Resolutions: 5 Tasty Spots for Eating Healthy in Boston in 2017!

January 12, 2017 |
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Whether you’ve set lofty weight loss resolutions or you’re still trying to reverse the damage of the holiday season, January is certainly a popular month for being mindful of diets. But, it can be hard swapping macaroni & cheese for carrots & peas – especially with stressful schedules and freezing temperatures. Never fear, we’ve rounded up some of the best places around Boston that will make eating healthy both tasty and easy in the new year!


When running errands turns into cardio: Jugos

For days where you’re running around like mad, head inside Back Bay station to Jugos for a healthy energy boost. Go for a Turmeric latte with espresso and cashew milk, or go green with the Aston Batido – a silky smoothie with avocado, kale, and banana. Looking to indulge outside of the straw? Forget the Acai bowl (so 2016) and go for the Santa Domingo Pitaya Bowl loaded with dragon fruit, guava, raspberry, granola, and chia seeds.


Photo Credit: Jugos

145 Dartmouth St. Boston MA 02116 617-418-9879


When you can’t give up weekend brunch: Red Lentil

Don’t eat clean all week just to dive straight into an egg benedict-induced holland-daze on the weekend! Convince your crew to hit up Red Lentil for a great brunch that’ll still please your brunch bunch! They’ve got vegan and gluten free pancakes and vegan French toast with walnut banana compote and raspberry sauce. Want to go savory? Can’t go wrong with the Omelet du chevre loaded with goat cheese, arugula, sweet potato, and caramelized onions.


Photo Credit: The Red Lentil

600 Mount Auburn St. Watertown, MA 02472 617-979-9188


When the forecast looks snowy: Foodery

January means gnarly winds and dropping temperatures, and the temptation to order takeout! Put the phone down and instead set up a meal delivery on Foodery – a company dedicated to bringing you healthy no-cooking-required meals you can heat and eat. Cooked with local ingredients and all cooked in Malden, Foodery meals range between 500-700 calories and the options change each week!

Use Coupon Code bbeatwell2017 to receive 20% off all first time orders through 2/3/17!


Photo Credit: The Foodery



When you’re tired of salads: Whole Heart Provisions

We get it, sometimes the standard salad can you leave wanting more…especially in the middle of a New England winter. Make your bowl great again by grabbing an inventive bowl creation from Whole Heart Provisions. Pick one of their signature dishes or create your own bowl with bulgogi-style beets, pickled cauliflower, and carrot radish kimchi! Or, opt for a street food snack – like this seared avocado with crispy lentils, tahini and za’atar! Thirsty too? They’ve got great flavors of kombucha on tap!


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487 Cambridge St Allston, MA 02134 617-202-5041


When you need something sweet: True Bistro

Just because you’re dedicated to a new diet, that doesn’t mean you can’t have some cake and eat it too! True Bistro offers jaw-dropping vegan dessert options like pumpkin cheesecake with a cranberry-orange swirl and hazelnut-date crust. Don’t forget to get it a la mode – all ice cream comes from local fave FoMu Ice Cream!

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Photo Credit: True Bistro Boston

1153 Broadway Somerville MA 617-627-9000

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