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Have a fruit smoothie (with a leaf of lettuce) for breakfast or if you don't have time to prepare it in the morning, you can get it put together the night before and refrigerate it until morning. Just shake it up before drinking and breakfast is served! If you want to eat your usual breakfast, just drink a small glass of smoothie a few minutes before your usual breakfast and see how you feel as you go on with your day. If you have any of the smoothie left over, put it in a thermos to take along with you for a mid-morning snack.
Keep a vase of fresh herbs (basil, oregano, cilantro, etc) to add to your favorite dishes.
Buy some sprouts or microgreens (or grow your own) for a super burst of micronutrients to any meal. You will never know they are there, but your body will feel them.
Add sprouted garbanzo beans, adzuki beans, mung beans or sprouted lentils to any dish.
They give some crunch and are packed with essential protein and nutrients.
Eat some raw sauerkraut or other fermented veggies with your meals. Fermented veggies are high in Vitamin C, K2 and B12 and they help your body to digest a heavy meal.