Model Rosanna Davison and controversy seem to have a mutual beneficial relationship as she seems to create the latter almost every time she writes a column or is interviewed and she is staying true to form with her recent newspaper column in which she recommends that gluten in food be avoided (Irish Times – August 25).
The gorgeous model beauty wrote in the Irish Independent that she thinks sourdough bread is easier on the digestive system and bases her statement of research which shows that “gluten is responsible for a large number of medical conditions from autism to schizophrenia to arthritis” (Irish Times – August 25).
If the average person made such comments they might be ignored and maybe be part of a social media conversation between two to four people. However, when the ex-Miss World winner who is a very popular entertainment personality in Ireland makes such a statement it likely creates fear within pastry store owners because there is a strong possibility that some women will consider following the lead of this beautiful model/entertainment personality.
She has over 90,000 social media Instagram followers, has completed a three year course in Naturopathic Nutrition and Human Biochemistry and will soon be releasing her book “Eat Yourself Beautiful” and as such the reality is she has the potential to influence a large number of women to not eat bread.
Rosanna Davison is used to igniting controversy with her comments as demonstrated by the response she received from the President of the Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICSMSA) after she recommended the public eliminate Dairy from their diet and to her credit she has done so once again.
A model/entertainment personality who has generated attention for her upcoming book and potentially a spot on a television or radio talk show, the beautiful Rosanna Davison.