We believe that good food has the power to positively impact how you feel.

That’s why we’ve created a flavorful lineup of nutrient-dense ingredients that pack powerful health benefits.

“Nutrient-dense foods have a powerful impact on performance by helping you avoid daytime fatigue and naturally boost energy.”

– True Food Founder, Dr. Andrew Weil

Ingredients to boost energy

Food plays an important role in aligning your brain and body, and when you’re feeling tired and without motivation eating to improve your energy levels can be the kickstart you need. While we know that food provides essential energy, making choices to eat specific nutrients can give you the energy boost you crave. Incorporate ingredients with vitamin B complex, vitamin C, protein, healthy fats, fiber, iron, manganese and potassium into your daily diet to encourage more energy and less tired, sluggish feelings.


Dark Leafy Greens
These nutrient-dense greens boast many health benefits, including energy production. Filled with B vitamins plus chlorophyll, they are low in calories, high in raw energy and can help fight illness. Look for Kale and Spinach.
Butternut Squash
Butternut Squash
Butternut Squash is a great provider of vitamin C and potassium, two important nutrients that are immune-boosting and health-improving which provide more sustained energy.

Citrus
These delicious antioxidants have a low glycemic index, making them easy for your body to break down and give you energy in return. They also improve digestion, increase weight loss and boost energy production. Look for Lemon, Lime and Grapefruit.
Find them in our dishes…
Kale Aid True Food Kitchen
Kale Aid
kale, ginger, apple, celery, cucumber, lemon
Andy's Elixir True Food Kitchen Drink
Andy’s Elixir
sea buckthorn, honey, bubbly water
Edamame Dumplings True Food Kitchen
Edamame Dumplings, VEG
dashi, white truffle oil, asian herbs
Butternut Squash Soup
Butternut Squash Soup, V GF
butternut squash, sage
Kale Tuscan Salad Organic True Food Kitchen
Organic Tuscan Kale Salad, VEG
lemon, garlic, parmesan, breadcrumb
Roasted Ingredient Salad
Seasonal Ingredient Salad, V GF
butternut squash, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, cannellini bean, organic kale, toasted mulberry, pomegranate, horseradish vinaigrette
Korean Noodle Bowl True Food Kitchen
Korean Noodle Bowl, V GF
sweet potato glass noodle, pickled shiitake, organic spinach, carrot, bean sprout, toasted sesame
Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl True Food Kitchen
Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl, V GF
broccoli, rainbow carrot, bok choy, green bean, snap pea, mushroom, brown rice, avocado, toasted sesame
Spaghetti Squash Casserole True Food Kitchen
Spaghetti Squash Casserole, VEG GF
crushed organic DiNapoli tomato, caramelized onion, zucchini, fresh mozzarella
Chicken Parmesan Entree True Food Kitchen
Grilled Chicken Parmesan
roasted spring vegetables, organic DiNapoli tomato sauce, mozzarella, herbs
Squash Pie
Squash Pie, V GF
graham crust, coconut whipped cream
Tulsi Tea Holy Basil with Ginger True Food Kitchen
Adaptogenic Tulsi Tea
ginger, honey, holy basil, lemon; served in restaurant only

“Eating anti-inflammatory foods is one of the best strategies for positively impacting our mood and brain chemistry.”

– True Food Founder, Dr. Andrew Weil

Ingredients to boost happiness

Eating good for you food can have a positive impact on your mood – and we could all use a little more happiness in our lives. Certain foods you eat can boost seratonin and dopamine in your brain, increasing your feelings of an uplifted mood. If you’re looking for a smile-booster, try incorporating ingredients that contain B vitamins, Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, healthy fats, probiotics and adaptogens into your daily diet. Our nutrient-dense menu gives you plenty of options to eat for increased positivity.


Fatty Fish
Fatty fish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids (healthy fats), which are essentially food for your brain cells. Since our bodies can’t make fatty acids we have to get these mental-health boosters from our diet or supplements. Look for Salmon and Albacore Tuna.

Turmeric
Curcumin, turmeric’s active ingredient, has been shownto cross the blood-brain barrier, meaning it can directly enter the brain and benefit the cells at the source. Turmeric also boosts serotonin and dopamine, which are essential for an upbeat mood.

