YOUR JOURNEY INTO A NEW WAY OF EATING
Welcome to True Food Kitchen - A health-driven, seasonal restaurant merging nutrient-rich ingredients with a flavor-forward menu that rotates regularly to let guests experience great-tasting ingredients at the peak of their freshness. Our open kitchen brings guests closer to our culinary craft while showcasing that there’s nothing secret about the way we prepare our dishes.
Our scratch bar is brimming with a selection of wine, local beers and seasonal cocktails made using fresh-pressed fruit and vegetable juices paired with organic spirits.
We take great pride in a menu that caters to nearly every food preference with a variety of gluten-free, naturally organic, vegetarian and vegan offerings.
Our commitment to quality and creativity ensures a menu that encourages exploration all throughout the year. Every meal at True Food Kitchen is an opportunity to further your journey toward healthy living.
HOLD THE INFLAMMATION
Renowned physician, Dr. Andrew Weil, helped establish True Food Kitchen on a set of simple and exhaustively researched principles known as the Anti-Inflammatory Diet. This diet—not so much a “diet” in the ever-trendy weight loss variety—encourages simple changes in eating habits to avoid and counteract chronic inflammation: a root cause of heart disease, many cancers, Alzheimer’s disease and more. It is a way of selecting and preparing foods based on science that can help people achieve and maintain optimum health over their lifetime.
Other Sources of Protein
Natural cheeses, organic, high-quality dairy, omega-3 enriched eggs or eggs from free-range chickens are all high in protein to give you the energy needed 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.
It has its place, in moderation. The type Dr. 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.
Minimize consumption of tropical fruits, like bananas and pineapples, and load up on berries, cherries, apples, and pears.