I usually have a bottle of water as soon as I get up and then make a coffee or latte with almond milk. Then, I make scrambled eggs, black beans, avocado, and salsa if I'm really hungry or have yogurt with blueberries and almonds with a bit of honey. For lunch, I'll try to have a salad with a bit of protein like tuna or chicken and maybe half of a banana with almond butter for dessert. For dinner I'll have salmon fillet with steamed veggies like carrots and broccoli and finish with some chocolate almond popcorn squares for dessert.
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