Garbanzo Beans
Also known as chickpeas, these small but mighty beans contain 71% of our daily folate, a B vitamin that can help lower stress hormones. Plus, they’re filled with tryptophan, which the body turns into serotonin; the key to happy brain cells.
Find them in our dishes…

Herb Hummus, VEG
cucumber, cherry tomato, onion, olive, feta, lemon oregano vinaigrette & house-made pita
Charred Cauliflower True Food Kitchen
Charred Cauliflower, V GF
harissa tahini, medjool date, dill, mint, pistachio
Spicy Panang Curry
Spicy Panang Curry, GF
forbidden rice, sweet potato, broccolini, green bean, carrot, roasted brussels sprout, onion, basil, mint, thai curry broth
Ancient Grains Bowl True Food Kitchen
Ancient Grains Bowl, V
miso sesame glazed sweet potato, turmeric, charred onion, snap pea, grilled portobello, avocado, hemp seed, cilantro pumpkin seed pesto
Chicken Avocado Wrap True Food Kitchen
Grilled Chicken Avocado Wrap
organic tomato, cucumber, hummus, fresh mozzarella, lemon oregano vinaigrette, house-made pita
Grilled Sustainable Salmon
Grilled Sustainable Salmon
farro, quinoa, seasonal vegetables, cilantro pumpkin seed pesto
Poke Bowl True Food Kitchen
Poke Bowl, GF
wild caught tuna, brown rice, quinoa, avocado, pickled jicama, bok choy, pickled shiitake, lemongrass ponzu, sesame seed
Grass Fed Grass Finished Burger True Food Kitchen
Grass-Fed Burger
umami, mushroom, caramelized onion, organic arugula, parmesan, mayonnaise, flaxseed bun
Flourless Chocolate Cake True Food Kitchen
Flourless Chocolate Cake, VEG GF
caramel, almond, vanilla ice cream, cacao nib
Cookies and Ice Cream Vegan True Food Kitchen
Cookies & Ice Cream, V GF
chocolate chip cookies served with vanilla ice cream

“The foods and herbs we choose to eat have a direct impact on long-term health and creating a life in balance.”

– True Food Founder, Dr. Andrew Weil

Ingredients to boost balance

The feeling of stress is familiar – from to do lists that never end to juggling responsibilities with barely enough time to think about what you’re eating. Stress has many negative impacts on mental and physical wellness, so promoting calm feelings is an important part of how a well-balanced daily diet can help reduce stress and increase wellness. Look for ingredients that contain melatonin, adaptogens, tryptophan, vitamin C, magnesium and Omega-3s in both alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) and fatty fish to provide improved feelings of internal peace and quiet.


Avocado
Avocados are an anti-anxiety superfood. They’re a great source of magnesium, and are rich in folate and stress-relieving B vitamins. Unlike most fruits, they’re high in monounsaturated fat that helps you feel calm while your brain cells are still moving.
Asian Mushrooms
Asian Mushrooms
Adaptogen herbs can support your adrenals by managing your hormonal response to stress, helping you ease anxiety and fatigue. Asian mushrooms also contain a significant amount of tryptophan which is converted to melatonin in the body, supporting better sleep.

