Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

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If you want to take care of your shape while enjoying your beach vacation, this list of 7 healthy and delicious restaurants is all you need

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Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

Wherever you are in Miami, it's easy to find where to eat healthy. (Site/Repsol Guide)

You come to visit Miami and, as in any foreign place, it is difficult for you to maintain your eating habits, especially if you follow a healthy diet. In addition, it is a city where people like to show off, plenty of beaches and parks, so it is normal that you want to stay away from junk food.

Here are some of the tastiest and most popular restaurants in Miami Beach for you to choose from.

1. Pura Vida

Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

At Pura Vida you can order breakfast dishes all day. (Pura Vida)

What began as the dream of a married couple, Omer and Jennifer Horev, soon became one of the most successful specialty health food restaurants in the South Florida, with locations from Miami Beach to West Palm Beach. There are always fresh fruit juices, superfood smoothies, kombucha, and ready-to-drink coffee. The breakfast menu is offered all day, plus salads topped with ahi tuna, chicken, salmon, or lentils. There is also a wide variety of gluten-free and vegan desserts.

Where: 110 Washington Ave #2, Miami Beach – (305) 535-4142

2. Lilikoi Organic Living

Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

A Lilikoy Veggie Burger is a religious experience. (Lilikoi Organic Living)

It is an elegant restaurant that offers healthy dishes with a Hawaiian twist. Her recipes are prepared with locally grown and organic vegetables. The meats used come from humanely treated animals raised without steroids, growth hormones, or animal derivatives, fed an organic vegetarian diet. Fish and shellfish are sourced in an environmentally friendly and carefully selected manner.

Where: 500 South Pointe Dr #180, Miami Beach – (305) 763-8692

3. Le Jardinier

Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

A true garden that lives up to its name. (Le Jardinier)

It is hard to find a more welcoming place than Le Jardinier. The person in charge of the creations, almost so beautiful that you don't want to eat them, is Alain Verzeroli , who has a Michelin star behind him. The interior has the appearance of a greenhouse, while the exterior is a colorful garden. Located in the Design District, this is a place not to be missed.

Where:151 NE 41st St Suite 135, Miami – (305) 402-9060

4. Planta

Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

Known for its innovative dishes, this South Beach restaurant enjoys a solid reputation. (Plant)

The innovative vegan dishes of the chef David Lee have earned him an army of fans among those who lead a health-focused lifestyle. Here you can dine on fully vegetarian sushi. The menu is varied: all kinds of dishes made from vegetables await you. The Planta style burger is one of the best meatless burgers in town.

Where: 850 Commerce St, Miami Beach – (305) 397-8513

5. Carrot Express

Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

A simple cafeteria with healthy food and great flavor. (The Carrot Express)

A counter-service diner that started in a gas station, and now has 13 locations throughout South Florida. That is to say, when you get hungry, you surely have one nearby. It offers what is typical of a healthy food cafeteria (salads, bowls, natural juices, smoothies). Since it has so many branches, here we leave you the address and phone number of one of them.

Where: 98 NE 2nd Ave, Miami – (786) 646 -0620

6. Gogo Fresh

Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

Its success has led to the acceptance of the Miami Beach public. (Gogo Fresh)

Gogo Fresh aopened its doors in 2004, but it was not until 2013, when it was bought by the Argentine Osmar Núñez-Vilches, that the place became what it is today. It currently has three locations, but the one in Miami Beach continues to be the flagship restaurant. In addition to a delicious variety of salads, it is known for its delicious homemade Argentine empanadas.

Where: 926 Alton Rd, Miami Beach – (305) 673 -3137

7. Ol' Days, Farm to Table

Where to eat healthy in Miami, a guide so you don't lose good habits

Ol' Days Miami only uses organic and local raw materials.

This picturesque place offers dishes made with natural and organic ingredients. As their name indicates, they come from farm to table, sourcing in large part from local producers. In addition to two locations in the United States (one in New York and another in Miami), it also has one in Buenos Aires.

Where: 3301 NE 1st Ave Miami, FL 33137 – (786) 843-1397