You don’t have to be a die-hard Yogi to dine at True Food Kitchen. You need only a desire to give your body nutrients, and your palate something memorable. The basis for the anti-inflammatory diet isn’t meant to deprive a healthy body of great flavors, it’s meant to take popular trends in cuisine and pair them with healthy living.
“Honest food that tastes really good”
With a wide, healthy selection of vegan, vegetarian, or gluten free options we offer something for everyone. Try the kale and quinoa, you’ll live longer. Drink the seabuckthorn and acai, you’ll feel better. At True Food Kitchen, we want you to feel better, live longer, and make your mouth happy in the process. It's honest food that tastes really good.
Locations & Menus
3393 Peachtree Rd. NE, Suite 3058B
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Plaza at Preston Center
8383 Preston Center Plaza #100
Dallas, Texas 75225
Cherry Creek North
2800 E. 2nd Ave, Suite 101
Denver, Colorado 80206
860 South Sepulveda, Ste 100
El Segundo, California 90245
2910 District Ave #170 Mosaic District
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
1700 Post Oak Boulevard
Houston, Texas 77056
451 Newport Center Drive
Newport Beach, California 92660
Biltmore Fashion Park
2502 E Camelback Road, Suite 135
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Fashion Valley Mall
7007 Friars Rd #394
San Diego, California 92108
Santa Monica Place
395 Santa Monica Place, Suite 172
Santa Monica, California 90401
15191 N Scottsdale Rd #101
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Date: Wednesday, May 4th
Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Place: True Food Kitchen - Biltmore
True Food Kitchen at the Biltmore will kick off its three-month Community Dinner series this May. Learn more...Read More »
Date: Sunday, May 8th
Place: All True Food Kitchen Locations
We’ve saved a seat for mom this Mother’s Day at True Food Kitchen. Make reservations for you and your family for a Mother's Day Brunch to make things more special this year.Read More »
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Anti-Inflammatory Food Pyramid
“Following an anti-inflammatory diet can help counteract the chronic inflammation that is a root cause of many serious diseases, including those that become more frequent as people age. It is a way of selecting and preparing foods based on science that can help people achieve and maintain optimum health over their lifetime.”
- Andrew Weil, M.D
It has its place, in moderation. The type Weil recommends - plain and dark, with at least 70 percent cocoa - is relatively lower in sugar and provides healthy fat.
The compounds in ginger, turmeric, and other spices protect our tissue and organs from inflammation.
Rich in Omega-3 fats that help fight disease by reducing inflammation in the blood vessels. It also helps in lowering the risk of heart problems.
High in protein to give you the energy needed for each day.
These mushrooms contain compounds that enhance immune function. However, never eat mushrooms raw.
Allow you to digest slowly, reducing frequency of blood sugar spikes that promote inflammation. You should consume grains that are intact, or are in a few large pieces; not whole wheat bread or product made from flour.
Rich in flavanoids and carotenoids with both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity. Go for a wide range of color, cooked and raw.
Minimize consumption of tropical fruits, like bananas and pineapples, and load up on berries, cherries, apples, and pears.