Not enough vegetables
Vegetables are good for you for dozens of reasons; people who don’t eat vegetables are at greater risk of just about every disease, particularly cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Vegetables are also a valuable source of fibre, and if you’re not eating grains and cereals, you’ll be relying on vegetables for fibre.
If you eat eggs for breakfast, please have some vegetables with them. I usually cook extra vegetables for dinner and save some to have with eggs the next morning. It makes things faster and easier in the mornings.
When you eat a salad, please try to use a wide variety of different vegetables. Most people stick to the same few vegetables every day. That can get boring and it also means you are restricting your intake of nutrients.
How about consuming vegetables you may never have tried or don’t eat regularly, such as fennel, kohl rabi, endive, chicory, beetroot, bitter melon, sugar snap peas, etcetera. Fresh herbs are also delicious in salads, such as basil, dill, coriander or watercress.