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Make Healthy Eating Easy

by Olivia Wong


January calls for resets and detoxes, but you might not think they're fun. What if I told you that gone are the days of bland, cardboard tasting healthy food?


The term "eat the rainbow" refers to the multitude of colors from eating different fruits and vegetables. Not only do they provide eye popping colors, but also mouthwatering flavors and vitamins. There are so many ways to mix and match that it will never get boring or bland. Here are some easy combinations to get you started, and best of all, is that you can eat them on their own or as a side dish alongside your favorite entrees.


quinoa + kale or spinach + hummus + olives + capers + Fullei Fresh sprouts


brown rice + tomatoes + chopped nuts + pepitas + chives or scallions + Fullei Fresh Organic Crunchy Mix + olive oil + lemon juice (served cold)


spring mix + tomatoes + corn kernels + falafels + hummus + Fullei Fresh sprouts


steamed broccoli + roasted Fullei Fresh Organic Sprouted Garbanzo Beans + sauteed mushrooms with minced garlic


sauteed onions + mushrooms + Fullei Fresh bean sprouts + soy sauce


What combinations are you making? Share pictures with us on social media #fulleifresh #sprouts


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