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Is Beyoncé becoming the next Gordon Ramsey?

Well, not quite. But she is, however, turning her talents to the world of diet home delivery products. Some may think this odd, but if you think about it for a little longer it makes perfect sense. Who better is there in the world to represent a nutritionally balanced set of ready-made meals than the Queen of curves herself? If ever there was celebrity who could inspire people to eat right, and pay a substantial amount of money for it in the process, then it is Queen Bey.

It is worth noting that this diet is based centrally around becoming a vegan, at least for the 22 days that the meal plan is based on. Sure to be a hit with modeling agencies in New York (Beyoncé’s home town) and fans across the country, the regimen entitled 22 Days Nutrition, claims that it will spend 21 days breaking down the bad eating habits that most of us possess in one way or another.

All of the meals are 100% vegetal and are also gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, not to mention completely organic. So far, so good, but this definitely sounds like it’s going to be pricey. And with a lowest price of $9.24 per meal, it probably isn’t an eating plan to be taken on by those of us on a budget. However, seeing as you can choose to have either one or three meals delivered per day over the course of the 22 days, that does leave people with options to take it on in as little or as a great a capacity as the see fit. In Beyoncé’s own words: “All you have to do is try. If I can do it, anyone can.” Don’t get me wrong, I adore Beyoncé but when I liken myself to her I am somewhat stumped on the similarity front so I’m not quite sure how true this statement actually is. I appreciate the sentiment though – there is hope for all of us!

So what exactly can we expect from the dishes in this 22-day plan? With options ranging from ‘mac’n’cheese’ to curry-fried rice to vegan fajitas, it certainly does look super-tasty. There is also the added bonus that there have been experiments conducted to show that eating vegan can have significant benefits for your health, including lowered cholesterol and blood pressure. A great way to keep your heart healthy. The only issue that vegan’s tend to suffer with is a deficiency of protein (mainly due to a lack of meat) but the advocators of this diet strongly underline that “plant-based foods are a good source of protein”. There you have it.

We haven’t quite jumped on the bandwagon with other modeling agencies in NYC yet to try this one out – especially seeing as it is still so hot off the press – but we can’t wait to hear from you guys if you try out this plan and see some positive effects happening. All hail, Queen Bey!

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