Cacao
Superfood cacao is excellent at helping induce relaxation thanks to being one of nature’s most potent sources of magnesium. Magnesium is a powerful mineral that’s instrumental in sleep, and is a natural relaxant that helps deactivate adrenaline.
Find them in our dishes…
Edamame Guacamole True Food Kitchen
Edamame Guacamole, V
avocado, cilantro pesto, pumpkin seed, aleppo chili & house-made pita chips
Pan Seared Sea Bass
Pan Seared Sea Bass 
sustainable sea bass, roasted brussels sprout, fennel, golden beet, butternut squash farro risotto, lemon, herbs, cashew
Korean Noodle Bowl True Food Kitchen
Korean Noodle Bowl, V GF
sweet potato glass noodle, pickled shiitake, organic spinach, carrot, bean sprout, toasted sesame
Ancient Grains Bowl True Food Kitchen
Ancient Grains Bowl, V
miso sesame glazed sweet potato, turmeric, charred onion, snap pea, grilled portobello, avocado, hemp seed, cilantro pumpkin seed pesto
Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl True Food Kitchen
Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl, V GF
broccoli, rainbow carrot, bok choy, green bean, snap pea, mushroom, brown rice, avocado, toasted sesame
Turkey Burger True Food Kitchen
Turkey Burger
smashed avocado, organic tomato, butter lettuce, smoked gouda, jalapeño remoulade, flaxseed bun
Chicken Sausage Pizza True Food Kitchen
Chicken Sausage Pizza
crushed organic DiNapoli tomato, roasted fennel, smoked gouda
Poke Bowl True Food Kitchen
Poke Bowl, GF
wild caught tuna, brown rice, quinoa, avocado, pickled jicama, snap pea, pickled shiitake, lemongrass ponzu, sesame seed
Grass Fed Grass Finished Burger True Food Kitchen
Grass-Fed Burger
umami, mushroom, caramelized onion, organic arugula, parmesan, mayonnaise, flaxseed bun
Flourless Chocolate Cake True Food Kitchen
Flourless Chocolate Cake, VEG GF
caramel, almond, vanilla ice cream, cacao nib
Tulsi Tea Holy Basil with Ginger True Food Kitchen
Adaptogenic Tulsi Tea
ginger, honey, holy basil, lemon; served in restaurant only

“The foods you eat play a role in keeping your brain healthy, and can improve mental tasks such as focus and concentration.”

– True Food Founder, Dr. Andrew Weil

Ingredients to focus on

Banish brain fog and find your focus. When you need to perform with peak mental clarity, whether it’s in physical competition or in the office, what you eat can drive your ability to focus. Incorporate foods that help you stay switched on so you can perform at your optimum level with boosted clarity. Ingredients you’ll want to try will be packed with monounsaturated fat, Omega-3s including ALAs, Vitamin E, choline, sulforaphane, potassium and functional mushrooms like Lion’s Mane. Blood sugar stabilizing foods can help reduce cravings and keep you focused on what’s important.

Brussels Sprouts
Cruciferous Vegetables
Green vegetables are powerful for brain function. Sulforaphane in cruciferous veggies can effectively promote the growth and repairof brain tissues and aids inprevention of diseases like Alzheimer’s. Look for Brussels Sprouts, Broccolini, Cauliflower, Kale and Bok Choy.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Eating a diet rich in EVOO is a great way to feel more satisfied after meals, prevent sugar cravings and overeating, along with brain fog. New research suggests EVOO can protect the brain against memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease as well.

Nuts & Nut Butter
These nuts have superpowers like boosting serotonin levels to help you handle stress. Their magnesium also increases blood flow to your brain, and the amino acid phenylalanine produces focus-boosting dopamine. Look for Walnuts, Cashews and Almonds.
Find them in our dishes…
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Roasted Brussels Sprouts, V GF
mushroom, miso sesame vinaigrette, chili thread
Charred Cauliflower True Food Kitchen
Charred Cauliflower, V GF
harissa tahini, medjool date, dill, mint, pistachio
Roasted Ingredient Salad
Seasonal Ingredient Salad, V GF
butternut squash, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, cannellini bean, organic kale, toasted mulberry, pomegranate, horseradish vinaigrette
Butternut Squash Pizza
Butternut Squash Pizza, V GF
caramelized onion, roasted garlic, organic kale, house-made vegan almond ricotta, dried cranberry, sage
Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl True Food Kitchen
Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl, V GF
broccoli, rainbow carrot, bok choy, green bean, snap pea, mushroom, brown rice, avocado, toasted sesame
Butternut Squash Risotto
Butternut Squash Risotto, V
roasted brussels sprout, fennel, golden beet, mushroom, arugula, cashew, dashi broth
Vegan Double Cheeseburger True Food Kitchen
Vegan Double Cheeseburger, V
house-made with portobello, walnut, beet, kuzu, lettuce, pickled onion, organic tomato, vegan cheddar, vegenaise, flaxseed bun
Chicken Parmesan Entree True Food Kitchen
Grilled Chicken Parmesan
roasted spring vegetables, organic DiNapoli tomato sauce, mozzarella, herbs
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