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News Alert: Paula Deen – Comes Out of the Closet

Paula Deen, the 64 year-old celebrity chef known for her rich Southern diet, is about to come out of the closet and announce that she does, indeed, have type 2 diabetes, a condition that is known to result from unhealthy eating and obesity.

Paula will be sporting a fat-cat hat, as she finalizes a multimillion dollar deal as spokeswoman with one of the big pharmas, Novartis, to endorse their diabetes drug.

Will Paula turn in her Bundt pan for a juicer?

Will she continue to serve up platters full of fried foods dripping in heavy cream, butter and cheese?  Will she continue to push her mac and cheese, deep-fried Twinkies with a side of drugs?

Diabetes is a serious condition. For the full Skinny, visit American Diabetes.

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Spread the word … NOT the icing,

Janice

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  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Isle

    I read often and have appreciated many things shared and learned. But i do have to take a moment to point out that the sole cause of type 2 diabeties is not just obesity & a side of twinkies as youve stated. There is no question that unhealthy habits and lifestyle are a hugh part of the growing problem in western society, diet plays a massive part in our health period. But there ARE ppl who develope type 2 thru no part of gluttoney inactivity and ignorance. Your comments add to the judgement of these ppl. 3 members of my family have developed type2, all vegan, active and educated in what equates healthy day to day living. As much as i agree with what you share sometimes, your assumptions even prejudice is evident in todays article.

    • http://www.ourladyofweightloss.com Janice Taylor, Editor

      You make a good point. My mother has type 2 diabetes, due to no fault of her own. She’s close to 96 and these things happen. My ‘surprise’ was more about Paula partnering with a pharmaceutical company. And I wondered how that sat with y’all… Thanks for writing and please keep on reading and leaving comments. I love hearing from you and want to know what you think!!! ~ Janice

  • http://is.gd/1xoaakuou Angie Duey

    That is extremely insightful. It gave me some suggestions and I’ll be placing them on my website soon. I’m bookmarking your blog site and I’ll be back. Many thanks once more!

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