Attention: The Beyoncé diet has arrived in the form of 22 Days Nutrition, a vegan food delivery service launched by the singer herself, Time reports. And, like Bey, it's basically magic: It requires no work other than reheating the plant-based dishes that arrive at your house weekly. Easy. Flawless.
Beyoncé partnered with her trainer Marcos Borges to create the line of organic meals that are non-GMO, gluten-, soy-, and dairy-free. Dish examples include a sesame-cabbage lentil bowl, ratatouille pasta with pesto, and an almond blueberry breakfast loaf.
The idea came after Bey herself did the 22 Days Nutrition challenge in winter 2013, according to a press release. The challenge is rooted in the idea it takes 21 days to break or make habits, and during that period, Beyoncé ate just plant-based foods.
"I am so grateful that I took the challenge and credit Marco with leading by example," Beyoncé said in the release. "He is the most energetic person I know and it's all because of his decision to live a healthy lifestyle. He came up with a great program to get people motivated to make better nutritional choices. All you have to do is try. If I can do it, anyone can. I am excited to partner with him."
The meals cost $9.76 to $16.50. Plans include one-, two-, or three-meal-a-day options. Find out more about Beyoncé's service here.
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Alyssa Bailey is the news and strategy editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees coverage of celebrities and royals (particularly Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton). She previously held positions at InStyle and Cosmopolitan. When she's not working, she loves running around Central Park, making people take #ootd pics of her, and exploring New York City.
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