Eating Your Way to Type 2 Diabetes–Lessons Learned from Paula Deen

Posted on January 18, 2012 | by

Sorry to say but there is a definite connection between calorie-laden diets high in the “deadly triangle” salt, fat and sugar and the development of overweight and obesity and the associated epidemic of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Sadly, these are ingredients that truly define Paula Dean’s style of cooking. There is a reason that the American Heart Association blacklists these foods–saturated and trans fats, sodium and “added sugars” as to be perfectly frank–a diet such as this causes disease. In fact, most people with diabetes will die of heart disease. So now is the time for Paula to start eating heart-healthy.

Here are some hints for Paula to learn to start “cookin lean with  Paula Dean.”
http://www.cookinlean.com/2011/03/livin-lean-topic-tuesday-author-janet.html

And then there is Toby Smithson’s incredible Diabetes Everyday Site for healthy eating:

http://diabeteseveryday.com/dr-janets-eggplant-lasagna/

Eat Healthy. Exercise. Live Better!


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