What I Eat In a Day: Jennifer Aniston, Jaimie Alexander and More
Breakfast: A protein shake. "I'll put in bananas, cherries, blackberries, a greens powder, a collagen peptide, a little cacao powder, chocolate stevia drop and chocolate almond milk," she says. "You can see I like chocolate-flavored. I don’t like protein taste."
Morning snack: Aniston will grab a hard-boiled egg: "I'll have one a few hours after I have my shake."
Lunch: A favorite is seared ahi tuna with cucumber and lentil salad. "Maybe olive oil," she adds. "I use Bragg's amino acids to replace soy sauce."
Afternoon snack: If she gets hungry in the afternoon, the actress might grab a cheese stick "or a cup of soup" before dinner that night.
Dinner: She recently enjoyed roasted chicken with spiraled zucchini and pesto sauce. "Or Justin and I make pasta carbonara every couple of weeks," she says.
TRACEE ELLIS ROSS
"My favorite meal of the day is an early dinner/late lunch between 4 and 6 p.m.," says Ross. "I love going to one of my favorite restaurants once a week to have a glass of wine and a delicious meal." But she adds, "I don't restrict my eating to firm meal times. I eat in the same philosophy that I live with: joyfully!"
Breakfast: Special K cereal with almond milk.
Post-Workout Snack: Berry Power protein drink from Erewhon (contains almond milk, bananas, blueberries, dates and Vega protein powder).
Lunch: Hard-boiled egg with quinoa (seasoned with olive oil, salt and pepper) and sautéed zucchini mixed with crushed Brazil nuts.
Snack: Pink Lady apple and peanut butter. And later avocado toast (with lemon, crushed red pepper and salt on Udi’s bread).
Dinner: Broiled steak with olive oil, salt, pepper and oregano, and a side salad of arugula with apples, onions, olive oil and lemon.
Snack: Boulder Canyon potato chips and olives.
ROZONDA "CHILLI" THOMAS
"Every year for the past four years I have done Beachbody’s Ultimate Reset because I love the way I feel after the cleanse," the singer tells PEOPLE. "It comes with a great menu because you are still eating real food. The process opened my eyes to some different food choices out there that are healthy that I didn’t even know existed!"
Breakfast: Five-grain rolled oatmeal with flaxseed and fresh blueberries, sweetened with raw honey, along with baked tempeh for protein.
Lunch: Shakeology Strawberry flavor shake, boosted with frozen strawberries, 1 tsp. of coconut oil, organic dry-roasted peanut butter, goji berries and unsweetened almond milk.
Dinner: 2 cups of collard greens sautéed in olive oil with Himalayan salt, baked sweet potato and baked tempeh with organic mustard.
"I love chicken and fish; I eat lots of vegetables, healthy fats, low sugar fruits, cheese, and nuts. Some of my favorite things include parmesan-crusted chicken with cheesy cauliflower bake and tacos night with fresh guacamole. I have all the fixings and just use lettuce cups in place of tortillas," Milano says.
Breakfast: Protein shake (2 cups almond milk, 1 oz. whey protein powder, ½ small banana and ¼ tsp. cinnamon) and 1 cup coffee with 2 tbsp. almond milk.
Snack: Atkins Harvest Trail Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Bar and 1 to 2 cups herbal tea.
Lunch: 2 crab cakes over 3 cups baby greens with 2 tbsp. vinaigrette.
Snack: 2 oz. sliced chicken breast with 1 tbsp. aioli.
Dinner: 6 oz. salmon with 10 cherry tomatoes roasted with olive oil and 2 cups sautéed spinach sprinkled with pink salt.
"I grew up following the Mediterranean Diet – lots of vegetables, leafy greens, fruit, lean meat, more fish, grains and lots of hydrating," Cora tells PEOPLE.
Breakfast: Green smoothie with spinach, chia, 1 scoop protein powder, frozen berries, ½ banana and water.
Snack: 1 medium apple and a small handful of raw almonds.
Lunch: Kale and spinach salad with chicken breast diced with Healthy 8 chopped veggie mix.
Snack: Hummus with carrots and cucumbers.
Dinner: Salmon with faro and sautéed garlic, ginger, cilantro and edamame, and s small crisp salmon skin salad with balsamic vinegar.
