Paula Deen‘s diet is awesome. Paula Deen’s diet is not great. Paula Deen’s diet is one of the worst diets in the world. Which of these statements about Paula Deen’s diet is true? Obviously, they cannot be all true, but I have heard a lot of opinions about Paula Deen’s diet, so we need to sort this out. In my opinion, Paula Deen’s diet is not the worst diet in the world, but it is far, far away from being awesome. Is Paula Deen fat? Why does it matter and what does it have to do with her eating habits?
Can her diet help you lose 15 pounds in 2 months? Can you lose 15 pounds in 2 weeks on her diet even if you do not use clenbuterol, which is a very smart thing to do, by the way, or any other dangerous diet tricks? Perhaps. But let’s get back to the connection between her eating habits and a speculation that she is fat and possibly obese. Well, she has diabetes. Why do you think she has diabetes? Bad luck? I do not think so. In my opinion, it has to do with her diet.
But do not take my world for it. After being diagnosed with diabetes, her diet has changed. How has it changed? It has changed for the better? Sweet tea is gone, which was a very hard thing to let go, not just for her – it is very hard to stop drinking sweet tea for anyone from the South. Another change is more steamed broccoli and okra. But if you think she is not going to eat another piece of cheesecake, think again. She says that even if you have diabetes, you can still eat cake, you just need to be mindful of how much cake you eat, which, if you think about it, is a smart thing to do in any circumstance, not just when you have diabetes. [source: People]