Life is busier than ever. The way we eat is changing, with people being increasingly conscious of the health outcomes from what they choose to eat. Trouble is, many are interested in food but choose to nourish themselves from sources other than their home kitchen. A revolutionary way of cooking is needed that can keep up with the speed of innovation of our modern food culture – food hacking. The book’s sole (and soul) purpose is to help you find a realistic and long-term way of eating that works for your unique beautiful body.
Consider Rosie Mansfield a meal architect – someone who has redesigned easier ways to create nourishing meals that fit into your fast-paced life. As a nutritionist, she can’t bear it when food is overly complicated or time-consuming. The essence of her work is to redesign the way you cook and eat. With busy lifestyles, we are all increasingly time-poor, easily overwhelmed and crave instant gratification.