Late night snack/ dessert: Berries with Greek yogurt and 1 teaspoon of agave.
"I don't deprive myself," says Lopez. "But I've learned the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle … I always have healthy snacks like fruit and vegetables with me."
Breakfast: BodyLab TastyShake Berry Berry Good smoothie. 1 scoop of BodyLab TastyShake, ¾ cup strawberries, ¼ cup blueberries, ¼ cup raspberries, ¼ cup Greek yogurt, ¼ tsp. cinnamon, ¼ tbsp. honey, ¼ tsp. fresh lemon juice, ¼ cup ice cubes.
Lunch: Kale salad with queso, 1 bunch of kale, large stems removed and leaves finely chopped, 2 tbsp. toasted pumpkin seeds, 2½ oz. crumbled queso, ½ tbsp. fresh lemon juice, 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil, ½ of a large shallot, minced, sea salt to taste.
Snack: A medium-size apple.
Dinner: 1 boneless, skinless grilled chicken breast with: ½ cup sautéed brussels sprouts and ½ cup baked yams with sea salt.
Dessert: Chocolate chip cookie.
"I have to eat smart to fuel my body through the day and well into the night," Griffin tells PEOPLE.
Breakfast: 16 oz. coffee with a double Nespresso shot, two packets of sweetener and splash of skim milk and 1 cup Cheerios with skim milk and a sliced banana.
Snack: Smoothie with ¼ cup blueberries, ¼ cup strawberries, handful of grapes, 1 cup orange juice and a Yakult probiotic shot, blended with ice.
Lunch: Cobb salad with lettuce, one boneless, skinless chicken breast, cherry tomatoes, crispy bacon, one hard-boiled egg, ¼ cup pine nuts and 2 tsp. low-fat Caesar dressing on the side.
Snack: Half an avocado drizzled with 1 tbsp. olive oil and sea salt, piece of sugar-free gum, sugar-free Red Bull.
Dinner: Well-done cheeseburger, diet cola, side salad.
Dessert: Low-fat Fudgsicle.
"I'm all about low-fat, high protein, gluten-free foods," the Millionaire Matchmaker star says. "I would rather eat a steak and sliced tomatoes more than anything, but I love chocolate, too. Or if I feel like eating bread one day, then I’m going to eat bread."
Breakfast: 1 large pancake made with Dr. Emma’s waffle amp syrup meal replacement, 2 egg whites, strawberries, blueberries, plus sugar-free syrup.
Snack: Lundberg rice chips with hummus.
Lunch: Scoop of tuna made with light mayo and lemon over a chopped vegetable salad with balsamic dressing and cold egg whites, diet cola.
Afternoon snack: Krave black cherry barbecue pork jerky.
Dinner: Homemade chicken chili with yellow mustard over zero-calorie yam noodles.
Late night snack/ dessert: One glass of my sweet red P.S. Match wine and a small piece of Alter Ego dark chocolate with sea salt.
"Consuming what's grown naturally has to be good for you," says the star. "I try to base most of my food choices on that principle."
Breakfast: ½ cup mixed-nut granola with 1 cup almond milk.
Lunch: Curried tofu and steamed broccoli.
Snack: Handful of red grapes.
Dinner: Fattoush salad with hummus and falafel.
"I don't deny myself a treat every now and then, like fresh chocolate chip cookies," says the actress. "Healthy eating should be part of your lifestyle rather than a chore you dread."
Breakfast: 1 cup of coffee with almond milk, protein smoothie with 1 scoop of Sunwarrior vanilla vegan protein and 2 cups of Califia Farms almond milk.
Lunch: "2 scrambled eggs with mushrooms, spinach, cheese and pesto and a corn tortilla with a dash of Vegenaise.
Snacks throughout the day: Organic Avenue juice with cucumber, kale and celery, 1 piece of fruit, 2 cups of arugula salad with olive oil, pink salt and a sprinkle of parmesan cheese, 1 chocolate chip cookie, half a cup of raw almonds, 1 cup of veggies with hummus dip.
Dinner: A piece of salmon, 1 cup steamed broccoli, ½ cup steamed carrots, ½ cup steamed green beans, 1 teaspoon of Earth Balance spread on the veggies with a dash of pink salt."