After some well-deserved merrymaking—and, ahem, overindulgence—in the days leading up to January 1, why not turn a new leaf with a healthy meal delivery service designed to take the hassle (the shopping and schlepping; cooking and cleaning) out of eating well? Luckily, there are more options than ever to set the mind and gut at ease. Take your pick: From a line of global-inspired breakfasts, lunches, and dinners to a supermodel-approved renewal program, fuss-free nutritious dining is easier than ever—and will ensure you stride into the decade feeling (and looking) your best.
Sakara Life’s Instagram-friendly prepackaged meals have long been the fashion flock’s go-to for a quick three- or five-day refresh. But if a more major overhaul is on the mind, look no further than their 10-Day Reset kit. Letting you reap the benefits of the Lily Aldridge–approved holistic program from the comfort of your own kitchen, the DIY kit comes equipped with Sakara’s signature blue spirulina detox bars, daily probiotic blends, beauty water concentrates, and three easy-to-recreate recipes each day—like garlic tahini kale fritters and rainbow summer rolls—that look just as good as they taste.
Designed to take the hassle out of preparing dinner, Sun Basket’s pre-prepped program features nutritious meals that will have dinner on the table in 10 minutes or less (no chopping or measuring required!). Here, organic produce and proteins take center stage in meals such as salmon and quinoa bowls and chicken breasts with olive leek sauce and sautéed kale.
According to Hungryroot, a personalized grocery service that launched in 2015, eating healthily is not only easy but tasty, too. Delivering a box of fresh easy-to-make foods, ranging from washed and chopped vegetables to nutritious noodles made from chickpeas or red lentils, the four-year-old company gives you everything you need to whip up a home-cooked meal—without ever having to brave the supermarket.
Think of Urban Remedy’s Metta-Morphosis program as a total body reset for the year ahead. Originally created with the help of Angela Lindvall (a fan of the company’s plant-centric meals, along with Cindy Crawford and Kate Upton), this holistic program combines guided morning and evening meditation, daily movement classes led by dance and yoga teachers, and empowering videos with clean, low-glycemic juices, soups, and salads delivered right to your door.
When Daily Harvest first launched in 2015, it brought new innovation and health consciousness to the frozen food section with its line of ready-to-blend superfood smoothies. Last month, the superfood subscription service added more savory soups to its roster, which has also expanded to include the likes of chia puddings and nourishing harvest bowls. The preservative-free vegetarian medleys, which can be popped in the microwave for just five minutes, are available in a handful of comforting flavors, including green chickpea and kale curry, cauliflower and leek stew, and mushroom and miso.
For New Yorkers and Angelenos looking to indulge (responsibly), there’s no better service to turn than The Culinistas, which will send a culinary-trained chef, with fresh ingredients in hand, to your home to prepare a selection of wholesome dishes from a menu of your choosing—making sure, of course, to leave the kitchen spotless. Best of all, the fridge will be stocked with six carefree meals to mix and match throughout the week. Sign us up.
Those looking to make a home-cooked meal but also cut down on the amount of time spent running around grocery stores and farmers’ markets should consider signing up for Green Chef, a USDA-certified organic delivery service that comes with premeasured ingredients, premade sauces, and pre-chopped vegetables. Choose from a wealth of plans—Paleo, plant-powered, keto—for fuss-free entrées at your doorstep.
Encouraging a plant-based lifestyle, Purple Carrot’s healthy meal delivery service offers two- and four-serving plans, which arrive in recyclable packaging and center around seasonal vegan recipes, like butternut ramen or kimchi mushroom fried rice. Bonus: Five-minute breakfast and lunch options (think: orange tahini overnight oats) can be added on for a stress-free week of feel-good eating.
Originally Appeared on Vogue