The definition of health is relative to the individual and that unique definition guides one’s independent nutritional journey.
‘Good food’ means many different things to many different people. For some people, it’s eating as clean as possible, and for others, it’s finding the most delicious dish. As a Nutrititional Therapy Practitioner, I have scoured through the many menus of Madison’s local restaurants, searching for nutrient-dense, whole foods that nourish yet taste good.
This is a list of local restaurants that serve a variety of delicious, sustainably-sourced entrées that fit an array of dietary needs.
Whether you need gluten-free (or gluten-friendly), low-carb, low-sugar, keto, vegan, vegetarian, macro-friendly*, or just good, whole-food options, there is something for your on the list.
This list, by all means, is not complete and will be continually updated.
Macro-friendly = whole-food choices that are easy to identify for easy food-tracking purposes
Paleo = nutrient-dense whole foods, grain-free, gluten-free
Whole30 = Dairy-Free, low/no added-sugars, no grains or soy