Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain was recently on ABC's Good Morning America.
While there, he blasted Paula Deen yet again for continuing to cook fatty foods while hiding her diabetes.
He doesn't think she's necessarily a bad person, he thinks "there's a lot to admire about Paula Deen and her life."
But the fact that she is now the spokeswoman for the diabetes drug Victoza has him upset. He said:
"I find that in excruciatingly bad taste. It's unconscionable, cynical and greedy. Thirty million dollars a year. How much money do you need?"
It's good that he's speaking up because even though it's sad she has diabetes, she hasn't even owned up to the fact that her brand is based around "excess without guilt."
That means she could have led many of her fans down the same path as her and she's not even sorry about it.
Remember, it's okay to treat yourself once in a while, but if you never think about your health, it may slip away before you even notice.
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