Cary, NC – There’s a popular health craze is sweeping through the Triangle. Health-conscious restaurants are satisfying customers’ growing demand for healthier food options.
So what does it mean for a restaurant to be health-conscious? Well, for one thing meals are typically prepared in-house rather than shipped in from somewhere else. A lot of restaurants will have pre-prepared meals delivered which can save businesses time and money, but often leads to a decline in taste and quality.
Another thing that separates healthy eateries from standard restaurants is the dedication to clean and natural products. Establishments like CoreLife Eatery have built a reputation off menus featuring ingredients that don’t contain any genetically modified organisms (GMOs), trans fats, artificial colors, sweeteners, or any other artificial additives.
A lot of wellness restaurants also promote their use of local ingredients. In addition to adding to the natural restaurant feel, this practice also demonstrates a company’s commitment to the community it serves.
A common misconception among restaurant-goers is that all health-focused restaurants are strictly vegetarian. That couldn’t be further from the truth. There are a lot more healthy restaurants today than there were 15 years ago, which means consumers also have more options than ever. Yes, there are restaurants that only serve salad. However, CoreLife Eatery features an extensive menu that consists of everything from vegetable bowls to protein plates.
CoreLife’s dedication to promoting active lifestyles is changing people’s perception of eating healthy. Diets no longer have to be miserable and eating at a restaurant doesn’t automatically mean it’s a cheat day. CoreLife’s professional staff is committed to providing delicious and nutritious meals that don’t sacrifice taste.
200 Crossroads Blvd. (Suite 100)
Cary, NC 27518
Phone: (919) 726-6261