A popular Australian paleo blogger, Charlotte Carr, came under fire recently with the release of her paleo cookbook for new moms and kids, Bubba Yum Yum: The Paleo Way for New Mums, Babies and Toddlers, when critics claimed one of the key recipes was actually “potentially deadly for infants” because it contains “more than 10 times the safe maximum daily intake of vitamin A for babies.”Carr’s nutrition reputation was further shaken this week after it was revealed that she does voiceover work for fast food and junk food commercials on the side, for brands like KFC, Diet Coke, and Cadbury.
According to the Courier Mail, Carr’s agent, RMK Voices, confirmed that the nutritious lifestyle blogger was their client for seven years, and had most recently done a commercial for KFC chicken nuggets.
As Carr says on her upbeat website with supposedly kid-friendly paleo recipes, “My focus is on fresh and organic produce. No numbers, no additives. Just real food!”