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Since launching her “Move Ya Body” campaign in 2011 with First Lady Michelle Obama, Beyonce‘s been on a bit of a mission to encourage healthier eating in America. Queen Bey went vegan back in 2013, sparking a rebirth of the health food craze. Beyonce has partnered with her trainer Marco Borges to launch a new vegan meal delivery service called “22 Days Nutrition”. The service gets its name from the old saying that it takes 21 days to officially kick a bad habit.

According to the 22 Days Nutrition website, all meals will be 100% plant-based and delivered once a week. All ingredients will be non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free and organic. Prices for the meals will range from $9.76 to $16.50 each. There’s an endless selection of snacks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner plans.

The website also offers free daily plant-based meal tips and recipes, and I may or may not have signed up for their email list without a second thought. “All you have to do is try. If I can do it, anyone can,” Beyonce said via press release. The thought of such a strict diet would scare most away, but I recently tried vegan eating at a friend’s kickback one night, and it really is delicious! You won’t even realize there’s no meat, but even if you do, it’s so good that you won’t care.

“We all know the importance and value of eating plant-based foods but often times find ourselves trapped in a series of bad habits that sabotage optimum wellness,” says co-founder Borges. “The Vegan Meal Delivery program makes it easier to reset your habits with healthy and delicious plant-based foods.”

You can shop for your favorite meals here.

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In other Beyonce news, we could be watching the “Irreplaceable” singer grace the stage at this years Grammy Awards in a tribute to the film Selma, according to a release from Billboard.

Billboard is hearing that Beyonce will perform as part of a tribute to Selma during the telecast. (Reps for the Recording Academy and Beyonce did not immediately return requests for confirmation.) Common and John Legend — who are behind the Oscar-nominated Selma song “Glory” — are already announced as performers”

[Billboard]