Okay...I'll be the first to say it....Paula Dean.

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When I first heard she had a diabetes diagnosis I thought..Alright!!here's someone who can really tackle the menu and create some super dishes that are good for diabetics! Then they said she's had this for 3 YEARS...of continuing to promote the kind of food that got us here... don't you feel kind of hurt? I do.

Nanny
Posted about 8 years ago
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She was probably shocked and had to come around herself. I don't blame her for keeping it to herself. People always blow things out of proportion. I guess she was afraid she would loose her career. Maybe she will start cleaning up her menus and removing some of the butter and cream cheese.
Posted about 8 years ago
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It certainly got a lot of people talking about type 2 diabetes and diet, didn't it ??? LOL...... I was disappointed in how she handled it myself and it seemed to create quite a lot of controversy. Personally, with the obesity epidemic today, I think it would be more responsible to present more of a variety of foods, focus more on veggies and not have so many fat laden foods. The other way is just promoting a lifestyle that is not helping Americans live longer or healthier.
Posted about 8 years ago