An advocate for 'Nude Food' - everyday simple, healthy, delicious food.
‘Nude Food’ advocate Nadia Lim is all about everyday simple, healthy, delicious food. It’s been a big ride for the qualified dietitian and former 'MasterChef New Zealand' winner over the last few years.
As a budding young cook, (who’s idol was Jamie Oliver), when she was just 12 years old she came up with the idea of ‘Nude Food’, and it has been her mantra ever since. Nude Food signifies fresh, natural, real food, which is free from fancy packages, marketing and additives, a message she conveys to her audiences with her fresh, bright and tasty recipes.
She has seven best-selling cookbooks and has her own lifestyle Magazine 'Nadia' which was crowned 2017 Supreme Magazine of the Year. Nadia also has a high-profile company 'My Food Bag', where she acts as Head Chef and Nutritionist. Starting in 2013 in New Zealand, the business has spread to Sydney and Melbourne, offering customers easy-to-follow rescipes as well as fresh produce to create delicious and nutritious meals.
Nadia recently travelled around New Zealand filming for a TV show which has been produced for the Asian Food Channel. 'New Zealand with Nadia Lim', will screen on Food TV and will also be screened primetime across 14 countries throughout Asia, to an audience of 130 million, increasing awareness of New Zealand food and culture. Nadia is also a guest-judge on the New Zealand series of My Kitchen Rules.
Nadia has gained a strong following through her published work in New Zealand through the NZ Herald, Good Health magazine, TVNZ's Good Morning, Newstalk ZB, and is also the proud ambassador for Regal Salmon, Intrepid Travel, and NZ Avocado.
Nadia works with many major charities to help encourage Kiwis to improve their diet, working closely with Diabetes NZ, the Heart Foundation and Hospice. She is also an ambassador of the Camnodia Charitable Trust, a charity that supports schools and teacher training colleges in rural Cambodia, helping to re-build the education system after the atrocious Pol Pot regime.
Nadia is an excellent speaker who can address issues on health, nutrition, well-being and food.