"Your food plan should fit your lifestyle. Not the other way around." - Lauren Slayton, M.S. R.D.

Lauren Slayton, M.S. R.D. is the founder of Foodtrainers and the author of the book "The Little Book of Thin" (Perigee 2014). She believes you already know how to eat healthy—her mission is to close the gap between what you know and what you do. She has counseled and coached thousands of busy patients in her NYC office to change how they eat in order to look and feel their best. She has been featured by CNN, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Dr. Oz ShowCBS, Cosmo, Allure, Marie Claire, Real Simple, Fitness, Well + Good, Women’s Health and Shape.

“You can have a healthy life and still have a social life. You really shouldn’t have to change your lifestyle to fit your food plan; your food plan should fit your lifestyle. That’s something I believe—and it’s what I’ve spent my career helping people do.”

“At home, we have this gorgeous bathtub that no one’s ever used but me. And I take a bath every single night. I’m a medicinal bath freak. I add all kinds of things such as essential oils, and magnesium bath flakes, which are great for aches and pains. I take it every night before bed. It’s healthier than a cocktail (though I’m certainly not anti-cocktail) and prepares me for sleep. It’s my own time. No one bothers me. I love it.”

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