Chef loses weight by changing his menu, not eating less

Being a big eater is part of the job for chef Jesse Schenker, but he says he lost 55 pounds by using behavioral concepts to change what he eats while not necessarily reducing the quantity. With the help of psychologist Stephen Gullo, Schenker was able to identify his trigger foods and swap unhealthy items that were high in sugars and fats for more healthy choices.

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