Thanks for the post. It all depends on what I'm doing that day. I lean hard towards a raw vegan diet, because it makes me feel extremely energetic and clear headed, but it is hard socially to eat like this so I eat whatever when I'm with friends or family.
After I got my juicer a typical day would be: 2 cups of fresh squeezed carrot juice (1lb carrots), 2 cups of grapefruit juice (2 grapefruits) and 2 cups of plain orange juice 4 bananas and 1lb of strawberries blended into a fresh smoothie. Interesting note: When you juice, it's close to accurate if you just consider what the carbs are in the fruit before you juice it and calibrate your insulin use from that, e.g. you don't need to subtract the fiber.
This is a perfect breakfast for climbing days (and really busy work days) because you digest it quickly and feel light, energetic, and really focused shortly thereafter. Though I may add some peanut butter or something for the protein. Now, if I'm doing endurance training, running, cycling, or something that requires a lot of physical stamina, I may add oatmeal or rice to the mix in the morning. But I have to let that digest awhile before I can gain good benefits from it. If I'm lounging around the house then it's the mystery meat and the "no name fair game" box in fridge