It's the same story every year.

The warm glow of the festive season fades away and we're left feeling a little worse for wear thanks to a steady holiday diet of wine, cheese and Quality Street. 

You might worry that a long month of uninspiring meals lies ahead as you try to get back to feeling your best, but making healthier choices doesn't mean you have to sacrifice on flavour.

Here are five of our top picks for healthy eating in Glasgow: 


A popular hangout for local celebrities, Juicy on Byres Road are all about healthy eating.

Fresh soups, wholesome wraps and even build your own acai bowls are all featured on their winter menu. 

They’re soon set to open a second location in Silverburn too for any Southsiders who might be feeling left out.

Read our full review here.

Soul Food Kitchen

A fully vegan spot in the West End that puts nutrition at the heart of their menu.

If their massive buddha bowls don't take your fancy, then you're sure to be tempted by their MacSoul burger which uses 'a smokey patty topped with  American style "cheese", spinach, gherkins, sliced beef tomato all crammed into a flame-grilled sesame seed brioche bun served with sea salt wedges.'

READ MORE: Meet the owners and take a sneak peek inside new vegan bakery Plant Blonde


There will always be that nagging voice in your head when ordering a salad that says: “Why am I paying for something I could have made at home?”

But a lunch from Sprigg in the city centre is well worth the occasional splurge.

Their build-your-own bowls mean you can choose your own favourite ingredients from Chimmichurri Olives to Za'atar Cauliflower to include in your super healthy salad.

Even on a health kick, life is too short to cut out carbs so slice of focaccia on the side is a must.

Read our review here.


A relaxed cafe in the city centre that makes for the perfect lunch spot.

Think daily changing curry specials served on sweet potatoes, toasted sandwiches and thick fruity smoothies. 

There's even a great selection of gluten-free options for anyone with extra dietary requirements.

Just looking at their food makes us feel healthier.

READ MORE: How the Deanston Bakery became a Southside staple

Kcal Kitchen

Any hardcore fitness fans will already be very familiar with the Kcal Kitchen on West Regent Street.

Offering protein pancakes, goodness bowls and and 'air fried' chicken, they also break down the macros for each dish on their menu which means they can easily be factored into a meal plan.