With 44 days left before Beyoncé’s headlining set at Coachella 2018, the singer announced via an Instagram post that she plans to go vegan for a month and a half of clean eating.
“44 days until Coachella!! Vegan Time!!” wrote the superstar in a post featuring a delicately-arranged circular avocado toast.
She then directed followers to 22 Days Nutrition, a vegan meal delivery service that Beyoncé co-owns with entrepeneur Marco Borges.
Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z previously underwent a 22-day challenge of eating only plant-based food. The idea for the 22 days system is that people take 21 days to break a habit, according to Borges.
How To Eat Plant-Based Long-Term!
It’s great that Beyonce’s decided to raise awareness about plant-based diets and reap the health benefits of clean eating temporarily. Here’s how you can do even better by planning a healthy, plant-based diet for the long term!
To start with, here are some quick tips on how to transition to a vegan diet. It can be helpful to find some delicious plant-based recipes to inspire you, especially ones that are easy and quick to make, like this One-Pot Pumpkin Chili or this Simple Barley Salad.
Once you start your plant-based diet, you’ll start to notice some of the great health benefits of eating a clean diet made up of whole foods! Here are some of the health benefits to look out for in just the first week.
If you’re worried about missing out on dairy products, fear not! There are a ton of dairy-free options that are delicious and have amazing health benefits. Try this Philly Cheesesteak Mac n’ Cheese or this decadent Peanut Butter Caramel Ribbon Golden Milkshake.
New to cooking at home? Check out these 13 Meatless Monday Meal Ideas for the Beginner Cook. And if you’re looking for an easy, nutritious breakfast on the go, take a look at How to Make a Basic, Beginner Green Smoothie that Rocks!
Hungry for more simple veggie tips like The Beginner’s Guide to Growing an Edible Garden? The Food Monster App can help. With over 10,000 recipes, you’ll always have something new to try. It’s available for both Androidand iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. Full of allergy-friendly recipes, subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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