Dr. Fuhrman’s diet-style is most often based on three meals a day with no snacking. Many active people find it important to get into the habit of eating a healthy breakfast; however, if you have lower caloric needs or are not hungry in the morning, it is perfectly acceptable to skip breakfast and just have a glass of water or veggie juice or a piece of fruit. Depending on your life style, you may decide to eat a late breakfast (earlier lunch). The recipes for all these purposes include quick fruit salads, good-for-you bars, and hearty, warm oatmeal with berries, nuts, and seeds. When you take time to slow down, you can enjoy yummy muffins, scrambled tofu with veggies, and creamy breakfast puddings made with antioxidant-rich seeds and whole grains.