Suni usually starts her day off with eggs and sausage or eggs and bacon, but she doesn’t keep to a tight menu. “It usually ranges because I can’t eat the same thing every single day,” she admits.
Sometimes she’ll mix it up and add in a smoothie. Her blend of choice is a strawberry banana smoothie with vanilla protein powder.

For lunch, Suni can have a salad. These days, she’s been into protein and quinoa bowls. “I pretty a good deal eat something,” she provides. “i am not a certainly picky eater.”

Still, due to her education, Suni attempts to take heed to what she eats. Though she’s by no means observed a selected food plan, according to se, she attempts to stay faraway from carbs, fried meals, and chocolates, and consumes plenty of protein to aid muscle healing, she says.

When it comes to snacks, Suni admits she’s definitely a snacker, especially when she’s training. “When I’m in practice, we have like a really big snack bar,” she says. And the snack bar has the works.

She often reaches for pita chips and hummus, cheesesticks (Colby Jack is her favorite), banana chips, and almonds. To keep up with the protein intake, Suni likes to snack on protein wafers.

She adds that good cheese with salami, and crackers is her “favorite snack all day, every day.”

After going hard all day, Suni is all about replenishing after working out, so she’ll likely turn to something like a steak at the end of the day. She typically pairs it with a side of greens, whether that’s Brussels sprouts or green beans.

Finally, when it comes to dessert, Suni keeps it sweet and simple. “I love ice cream. That’s my go-to. Or like a milkshake,” she says. “I don’t really like chocolate, so I won’t eat a chocolate cake or anything like that.”

Her favorite flavor? That’s easy: It’s strawberry. “I like to think that it’s healthier because it’s strawberry, right?” Now that is a golden mentality.