February 3, 2015
Um, excuse me, but in case you don’t have a Google alert set for “Beyonce” then let me break the news for you: Queen Bey is launching a new vegan delivery service. That’s right, y’all – bow down to the Queen, because she’s about to convert the entire world’s population to veganism. Called 22 Days Nutrition, the company is a joint venture from Beyonce and her personal trainer Marco Borges.
“I am so grateful that I took the challenge and credit Marco with leading by example,” said the Queen herself in a statement. “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.”
The new service is based on the idea that it takes 21 days to break a bad habit (which is actually a myth – it actually takes closer to 70 days to break a habit – but I mean whatever because Beyonce is virtue incarnate). This presumes, of course, that eating meat is a bad habit, which is kind of a struggle to accept, but we’ll get there together if we have enough faith in the Queen. At its core, though, the company is really aimed more at dispelling the false notion that vegans don’t get enough protein in their diets. By having people sign up for 22 Days of Nutrition, they’ll realize that there’s plenty of proteins to be found in things like beans, nuts, seeds, and grains.
According to the website, 22 Days of Nutrition meals will be 100 percent plant-based and delivered once a week to your door. You can choose to sign up for between one to three meals a day for the 22-day period. It can get pretty pricey, though, with each meal ranging on average between $9.76 and $15.68 depending on which plan you choose.
“All you have to do is try. If I can do it, anyone can.”
See – Bey’s confident that we can do it, bae. So, I mean, we’re signing up, right?
*This author does not actually like Beyonce very much, but he wants to stay relevant and hip, so he writes about her anyway. Here’s a GIF:
(H/T The Huffington Post)
Beyonce Image via Flickr / hotgossipitalia Under Creative Commons license.
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