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It's going to be hard to find pre-made smoothies that don't have any sweeteners. You can find a few protein powders to make your own, they'll be egg-based or pea protein based, I'm not sure of brand names.

You might also need to look at how your meals are composed. The meal template (available here: https://whole30.com/pdf-downloads/) is a good starting point, but it is a minimum, you are definitely welcome to eat more. You can eat two or more palm-sized servings of protein. 

Do focus on more calorie-dense foods. So, for vegetables, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, and other root vegetables, winter squashes like butternut or acorn squash, pumpkin, and plantains, all will have more calories than leafy greens. That's not to say don't eat salads, but be sure you're including other vegetables as well to increase the calories you're consuming.

Be sure you're adding fat to your meals. Avocados, olives, coconut, nuts, and seeds are great, but to add calories without adding volume to your meals, roast vegetables or stir fry them in oil, rather than steaming everything. Find some oil-based dressings or dips to use, like chimichurri or Whole30 compatible pesto over your meats or vegetables.

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