Chef gets healthy by kicking bad eating habits

After chef Jesse Schenker discovered his uncontrollable eating behaviors had propelled him into obesity, he sought the help of psychologist Stephen Gullo, who helped him understand his consumption habits and how to change them. After cutting back on carbohydrates, sugar and certain fats, and adding protein-laden foods such as shrimp and Greek yogurt, Schenker dropped 55 pounds while still being able to live the food-centric life of a chef.

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