Healthy Eats App

Healthy Eats Selection Process

Healthy Eats App is committed to transparency and will only accept and approve the healthiest eating options available. We have a very strict approval process. The aim of our app is to provide a platform which enables our users to have full confidence in knowing that any restaurant featured on our app has been through our approval process and has the “HEALTHY EATS APP” certified healthy option certification.

Our approval process is based around our team of Nutritionist’s evaluating each menu and its sources. We then break down the offerings and go through a strict approval process, which is focused on making sure the menu consists of quality nutritional options. We are seeking quality ingredients and balanced nutrition on each plate.

Major elements to our selection process include:
1. Cooking methods
2. Oils used
3. Ingredients and how they are sourced.
4. Freshness

The menu is then broken down to a second review phase. These criterions are broken down into 8 sections;
1. Paleo
2. Sugar Free
3. Organic Coffee
4. Gaps Diet
5. Vegetarian
6. Gluten Free
7. Fresh Juices
8. Organic Food

In order to be included on the Healthy Eats App, the menu must include a specific amount of the requirement from each category.
See below for the requirements for each section;

The menu has options that are free of:
– Grains, (corn, wheat, flour and anything that contains it, bread and pasta)
– Dairy
– Sugar
– Legumes
– Processed oils

The menu has options that are free of all monosaccharides and disaccharides, plus sugar naturally present in honey, syrups, and fruit juices.

The coffee offered is 100% free of synthetic pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers.

The menus includes a dish or dishes that are free of all grains, commercial dairy, starchy vegetables and all processed/refined carbohydrates

The restaurant offers option on the menu that are free of red meats, fish and poultry and/or dairy and eggs.

The menu offered options that are free of: gluten, a protein composite found in wheat, barley, rye, and Oats and all their species and hybrids (such as spelt, kamut, and triticale).

The juices offered at the premises are freshly squeezed (should be consumed within the first 20 minutes after being squeezed)

Organic does not always mean that the food offered is 100% certified organic, but food offered is 100% free of synthetic pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers.

The Healthy Eats team is committed to only allowing the highest quality restaurants on our app. We are focused on supporting and help grow the restaurants and the people behind these menus in informing and helping the people who are focused on their health find such places.

Disclaimer: for more specific information and dietary needs we encourage you to always ask the restaurants about the ingredients and produce that have been used on their dishes as Healthy Eats App is not responsible for any inaccuracies.


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