Lovable celebrity chef Paula Deen recently come forward to the media about being diagnosed with type-2 diabetes. Famous for her delicious southern comfort foods, she is a favorite among other Food Network stars and restaurant entrepreneurs.
A variety of news outlets, including Huffington Post, report that she was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes three years ago and has just now let the world in on the news. She tells the press that diabetes is not a death sentence and she is working toward recovery by eating everything in moderation.
“That’s a big trick for a little Southern girl. I calculated how much sugar I drank in empty calories, and it was staggering. I would start drinking tea at lunchtime and drank it all the way to bedtime,” Deen explained in an interview with USA Today.
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