If you’re dedicated to eating healthier but can’t see yourself chopping vegetables every day and setting reminders to take supplements, then these 10 health foods perfect for the lazy eater were made for you.
This little bottle packs six pounds of kale with just 110 calories. You’ll feel just as full as if you’d eaten an enormous bowl of greens (because you kind of did), but it will only take you a few minutes to gulp it down.
The hot foods serve-yourself bar can get pricey, and you know you end up bringing home more than you were hungry for. But the brown rice bowls in the packaged prepared-foods section run just around $7 to $8 and pack in the perfect amount of protein, brown rice and vegetables. For $7 you can get a fast-food burger and fries, or this.
This bright and delicious smoothie contains a whole orange, half a banana, almost two apples and almost a whole mango. With almost 32 grams of protein and just under 500 calories in a bottle, it’s the perfect on-the-go breakfast smoothie.
Did you ever think you’d get health points for eating a cookie? Next time you’re at a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, instead of grabbing a buttery croissant with your coffee, pick up one of these cookies, each with around 16 grams of protein, zero trans fat and zero cholesterol. Even better — they’re vegan!
Remembering to scoop chia seeds out of the plastic bins at the grocery store is hard enough, not to mention remembering to spoon them into your smoothies and cereal. With just 150 calories per bottle and almost no sugar, this drink makes consuming thousands of these powerful little seeds easy and tasty.
You’ll never batter your eggplant with Italian breadcrumbs again after you try these. This Japanese-style breadcrumb is significantly lighter than regular breadcrumbs with just 110 calories in half a cup and, it’s ready to go, so you don’t have to do any crumbling.
Hotdogs are the lazy eater’s best friends, but they’re not your arteries’ best friends. Applegate makes an organic hotdog that is gluten-free, sugar-free, casein-free and dairy-free, has about half the fat of a normal hotdog, and packs in omega-3 fatty acids.
If you can’t kick your soda habit, at least swap in this fizzy beverage. Made with real ginger, this drink can be your digestive aid disguised as your lunchtime drink. One bottle contains 60 calories with spices such as coriander and cardamom, which have added health benefits.
If you are a lazy eater, then chances are you swear off rice altogether. Who has time to wait for rice to absorb the water? Who has time to check it’s not burning the bottom of the pot? This organic frozen brown rice microwaves to perfection in just three minutes, and costs just $3.99 for a box of six cups of rice.
If you crave a patty on a bun several times a week, you could quickly drop pounds by switching to this patty. With just 110 calories per patty, 18 grams of protein, one gram of carbs and three grams of fat, you’ll feel satisfied and light after eating these.