Glossary – Healthy Anywhere
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What do our filters mean?

Filters are checkboxes you may use to narrow down your results. 

More filters checked = fewer results. 

Simply click again to uncheck filters for more results. 

Uses only organic ingredients.

Consistently sources organic ingredients. We’ll specify ‘what’s’ organic if limited. 

Consistently sources produce and/or meat from producers within ~150 miles.

Menu includes nutrient-dense greens &/or leafy vegetables — e.g. spinach, kale, arugula, chard, watercress, collards

One (or more) fish on the menu that is high omega-3, low mercury, and sustainable — best choice or good alternative on Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch list

Menu includes pasture-raised, grass-fed, wild and/or heritage meats

Menu includes items using only high-quality oils from trusted sources, ideally organic and unrefined — e.g. extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, macadamia nut oil, cold-pressed flaxseed and hemp oils.

Offers handcrafted items, e.g. in house-pickling and fermenting, making their own pasta, baking their own locally-milled bread.

Menu specifically calls out “gluten-free”.

Most menus naturally include gluten-free items or can be made gluten-free upon request.

If a kitchen is proclaimed “100% gluten-free” we’ll include this in the text. Type “100% gluten” (with quotes!) into the text search to find these. 

Of course, most restaurants with “gluten-free” items or even “gluten-free kitchens” are not recommended for Celiac or those with severe gluten allergy.

Menu specifically calls out “dairy-free” or “vegan” items.

Most menus naturally include dairy-free items or items can be made dairy-free upon request.

If you don’t want any animal protein options, you can alternatively run a text search for: Vegan.

What do the pricing tiers mean?

– Inexpensive, main dishes ~$1-10

$$ – Moderate, main dishes ~$11-30

$$$ – Pricey, main dishes ~$31-60

$$$$  – Ultra high-end, main dishes >$61