not use chemical insecticides, herbicides, or fungicides
  • Have not been treated with ionizing radiation
  • Do not interfere with the natural metabolism of livestock and plants, and
  • Not manufactured or produced using nanotechnology.

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They are not just healthy—they’re super sustainable.! 

Two of the biggest problems plaguing our planet today are soil and water pollution. And non-organic food production is unquestionably one significant cause of these environmental woes. On the other hand, organic and whole foods farming focuses on protecting the environment and working in harmony with the environment —including conserving water, soil, and energy and using renewable resources and natural farming cycles. Since organic farms don’t use pesticides or non-organic fertilizers, they result in higher biodiversity and fewer greenhouse gas emissions! More and more farmers and suppliers are adopting this approach of sustainable farming!

No time to buy and prepare your organic and whole foods? We got you covered, Naked Foods Fam! Here are healthy food packs created for you throughout the day.

Breakfast Packs:

  1. Morning Power Breakfast Pack (100% Vegan)
    Are you tired of the same processed breakfast? This healthy breakfast is packed with energy. An alternative to sugary, high-calorie breakfast cereals, its Granola is lightly sweetened with maple syrup and organic agave syrup. It will make you feel full and packed with healthy fats from coconut and peanut butter. Offers you an energy boost from organic raw cacao nibs. So it’ll keep you going all day.
  1. Rise and Shine
    When you want to start your day with a nutritious, energizing, high-fiber healthy breakfast, this is just the meal prep for you. Combining high-energy carbohydrates, plant-based protein, and healthy fats will help kickstart your metabolism and sustain energy all morning. Mix everything and enjoy or chill for at least 30 minutes before serving. This no-cook breakfast is best for people who are always in a rush.

Lunch Packs:

  1. Chick-Please! Lunch Pack
    This chickpea-powered, protein-packed meal is excellent for vegan, plant-based, paleo diets. It’s also perfect for anyone who needs an energy boost during a busy work day. This healthy lunch includes organic chickpeas, white quinoa, mixed nuts and seeds, and organic wild rice. You can eat it or serve it with other vegetables for a complete high-protein lunch or go nuts and have it for dinner after a big day.
  1. Pasta Me Up! Lunch Pack
    A vegan pasta lunch meal prep made from high-protein plant base ingredients, an alternative to traditional wheat pasta that can help you feel fuller for longer–and boost your protein intake. Organic spelt and lentil-based healthy lunch meal prep packs are nutritious and high in fiber while helping control cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

Dinner Packs:

  1. Feed Me Tacos Dinner Pack
    Make dinner easy with these vegan and gluten-free tacos. They’re packed with plant-based protein, high fiber, and filling to keep you full and feeling great after your meal. They’re a quick healthy dinner option perfect for when you’re hungry!

With the variety of options you can choose from, a diet of organic and whole foods will always be exciting. And best of all, all these choices can be delivered right to your door!

Always remember that dieting is not the goal; it’s maximizing nutrition and consuming healthy foods. Naked eating might take some getting used to, but once you do, you will feel an abundance of energy and feel great knowing that you are eating only the best organic and whole foods. Plus, you are taking care of the environment by minimizing pollution and your carbon footprint.