How did she do it?
“The architecture of my plate has changed. I double up on greens - whether it's salad or vegetables - and my carbs are just a spoonful,” the queen of southern cooking said.
So she lost weight by significantly cutting back on processed carbs and eating real food. Imagine that.
She went on to say, "In the past, when I tried to go on a very strict, 1,000-calories-a-day diet, that would drive me insane."
Why? Because the key to long-term weight loss is not the 'calories in - calories out' formula, but rather, to eat the way your body was designed to be fed.
Deen, 65, plans to lose another fifteen pounds. "I have no desire to be skinny," she said. "I do have a desire to be healthy for my age."
For the love of butter, let's hope so.
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