Paula Deen: Cooking Up a New Life With Diabetes

October 2012
Diabetes Health Professional;Oct/Nov2012, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p27
An interview with Paula Deen, a celebrity Southern chef and a diabetes spokesperson is presented. When asked about what her concerns were on being diagnosed with diabetes, she said that she was scared that her entire life was going to change. Deen says that diabetes management is all about moderation and one has to learn to eat everything, but within limits. She also comments on how she has changed some of her favorite recipes to accommodate her diabetes diet.


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