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Source: Daily Mail
Chefs are surrounded by food but many of them manage to stay slim. A new book titled "Smart Chefs Stay Slim" gives interesting insights into how top chefs stay in shape. I know the timing of this article is not the best, perhaps you can read this after Easter but definitely before Christmas.
'Many chefs also start the day with vegetables - sauteing fresh spinach can be done in the same pan in which you fry your egg.' Some chefs have also said they order starters at restaurants rather than main meals.
Naomi Pomeroy, owner of Portland's Beast restaurant leaves a decent part of her meal to take home with her as it helps to ensure smaller portion sizes are devoured at night.
Exercise is also important. Cat Cora does cycling, climbing, hiking, swimming and yoga.
Eric Ripert, chef and co-owner of New York's Le Bernardin restaurant has a different take, but then he is French. He was educated from a young age to eat good food - good quality ingredients, in moderation.