41, was born in California and is considered one of the best tennis players in the world.

Venus Williams,

After being diagnosed with Sjogren’s Syndrome, Williams cleaned up her diet to help her manage her symptoms.

Although she eats a primarily vegan diet, she admits to being a “chegan” and occasionally has cheat meals that are not vegan.

She also shared her daily meal plan. She is not a morning person so she does not usually eat breakfast, although she has something light, like a protein shake.

She also has smoothies for lunch if she is busy. If she has time to cook, she eats healthy carbs like rice and sweet potatoes.

Williams is a big fan of salads and loves to eat Caesar salads while on the go because they are easy to make.

When she is rushing around between meetings and practice, she often nourishes herself with kale chips and green juices.

Her favorite vegan protein drink is filled with coconut milk, chunks of frozen fruit, and vegan protein powder.

Because it is hard to find good vegan protein powder on the market, Williams co-founded her own company called Happy Viking, which makes protein powder that is vegan and free of soy, gluten, dairy, lactose, GMOs, and artificial additives.