Dr. Oz: Paula Deen Weight Loss
Paula said that when she was told she was a Type II diabetic, she thought the doctor was wrong because she had no family history. So she didn’t do anything and kept living her life. Six months later, she went to the doctor again and it sunk in that she was diabetic. That day, she threw out all the white bread, white rice, white potatoes, and white pasta. She cut all these things out for four months and lost the 35 pounds.
Dr. Oz: Paula Deen Health
Now, she’s brought everything back to her kitchen, but she’s trying to focus on moderation. She said we should have just one cookie, not six. “If you blow it, you can start over again tomorrow,” she said.
Paula Deen said both her parents died in their 40s. Paula said she also suffered from agoraphobia for 20 years, which is a very surprising admission considering what an extrovert she is today.
Dr. Oz: Paula Deen Game
Paula Deen has a new game app out there called Paula Deen’s Recipe Quest. Paula said she loves playing games and she’s very excited about her new game. In the game, you can win real life prizes. If you pass the first 40 levels, you get your name entered to win the grand prize, which is the chance to appear on the Paula Deen Network and meet Paula Deen.
Dr. Oz: Paula Deen Success
Paula Deen said she feels amazed by her success over her career. She said she’s been working for years and one day she looked up and realized all that she’s accomplished. She said her life was a “true American Dream story.”
“When my day is up here on Earth and y’all hear the name Paula Deen, I do not want the first word to come to your mind to be butter. I do not want that,” she joked. “Maybe the second word. But the first word I want y’all to associate with me is hope, because I hope to bring you hope.