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by Helen HawkesI hate to cook and I’m not alone. While the slew of television shows that extol the merits of hours spent sourcing ingredients and toiling over a Miele oven may get some people’s digestive juices running, others are only too keen to outsource that kind of labour.

We’re not talking only special occasion, we’re talking regularly delivered or cooked meals. And, to up the ante, we’re also talking healthy, transformative meals designed in conjunction with dietitians or personal trainers, as well as gourmet chow.

At the head of the lunch and dinner queue in Sydney is the lithe and muscular Jordan Ponder, founder of Transform Health, a company that offers personal training, consultations with a dietitian, corporate catering and meals designed to enhance peak performance.

Favourite dishes among celebrity types such as Jessica Gomes and Nicole Trunfio include chicken and pumpkin salad, cauliflower and pumpkin curry and salmon tarator.

Ponder says the business takes a holistic approach in the kitchen by sourcing most of its produce locally and seasonally, and delivering “nutrient-dense, kilojoule-controlled meals”, fresh the same day, mainly to a health-conscious female market from their 20s to 50s.

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