Say Halo to Beyoncé's New Home-Delivery Meal Service

Dream of having a body like Beyoncé’s? Well, dream on. But now you can have meals tailored to her diet regime delivered to your door.
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Photo by: Christopher Polk ©2009 Getty Images

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Dream of having a body like Beyoncé’s? Well, dream on, dreamgirls. But now, at least, you can follow her diet regime and have it delivered to your door.

The most-nominated woman in Grammy Awards history (calm down, Kanye) has just launched a vegan home-delivery meal service, 22 Days Nutrition, in partnership with her trainer and exercise physiologist Marco Borges. The meal program, based on Borges’ “22 Days Nutrition challenge,” which Beyoncé and Jay-Z embarked on back in the winter of 2013, is based on the idea that it takes 21 days to make or break a habit, meaning that, on day 22, you’ve more or less locked in a good habit (put a ring on it!) or kicked a bad habit to the curb.

The 22 Days Nutrition meals, delivered once a week with one-, two- and three-meals-a-day options, are “100% plant-based, made with organic ingredients, non-GMO, gluten free, soy free and dairy free” as well as “naturally low in fat, sugar and salt and filled with flavor from whole-foods such as vegetables, beans, grains, herbs and spices,” according to a press release.

Meals, like Winter Beans with Zesty-Parsley Quinoa, Sesame Cabbage Lentil Bowl and Curried Fried Rice with Vegetables, ranging in price from $9.76 to $16.50 each, are designed to help users reach the overall goal of eating simple, healthy food, with the promise of more energy and productivity.

“If I can do it, anyone can,” Beyoncé said of the program.

Because, listen, what can she do that the rest of us can’t? (Yes, I am being sarcastic.)

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