Art Smith could be a poster child for LYFE Kitchen, a new brand banking on the notion that people want to take control of their lives and eat better. Two years ago, diabetic and wrestling with off-the-chart blood sugar levels, the 51-year-old had a wakeup call. Smith, known for his Table Fifty-Two and Art and Soul restaurants in Chicago and Washington, DC (and for being one-time personal chef to Oprah Winfrey) hired a health coach who steered him toward a more sensible diet and pushed him ...
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