TOO MANY DIETS set high, unachievable standards, then blame you for failing to meet them. Not only are those instructions bullshit, but they stress you out.
That’s why we created a simple, way more realistic guide to help you eat better without all the absurdity.
The Lazy Diet is a surprising, easy, and totally satisfying way to eat right. Here’s how to follow it.
Embrace Ready-to-Eat Meals.
Paleo, Whole 30, Keto—they often tell you to avoid packaged foods. But this stuff can be nutritious and pre-portioned, which “automatically reduces calories without thinking,” says Spencer Nadolsky, D.O., chief physician at Renaissance Periodization.
For breakfast, try premade shakes.Core Power Protein Milk Shake
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This smooth-tasting drink houses 26 grams of protein per bottle.
If you’re avoiding (or can’t handle) dairy, these almond-milk-based shakes have 18 grams of protein.
For lunch, try soup.Campbell’s Well Yes! Power Southwest Style Chicken Soup
One microwaveable tub has 13 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber.
Pacific Foods Organic Plant Based Vegetable Lentil & Roasted Red Pepper Soup
It contains a mighty 14 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber per can.
For dinner, try canned fish.Wild Planet Wild Mackerel Fillets
This is also rich in omega-3’s and loaded with 21 grams of protein per tin.
Scout Ontario Trout With Dill
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For snacks, try these.Whisps Cheddar Cheese and Pretzel Bites
They’re crunchy discs of real-cheesy goodness. A large handful offers 7 grams of protein.
Applegate Natural Organic Uncured Genoa Salami Bites
A serving contains seven grams of protein, and they’re made with organic pork.
Wonderful Pistachios No Shells, Sea Salt & Vinegar
The oooweee-tart flavor busts up the boredom of snacking on nuts without piling on the sugar.
Think Inside a Box.
Meal-delivery services are still an easy way to eat well without stress. We picked these based on the time you have.
Simple, no-cook, ready-to-eat meals. You can even order cooked proteins or vegetables by themselves, if you want to keep things really basic.
Its offerings are frozen but reheat well, especially the flat-breads, which benefit further from leftover sliced grilled…