Salads are great, especially in summer when lettuce is plentiful, cheap, and fresh. But after a while, all the chopping can get tedious, and trying to come up with different combinations of proteins, greens, garnishments, and dressings can get boring.
The good news is that there are a lot of ways to improve your recovery by eating healthy, which means you are not required to eat salads every day. The important thing is to get a range of nutrients in a way that is most bioavailable to the body to help you to repair after active addiction. This is best accomplished not through supplements – or by eating the same salad everyday – but by changing it up and rotating new foods into your diet.