My diet is terrible right now and I'm trying to figure out how to improve it. I'm eating a lot of microwave meals, snack bars, and hummus -- things that take very little/no preparation. I have very little vegetables, fruit, or meat (complete protein) each week and I feel sick and terrible. Two big obstacles in my way of eating better: 1. I'm mostly couch bound and have little stamina for cooking/preparing meals. I definitely don't have the stamina for cooking every day (or even most days). Batch cooking is something I could *potentially* do but it would ruin me for days afterward so not sure if it would be truly helpful. 2. I despise cooking. I really hate it. it's not my thing and never has been. It's a perpetual chore that I get zero enjoyment out of and I'd much rather clean or do other work around the house, given the option. With both of these factors working against me, I'm not sure how to incorporate better nutrition into my body. I bought a big tub of "Garden of Life Raw Meal" recently, with the hopes of making meal replacement smoothies, but I had a serious allergic reaction to something in it and had to go to the ER I don't know what I reacted to (I'm guessing it was one of the enzymes in the mix) but I have no way of knowing for sure. Does anyone have ideas for how to make this easier or how to better supplement my nutrient intake? I'm desperate for a way to eat better that won't completely ruin me. ETA: Just for clarification, I'm hoping to get more vitamins, minerals, fiber, and beneficial compounds in my diet, since I'm mostly eating processed stuff now.