This was a wonderful show with Pascale Naessens, in that we went very deeply rather quickly.  This is a testament to Pascale’s willingness to be courageous with her truth and to share the darker, more challenging aspects of her life story.

In her latest book, Pure and Simple, Pascale Naessens shares her method for staying happy, healthy, and slim, with more than 60 recipes. She recommends a lifestyle that embraces only natural, unprocessed foods, but she is not advocating for a diet dominated by restrictions. Instead she celebrates delicious meals, pleasure, and health. Her approach has only one rule—no carbohydrates with protein.

Pascale has been a presenter for the VTM.  They presented for several seasons living magazine House and Home. Together with her husband, reporter Paul Jambers, they sailed around the world and received Flemish celebrities on their sailboat With Jambers Under Sail. By boat they also tourist program Jambers Odyssey, a sailing trip through the Mediterranean. They also presented TV-agency and save my house. In addition to her television work she also provides business presentations.

In 2010 her cookbook came out: My Pure Kitchen, enjoy yet sleek. There was later a second book. Followed later three books, Pure enjoyment 1 and 2 and pure food.

In autumn 2011 she hosted a cooking show on Vitaya. Since January 2011 she is at the Radio 2 program Evening Post with a “recipe of the day” on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. She replaces Catherine there Vandoorne who is on maternity leave.

Pascale Naessens was in 2006 in addition also yet to see her presentation work in Dancing on Ice, along with Frenchman Paul Levier.

In February 2015, Professor Patrick Mullie was expressed very negative about the diet Naessens promotes, calling the popularity of her diet theory compared with that of the Atkins diet, promoted by Robert Coleman Atkins in the 1970s, and the Montignac diet promoted by Michel Montignac in the 1990s; according Mullie all examples of people who want to make quick money by promoting it in his unhealthy carbohydrate diet.

Theories about health and food, which promotes Naessens, have been criticized by a child psychiatrist in September 2016. This stated that attract the theories of Naessens young people with eating disorders such as anorexia.