Deen recently came forward revealing that she has diabetes.
Coincidentally at the same time of her new endorsement deal with a very reputable diabetic testing company.
Is this the financial reward for revealing that she has this terrible condition. Does Paula deserve the great acknowledgment for making the revelation after years of promoting butter and other fattening foods.
I don’t remember moderation ever discussed every week and now Paula has the price to pay for it.
What about all the overweight fans that have to rethink how they cook now that Paula has seen the light.
How many years of damage has Paula done to her body with those tasty recommendations?
Maybe a disclaimer or warning should have been put before each show.
How can Paula Deen be the new weight loss champion? Why should we listen to someone who was in denial for so many years while she preached questionable recipes.
Should Paula Deen have to take responsibility to her legion of supporters and fans?
It’s one thing to be a overweight person or celeb who suddenly loses weight and wants to help others.
It is quite another to totally ignore it and preach the great use of butter in ones food.
I woke up one morning overweight and diabetic. Does that make me a great spokesperson or hero for change.
I would like to hear Paula Deen apologize and admit that she was flat wrong.
Let Paula actually take responsibility for her own actions and any way that it might have negatively effected other peoples lives.
Why should we put this nice lady back on the air until she does.
Shouldn’t there be laws to protect us from bad advice? Or is it just pure entertainment at the cost of we, the overweight fans that watch her.
On a side note, I do like butter and think it does have a place in peoples diet. Just in moderation as everything else.
Paula, your a very nice person and fun to watch on the television. Just don’t preach what you knew was bad advice all these years and now expect me to applaud your admission.
I want good nutritional cooking advice from someone not making a profit from her own mistakes.
Oops, I forgot this is most of todays reality weight loss and cooking shows.