Eating healthy doesn't not need to be complicated.
If you don't have the time or desire to follow a recipe . . . then don't.
For today's lunch I simply filled a pot with two inches of water and turned on the stove burner. As the water was coming to a rolling boil, I placed broccoli florets, some mushrooms, and a few quartered tomatoes in a bamboo steamer basket. [Just make sure the circumference of the pot is smaller than the basket(s).]
As soon as the water came to a boil, I put the steamer basket of vegetables on the pot and covered it with its lid.
I set the timer for 5 minutes--and then turned off the fire. Then I allowed it to steam for another five minutes.
For "dessert" I put equal amounts of frozen black cherries and pineapple into the VitaMix with some water. After blending it for about 20 seconds, I had a delicious sorbet.
Cherries, broccoli, and tomatoes are all good for the circulatory system--and cooked mushrooms will continually stop the growth of cancer cells. (Raw mushrooms are toxic; always eat them cooked.)
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." -Hippocates