Paris is one of the best places (next to Berlin and London) if you are looking for healthy hotspots (unfortunately quite expensive).
On every counter in the centre you probably find a Pret a Manger (best cappuccino!!), which you could also find in New York and Londen. This place is similar to EXKI (@exki) and Cojean (@cojeanrestaurants), which also have several locations in Paris. Last mentioned is famous for the açai bowls, but their superfood salads and green smoothies are also worth trying.
The “SLA” of Paris, Jour (www.jour.fr) is also not hard to miss; they have twelve locations in Paris. You can create your own salad or choose a pre-created one. The worst bad is choosing the dressing… so many!
Close to the metro Quatre Septembre (2nd department) you find a cute little juicebar called Juicerie (@juicerie.paris), where they, apart from the amazing açai bowl, also sell avocado bowls. Both quite reasonable priced!
For people who eat vegan or just love vegan food (like me), I have got a lot of recommendations. My favorite one is Brassiere 2ème Art (www.facebook.com/brasserie2emeartparis/) in the second department, the second branch of Brasserie Lola (which is in the 15th department). A typical French brasserie that serves vegan food all hours, like vegan kebab, pad thai, sandwiches, risotto, pizza and more.
*Wild & The Moon Wild Bar (@wildandthemoon) is also a good one in the third department, however I found it a little bit expensive. Probably because is it mainly raw. Whatsoever, the breakfast and lunch menu is quite unique and everything is organic and plant-based.
Le Trycicle Store (@letrycicle) is another vegan shop, including these amazing vegan hotdog, vegan bowls and natural juices.
Near Chatelet-Les Halles you have this warm and cosy vegan coffee shop called Cloud Cakes. Speciality is the cupcakes! Also open on Sunday (which is special is Paris ;)).
Oatmeal is boring you heard? Not if you went to Oatmeal (www.oatmealparis.com). 100% vegan food, including sweet (like vegan nutella) and savoury oatmeals accomplished with lattes with pumpkin spices, beet or matcha.
For lunch and/or dinner without going crazy healthy:
While strolling though the third department, I found this place Season (@seasonparis) by accident and fell in love. Very open, natural and cozy looking. Open from breakfast till dinner, best for late Sunday brunches including pancakes, matcha bowls and avocado toast. Also for take-away.
Hard not to mention, is this really famous brasserie with a lovely history, called Le Bouillon Chartier (www.bouillon-chartier.com/fr/) If you want to experience a real French restaurant, this is where you have to go. Experience it and you know what I mean. No reservations accepted, just waiting in line in front of the restaurant will make you more curious.