#Grazia10: Come To Our ‘How To Eat Right For Now’ Talk

#Grazia10: Come To Our 'How To Eat Right For Now' Talk


by Alya Mooro |
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Can you believe we've reached the ripe (young) age of 10? Yes, a decade ago Grazia launched to a chorus of: 'A weekly glossy? Are you mad? It will never work!' Oh, how those words were eaten. Almost overnight Grazia became a publishing sensation, an agenda and trend-setting eyes, ears and mouthpiece for every upscale woman in the country. We've been the magazine everyone from prime ministers to fashion luminaries has wanted to speak to, and we hope you'll agree that we've delivered the finest and fastest edit of news, fashion and beauty, week in and week out.

So to celebrate our ten years at the top do you think we'd just make do with a glass of Prosecco and a bit of cake? Hell no! We're marking our 10th birthday by launching #Grazia10, a three-week celebration which encompasses an exhibition and series of talks called Ten Talks at London's esteemed Getty Images Gallery. Combining Grazia's unique design with Getty Image's iconic imagery, #Grazia10 takes visitors on an interactive journey through the pages of the magazine and the fastest-paced decade the world has seen. Futureproof your wardrobe, go down fashion memory lane with our wall of It bags and choose your favourite outfit and London designer of the decade. Meanwhile, our Ten Talks will feature panel events and inspirational speakers debating everything from feminism to fashion, relationships to careers. And the best bit? We want you to join us!

How To Eat Right For Now

**Friday 27th February Doors 12.30pm. Talk 1pm-2pm **

Sales of healthy eating cookbooks have doubled, kale is cool and the Nutribullet is the kitchen gadget du jour – and it's all down to a small group of ‘superfoodies’ changing the way we eat: Ella Woodward of blog Deliciously Ella, sisters and food writers Melissa and Jasmine Hemsley, Natasha Corrett, founder of Honestly Healthy, and Jamie Oliver’s protégée Anna Jones.

In the talk, the panel will discuss their philosophies to eating well and how we can all fit this into our everyday lives. We'll be picking their brains to find out their store cupboard staples, must have ingredients, healthy food swaps, foolproof recipes and clever kitchen tricks. There'll also be an opportunity to buy their books at the end of the event.

Ella Woodward

Ella Woodward
Ella Woodward

Ella Woodward is the author of must-read healthy food blog www.deliciouslyella.com whose story of how she cured herself from a debilitating illness through food has become legendary. She has created a hugely successful app to accompany the blog, and runs regular cookery classes and supper clubs. Her first book of recipes, Deliciously Ella, published by Yellow Kite, is out now. Ella is 23-years-old and lives in London.

Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley

Melissa And Jasmine Hemsley

Sisters Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley are food lovers with a passion for wellness and delicious, nutrient-dense cooking. Their London-based family business has grown vastly since its beginnings in 2010 as a bespoke food delivery service. As well as being authors of the international bestselling cookbook The Art of Eating Well, Jasmine and Melissa cook and consult for celebrities and high-profile events around the world. Teaching people how to lead healthier, more energised lives remains at the heart of the Hemsley + Hemsley philosophy. The Art of Eating Well (nominated for National Book Awards Food and Drink book of the year) is their best-selling first cookbook packed with over 150 nourishing and fun recipes that are free from grain, gluten and refined sugar. The Hemsley spiralizer which makes noodles and spaghetti-like spirals out of vegetables is out now www.hemsleyandhemsley.com. @HemsleyHemsley

Natasha Corrett

Natasha Corrett

Natasha Corrett is one of this country¹s top health experts, renowned for making healthy food that looks and tastes fantastic. She is also a best-selling cookery writer. Natasha is a believer in the health benefits of eating an alkaline-based diet. It was this discovery four years ago that prompted her to launch her hugely popular Honestly Healthy website honestlyhealthyfood.com and Fridge Fill meal delivery service. Thousands have now followed her lead, including celebrity fans Victoria Beckham, Robbie Williams, Lily Allen, Fearne Cotton, Millie Mackintosh and Mel C. Natasha has just published her third book Honestly Healthy Cleanse , a cookbook for food-lovers who want to look and feel fabulous. In a world full of processed and sugar-dense food, gourmet vegetarian chef Natasha has created four cleansing recipe plans suitable for every occasion to help you get back on track.

Anna Jones

Anna Jones

One grey, late-for-work day, Anna Jones decided to quit her office job after reading an article about following your passion. Within days, she had a place on the training programme at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in London. After earning her stripes there, she went to chef at Le Caprice in London and also cooked in Spain and the Chianti fields of Tuscany. She then returned to the Jamie Oliver family to work as his food stylist, writer and food creative on books, TV shows and food campaigns where she cooked in all sorts of places, from East End school kitchens and Sydney beaches to American Indian reservations. She helped shape up the fattest town in America, led cooking classes at the TED talks and cooked for rock stars, royalty and the G20 at Downing Street. Anna now works independently as a stylist and food writer in London. She has worked with some of the best-loved cooks and chefs of our time, from Antonio Carluccio, Mary Berry and Stevie Parle and has also worked with some of the country’s biggest food brands, including Daylesford, Leon and innocent drinks, for whom she wrote 'Hungry? The innocent recipe book for filling your family with good stuff'. Published by Fourth Estate, A Modern Way to Eat is her first solo book, her second book will be published in August 2015. Anna lives, writes and cooks in Hackney, East London.

**Tickets cost £10, with £2 going to Cash For The Kids. **** Please note tickets for this talk are now SOLD OUT. More may be added soon so do keep checking back.



Please drop in to the free exhibition or book a place at a TenTalk. The exhibition runs from 23rd February - 14th March and is open to the public Monday ­ Friday (10am-5.30pm), Saturday (12-5.30pm). Please note the gallery is closed when the #Grazia10talks are on.

**See the current list of other available Tentalks and ticket links below. Check back here as more talks will be announced soon.


What Is Love Anyway?

Feminism: Now, Then & Tomorrow

Meet The Newsmakers

Predict Your Career Future

A Lot Can Happen In Ten Years In Conversation With Sam McKnight

The Changing Faces Of Celebrity

Technology - Friend Or Foe?

What Should Be In Your Make Up Bag Now? With Make Up Artist Wendy Rowe

Please note that tickets are limited. More tickets may be available to purchase at a later date. Please check Grazia’s Twitter and Facebook updates for more info.

**Can't make these? Don't fret! **If you do miss out on tickets to any of the events, you can enjoy #Grazia10 highlights every day right here at Graziadaily.co.uk.

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