Hi, I'm posting something else I learnt on my detox week about the highest energy and most nutrition giving foods: Types of bean sprouts - alfalfa, adzuki, chickpea, lentil, mung, sesame, sunflower and many more (the white long beansprouts that you can buy in the shops aren't so good as they do something to make them white so growing your own is best or buying other types) Flowers - nastertiums and others (can add to salads or grow your own! and eat the whole flower) When food is sprouted - seeds, legumes, nuts and grains - the germination process predigests the seed and hugely increases its nutrient content, digestible enzymes and energy. Some nutrients can increase from 300-2000% as a sprout! Protein also increases by 15-30% during sprouting. It's easy to sprout your own beans and seeds if you buy them dreid - preferably organic but not always possible. You can eat them in salads, on top of a stir fry but best if they added raw. Another tip is try to eat at least 50% of your veggies raw and it's very important to eat raw veg / salad before cooked food otherwise your body produces leukocytes which are aimed at fighting infection in response to cooked food. Eating raw food first avoids this. When eating raw live foods, the enzymes in those foods are able to digest 5-75 of the food on their own. Enzymes are killed in any cooking or heating process of at least 48-65C Eating cooked food requires your body to use its own enzymes to break down the food and we have a limited supply of enzymes in our bodies. I'm growing my own sprouts now and am going to make some live hummus from chickpea sprouts. You can buy sprouting containers or use a jar with a pair of old tights over it. The sprouts must be soaked - usually overnight and then rinsed twice a day. Lots more info on the net though but it's really easy to do and something I think we should all try to help heal our bodies.