Not only did Food Network star Paula Deen lose 40 pounds after being diagnosed last year with Type 2 diabetes, she also encouraged her husband and two sons to join in her weight-loss program.People, the 66-year-old chef invited the magazine into her Savannah home to share how her family members adopted different weight-loss strategies and lost an astounding 178 pounds combined.
Southern chef Paula Deen, famous for her fried chicken and yummy desserts, decided it was time to get healthy -- and lost an impressive 36 pounds!
The Food Network star, who was diagnosed last year with Type 2 diabetes, shows off her slimmer figure on the February cover of Woman’s Day, talking about her diet tips.
The butter-loving cook also wanted to lose weight so she could enjoy her grandkids. "I want to be here for my grandchildren. I think about them every day. My daddy was dead at 40. My mother was dead at 44. And look -- I'm 65 and I'm still here! Go, 65!" she laughed. "Waking up every morning is very exciting for me, to see what the day is going to bring."
Chef Paula Deen is a changed woman. The Food Network star, who three years ago learned she had Type 2 diabetes, is eating right and slimming down.People about her food. "I'm more aware."
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