She's a fitness expert and celebrity trainer internationally known for her Metamorphosis method, and now Tracy Anderson, along with longtime friend and client Gwyneth Paltrow, is taking on the role of television host for a new AOL On web series. Produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions, The Restart Project documents stories of women who have transformed their bodies (and their lives) in the face of severe challenge and adversity.
One of the biggest challenges of living in New York? Eating out without sacrificing your diet. Here, Anderson shares her top five restaurants for clean eating that doesn't skimp on flavor.
Tutto Il Giorno
"My favorite Sag Harbor spot for healthy, delicious Italian has come to Tribeca. They have an organic wine selection, and they even make my favorite rigatoni gluten-free." 114 Franklin St.
Mulberry & Vine
"Organic, health conscious, and delicious. I love this Tribeca eatery and their mantra of 'eat local, cook global.'" 73 Warren St., 212-791-6300
"A great mission, philosophy—and I think that they are really on to something with their preparation. The packaging is really great, too!" 78 5th Ave., 212-510-8919
"Totally organic, and with so many locations it's easy for anyone in NYC to fall into one of these cute spots. I love the airy feel and simply prepared dishes of seasonal veggies."
"This amazing spot has rolls made entirely of vegetables and uses unique and fresh ingredients. It is all beautifully prepared and wrapped with forbidden rice. Beyond is right!" 229 E. 14th St., 646-861-2889