Ivanka Trump attends President Donald Trump's strategy and policy forum with chief executives of major U.S. companies at the White House in Washington, Feb. 3, 2017. Reuters

Ivanka Trump has kept a busy schedule in recent months attending meetings and public political events to push for childcare and family initiatives. So when it comes to food and diet, one can be sure that the first daughter prioritizes healthy meals and family time.

The mom of three revealed her complete morning routine to My Routine, stating that she liked to get a workout in early before the kids were up at 7 a.m. For breakfast, Trump prefers a simple start.

In the mornings, she will drink a large glass of water with lemon and a big cup of coffee at breakfast. Breakfast meals she makes for the family are typically one of two options: Greek yogurt and berries or oatmeal with any number of toppings, including chia seed, cinnamon, goji berries, walnuts and almonds.

Keeping a healthy diet was not always a part of the Trump’s routine. Prior to pregnancy, the first daughter loved carbs. “I ate like a teenager … carbs three times a day usually in the form of pasta or pizza,” she told Shape. After becoming pregnant with Arabella, she decided to switch things up, and consumed healthy proteins like fish or chicken and ate more salads and veggie soups.

Trump and husband, Jared Kushner, are both Orthodox Jews and have been said to keep a kosher kitchen. The first daughter even publishes traditional recipes on her website, like a broccoli kugel.

The first daughter’s health coach, Maria Marlowe, recently divulged some of her coaching strategies in an interview in February with the Washington Post. The two met “many years ago” and Marlowe eventually became Trump’s corporate wellness coach for her company. Despite Trump’s hectic schedule, she prioritizes healthy habits.

“It was clear that Ivanka takes her health seriously. It’s important that we see positive influences, including those in the spotlight who work hard to also balance work and family with an emphasis on staying healthy,” Marlowe said.

One dieting trick Trump won’t be opting for? A juice cleanse. “I tried a juice cleanse, and it was a total disaster,” she told Shape. “For the eight hours that I lasted, I felt like I was on the brink of starvation. For me, it’s about making the right choice.”