I just had one of my favorite breakfast smoothies and wanted to share the idea with you. I have some very healthy eaters/doctors at church that told me about this a couple years back when we just kept getting one illness after another. It's supposed to boost your immune system. I think it tastes great. All but one of my children agree. I couldn't find my camera, so I grabbed these pictures off the internet. My shake doesn't look quite as green, but you can tweak it how you like it.
Along with breakfast, I always eat a handful of raw nuts (almonds, walnuts) and if I have enough money for citrus fruit, then I eat a grapefruit or drink some lemon juice. My kids all love citrus fruit. I'd do oranges, but we seem to never get good ones where we live, and I'm so tired of wasting my money on them.
Of course if Pat is home and cooking, then we have omelets, pancakes, waffles, french toast, hashbrowns, etc. I love those breakfasts. Just not what they do to me!
Random other tips: if I eat something sweet that I shouldn't have then I drink a Tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in maybe a cup of water. It restores the acidic/alkaline levels in your body that the sugar will throw off, and it's really good for you.
Also, I've pretty much stopped eating cheddar cheese. I've switched the kids over to mozzarella, and I eat that or cottage cheese. One of my favorite lunches is cottage cheese with green chile on top (hey I live in NM!) and maybe some salt and pepper. It's really good, and these cheeses are much healthier for your body. I'm not trying to be preachy, because I mess up ALL THE TIME. But these changes really have made a difference that I can feel and see.