High-profile chefs including Jamie Oliver and Rocco DiSpirito have found uphill battles in their efforts to help Americans eat healthier, less-fattening diets, but many star chefs take the view that weight-watching is a matter of personal responsibility rather than a part of the chef's role, Josh Ozersky writes. "A chef's job is to make food delicious. If that means it is decadent and indulgent, so be it," says Chipotle executive chef Nate Appleman, who lost 90 pounds after changing his eating habits.

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