NEW YEAR, NEW YOU
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Where to find B.GOOD: 133 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, across from Target
The new year has started and so have the resolutions. Everyone is pledging to make the “right choices” with the right food plan – whether that’s keto, paleo, Whole30 or beyond.
But after a week or two, it turns out that no matter what books you buy or path you choose, health plans are hard to adhere to.
New Year’s resolutions are great, but when it comes to eating in a restaurant with friends or scanning a takeout menu for lunch, the “new year, new you” mantra can lose its sparkle.
That’s where B.GOOD comes in.
Just in time for Near Year’s resolutions, the fast casual farm-to-table spot on West Franklin Street is taking the confusion, frustration and list-making out of health-conscious, food plan-approved meals. Meet the Lifestyle Menu, available for a limited time.
“The Lifestyle Menu builds on our commitment to supporting our guests and giving them great tasting options that they can feel good about eating,” said Linh Aven, the Executive Chef at B.GOOD.
The menu offers meal options for people who adhere to the keto, paleo and Whole30 food plans – but are also tasty options for anyone.
The new Lifestyle Menu includes:
- Keto Salad: Grilled chicken, slab bacon, parmesan, romaine, lemon Caesar vinaigrette. Keto is a short-term, low-carb, high-fat diet.
- Paleo Salad: Grilled chicken, romaine, cucumber, tomato, radish, zucchini noodles, za'atar, red wine vinaigrette. Paleo is based on the eating habits of our ancestors and can also be called the “caveman” diet. It cuts out foods like dairy, refined sugar and grains and focuses on nutrients.
- Whole30 Approved® Salad: Avocado, Egg, kale, brussels sprouts, apples, butternut squash, beets, pepitas, red wine vinaigrette. Whole30 is a low-carb, high-protein program that eliminates alcohol, dairy, grain and legumes.
- WW Bowl: Grilled chicken, kale, brussels sprouts, cheddar, butternut squash, beets, chickpeas, balsamic vinaigrette (under 12 points)
The Lifestyle Menu joins the lineup with B.GOOD’s other healthy choices, like the Flexitarian burgers launched last fall.
The minds behind the latest launch at B.GOOD understand that healthy food has always been difficult to access, whether at a restaurant or in a grocery store. And as Americans switch away from scarcity diets and plans and move more towards wholesome food plans and choices, it’s become even more important for restaurants to develop well-rounded and health-conscious meals.
“While a growing number of Americans are adopting ‘customizable diets,’ it remains challenging for people to adhere to these diets and lifestyles while on the road or dining out,” said registered dietician Pamela Smith, who is working with B.GOOD to develop the menu.
“I am thrilled to be working with B.GOOD to make delicious, thoughtfully crafted, health-conscious options more accessible, and frankly, less of a headache.”